John has vast experience in sports physiotherapy and injury rehabilitation. At Next Level Physiotherapy we will confidently return you to your chosen activity, whether it’s walking 10km, getting back on the pitch for the next game or completing a marathon. John will provide you with a clear path and timeline to recovery. He’ll also give you the tools to help manage your injury in the future, so it doesn’t reoccur again. We have a very high success rates in the clinic when it comes to getting people back to sport pain free. See our testimonials page for more information on this.
John has years of experience rehabilitating elite athletes back to high-level sport following injuries. This has commonly included: stress fractures, muscle strains, joint pain, tendinopathies, ACL reconstructions, and rotator cuff repairs, to name a few. Read more about Post Surgery Physiotherapy if you are after having a surgical procedure.
When you should seek sports physio
It’s normal to push our bodies to the limit in sport, but sometimes this can result in an injury. However, this is nothing to be alarmed about. With the right advice, education, rehab and guidance, you can be back to your sport in no time. Sometimes, returning to the previous level of exercise too soon can flare up an injury and add to recovery time. When you become injured, it’s essential to listen to your body and seek out a Physiotherapist, in the early stages, for the right advice, exercises and treatment to get you back on track. Injuries in sport need not be a major obstacle and prevent you from playing or running for long periods. Physiotherapists are extremely knowledgeable and skilled in this area and will guide you on the right road to recovery, ensuring that injuries do not reoccur again in the future.
At Next Level Physiotherapy setting goals with you is essential, this will make the rehab process more efficient and effective. There are a range of treatments that are available for treating sports injuries see the treatment page for more information. In the later stages of the rehab John will focus on sport-specific rehab and drills. Thus ensuring that the patient is back to 100%, experiencing no pain and feeling confident in completing any tasks or demands that the sport requires. Get in touch via our contact form, or call or text on 087 184 9464.
Sports massage can be useful before or after strenuous exercise. They’re great for assisting in preventing injuries and aiding recovery. Learn more about what a sports massage could do for you. To book a sports massage fill in our contact form, book online or call or text us on 087 184 9464.
Injury Prevention Talk
John has always had a great passion for injury prevention. His philosophy is that you should take care of your body and be proactive rather than reactive. Not only will it save you money and time away from your sport, but it will also help you excel to reach the next level. John has developed an injury prevention course for GAA players by reviewing the latest and highest quality research* available. He has created an efficient and effective exercise regime that can be easily incorporated into an individual’s training programme. Thereby significantly reducing the frequency of the most common injuries sustained in GAA. John plans on delivering this course to all the major sports played in Ireland over the next few years. If you would like more information on this course then please visit our Sports Injury Prevention Course page.
*When creating the injury prevention course John has liaised with the GAA. He gained access to research that was completed by the injury surveillance database team that recorded injuries to inter-county GAA players from 2007-2014. In the future, Next Level Physiotherapy will also be providing injury prevention programmes for soccer and rugby teams.
Book your Sports Physiotherapy appointment today
Whether you’re looking for injury-specific rehab or sports conditioning, our range of expertise in sports physiotherapy will make sure you achieve your goals. Contact us on 087 184 9464 or click the button below.