Conor graduated in 2002 with a Sports Rehabilitation degree from St Mary’s University, London. He worked for two years as a personal trainer and fitness instructor, as well as with St Mary’s University Rugby squad. In 2004, he studied Physiotherapy at the University of London. Following this, he worked across a number of disciplines, including trauma orthopedics and neuro rehab. Conor subsequently completed post-grad courses in the treatment and management of chronic pain and low back pain. During this time he returned to the University of London to lecture on the under-graduate physiotherapy course. Until recently, Conor worked at Nuffield Sports Injury Clinic, Canary Wharf, London, where he treated national and international athletes from a range of sporting backgrounds, including distance running, cycling, and triathlon.
Conor’s specialist areas: physiotherapy, running assessment, myofascial and connective tissue release techniques, functional rehabilitation and athletic screening.
“Conor was great to deal with, and with the help of his treatment and exercises, my shoulder and upper back are now pain-free and completely mobile again.”
Ann, Dublin 3 (Ad Agency worker)
“Conor has an incredibly holistic, logical and systematic approach. Through his treatment I no longer experience knee pain. Not only that, but as an active agent in my own recovery, I now have the tools to manage pain and tightness if they arise.”
Kate, Dublin 3 (20s, teacher, now back running 10km)