BSc (Physiotherapy), MISCP
Conor graduated from UCD in 2012 and has since been gaining experience in neurological, musculoskeletal and cancer physiotherapy. He in an enthusiast of all sports who has played rugby all his life and has represented Ireland in Rugby League at the student and senior level.
After graduating he trained in Lymphoedema Therapy in Belfast and performed locum work in the city. He volunteered at cancer and palliative care centres in his free time.
For the following two years Conor worked in Cope Foundation in Cork providing physiotherapy services to children and adults with neurological disabilities including cerebral palsy, autism, acquired brain injury and multiple other diagnoses. During this time he was team physiotherapist to the Sunday’s Well RFC.
In 2015 Conor moved back to Belfast where he began working in a busy private clinic in the city. He was also the team physiotherapist and strength and conditioning coach for Malone RFC. Conor gained valuable experience treating a wide range of patients, from sedentary office workers with low back pain and pelvic immobility to post-surgical rehabilitation and athletes from various sports from elite to recreational levels. His expertise in dry needling is just one of the treatment techniques he uses to great effect with his patients.
Conor returned to Dublin and is currently studying for his Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Trinity College Dublin.