Dr. Natalia Bratu
Dr. Natalia Bratu has been practising in the medical field for almost 20 years. Natalia graduated as a General Practitioner in 1998. She earned her Dermatology Diploma from University College Dublin in 2009, and completed her Masters in Sport Science & Exercise in University College of Cork in 2012. From 2008 to present, she has served as FAI Medical Staff Doctor for the Republic of Ireland’s International Women’s Soccer teams. She is also a medical team doctor with Bray Wanders FC. Her main interests are in sport medicine, dermatology, women’s health and family planning
Dr. Natalia Bratu graduated since 1998 and has been practising in the medical field for over 20 years. Her main interests are in Women and Mens Health, Family Planning, Sports Medicine and Dermatology. Natalia is fluent in English, Romanian, Russian, Italian, French and counts among her hobbies , sailing, cycling, pilates, gym exercise, mountain walking with her daughter, and volunteer work for Special Olympics Ireland
She also has the following qualifications – Diploma in Medical Management of Sports Injuries, Institute of Sports Medicine, Bucharest, Romania 2004. She earned her Dermatology Diploma from University College Dublin in 2009 and completed her Masters in Sport Science & Exercise in University College of Cork in 2018.
2017 January to present – GP here in Carysfort Clinic
2017 March to present – Medical Team Doctor for home games with Bray Wanderers FC
2012 to present – Dermatology & Aesthetic Specialist and Owner of Refine Clinic, 34 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin 2
2008 to present – FAI Medical Staff Doctor for the Republic of Ireland’s International Women’s Soccer teams.
2008 – 2013 – GP AT Scholarstown Family Practice, Scholarstown, Dublin 16
2003 – 2006 Medical team Doctor of the Romanian Handball Federation with responsibility for the medical and dietary preparation of Romania Women’s International Handball Teams – including attending the European Championships in Stockholm, Sweden, during August 2005 (silver medal) and the World Championships in Montreal, Canada, during August 2006 (silver medal).
2001 – 2002 Medical Doctor – Medical team Doctor of Moldovian Football Federation 2001 – 2002 Responsibility for the medical injury and dietary preparation of Moldova Women’s Senior International Team – including attending the FIFA World Cup qualifying Group matches
Dr Natalia Bratu