Patrick is an experienced clinical and sports physiotherapist having graduated from the University of Bradford in 2012. Since then, he has gained experience working pitch side with professional athletes in rugby and Gaelic football in the UK and Ireland. His clinical experience includes working with a wide range of orthopedic and neurological patients. He has extensive training and specialisation in concussion treatment, dizziness, vertigo, and vestibular rehabilitation.
Patrick completed his MSc in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of British Columbia in 2020 where he undertook research examining the influence of exercise on functional brain measures in concussion. He has presented and attended national and international conferences in concussion and holds certifications in advanced vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management and treatment.
Patrick follows a holistic approach to treatment with a focus involving a biopsychosocial approach to improve outcomes and safely return patients and athletes to their chosen activity or sport. He incorporates a variety of therapeutic interventions such as manual therapy, intramuscular stimulation (dry needling), and exercise prescription. Patrick is a strong proponent of patient education and believes in empowering patients through effective communication.
Patrick is very active in his spare time and plays rugby and Gaelic football competitively, as well as enjoying running, weight lifting and playing his guitar.
BSc Hons PT, MRSc, Concussion & Vestibular Specialist, Sports Therapist