Patrick graduated with his Masters in Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh in 2013. Prior to this he attended Dublin City University, where he achieved his BSc in Athletic Therapy and Training.
Patrick has gained extensive experience working with both professional and recreational athletes, across the US, Scotland, Canada and Ireland. Patrick completed an internship at the University of Pittsburgh in 2010, before going on to do his physiotherapy masters. Upon graduating as a physiotherapist, Patrick spent two years working in a sports injury clinic in Edinburgh, before moving to Canada where he spent four years working as a registered physiotherapist gaining a wide variety of clinical experience.
Patrick has been working in Dublin for the past four years within the private practice setting. Patrick’s area of expertise is focused on musculoskeletal physiotherapy, and he has a keen interest in treating sports related injuries.
Patrick is passionate about continuing education development, and continues to pursue training in manual therapy, dry needling and biomechanical assessment. Most recently Patrick has become a functional golf specialist, as well as an expert in running and GAIT analysis.
Apart from his love of being a physiotherapist, Patrick is a keen golfer and sports fanatic.