BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and Athletic Therapy and Training
Special Interests - Sports injuries and return to play, injury prevention, postoperative rehabilitation, aged care, lower limb injuries.
Greg graduated from Dublin City University in Ireland in 2013 with a degree in Athletic Therapy and Training. He then went on to study Physiotherapy in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, graduating in 2016. From graduation, he worked in Sports Surgery Clinic, an internationally recognized centre for the treatment of sports related injuries, Orthopaedic issues, and biomechanical research.
From there, he completed an initial musculoskeletal internship after which he worked in the area of inpatient Othropaedics and follow up outpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapy.Greg then spent time working in a busy private practice where he provided musculoskeletal physiotherapy and rehabilitation in a local nursing home, as well as instructed weekly aged care Pilates mat-work and circuit classes.
Greg has also gained training in APPI mat-work Pilates and Dry Needling Therapy to the extremities. He uses both regularly in his treatment of various conditions. Greg feels passionatley about combining patient education, physiotherapy treatment and appropriate patient centred exercise prescription in order to help recovery. This collective method allows the patient to take charge of their rehabilitaion and gives them the tools to optimise their health going forward.
Greg is interested in most sports, balancing his free time playing Gaelic Football, golf (4 handicap), and surfing. He also enjoys hiking and travelling as much as he can.
Greg's Hours: Newmarket
Monday: 2pm - 8pm
Tues: 7am - 12.30pm
Wed: 7am - 12.30pm
Thurs: 2.30pm - 8pm
Fri: 7am - 4pm
Sat: 9am - 1pm (alternating)