Mike finds importance in listening to people and their issues, while considering their lifestyle, to create a pathway to recovery that fits their daily life. From a sporting background, Mike gained an understanding of the rehab process first-hand, which gave him a passion to help others in the same position.
Mike graduated from the Bsc Physiotherapy program in UL in 2020. He has gained valuable experience in several areas including ICU, surgical respiratory physiotherapy, neurorehabilitation and patients with dementia while working out of the Mercy University Hospital, and musculoskeletal injuries while in private practice.
Mike has worked in private practice for most of his career, while also gaining experience working with GAA and rugby teams across the county. He has a keen interest in sports performance and injuries of all kinds, including patients dealing with persistent pain, neck and back issues and surgical rehab, pre and post-op. Mike likes to implement a blended approach of hands-on, including dry-needling and shockwave, and home exercise prescription, working with patients to help them to fit it all into their routine.
Mike thrives to deliver the best care possible, by considering all factors that may be contributing to a person’s pain or injury, working together to improve their quality of life, return to the activities they love or back to feeling well again.