Mark Kenneally (Owner and Lead Physiotherapist)
Albert Nagel (Owner and Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach)
Lee Van Haeften (Physiotherapist and Coordinator of the Older Adults Exercise Programme)
Ciara McCallion (Physiotherapist)
Ciara graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2010 and completed a Masters in Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2012. She has worked in private practice and elite sport since then.
Ciara is a CPSEM Level 3 Accredited Sports Physiotherapist and currently works with the Sport Ireland Institute and Athletics Ireland as well as in the clinic. She has worked at various international events at World and European level in a variety of sports including swimming, hockey, modern pentathlon and athletics. Most recently Ciara was a member of the Team Ireland staff at the Pre Games Holding Camp for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in Japan and was recently announced as the Head of Performance Support for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
As a former international athlete Ciara has extensive knowledge about training and injury management, and strives to combine practical experience with evidence based practice in her work. She has published in the area of running biomechanics, and has particular interest in sports injury epidemiology, hamstring strain injury, tendinopathy, running-related injuries and concussion.
Ciara also has extensive experience in treating non-sports-related musculoskeletal injuries through her private practice work to date and prides herself in providing world class assessment and rehabilitation to everyone she works with. Ciara takes appointments for any musculoskeletal condition including sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation, and for injury reduction programmes.
Chris Fagan (Physiotherapist and Facilitator of the Clinic’s Rehabilitation Programme)
Chris, is a CORU registered chartered Physiotherapist having completed his BSc at University College Dublin.
Since qualifying, Chris has been driven to provide a high quality patient centred service to all that attend. His experience working within the acute hospital setting, primary care, private practice and sporting environments has provided him with valuable experience and learning opportunities which have all influenced his approach to patient care. Chris is a firm believer in the power of self management and empowering patients to take an active role in their rehabilitation through working collaboratively with himself and other members of the team to improve outcomes.
Having spent 15 years involved with soccer as a player at a professional level both in Ireland and the UK, Chris also has a keen interest in sports rehabilitation and in particular the return to play process and how that differs among various sporting codes.
Chris has represented Ireland at underage level up to u21. He was also part of a ST. Patricks Ath. team during one of the most successful periods in the club’s history winning the Airtricity league in 2013, FAI Cup 2014, EA Sports Cup 2015 & 2016, Presidents Cup 2014 and the Leinster Senior Cup 2014. In 2014, Chris was also the league’s golden boot winner and was voted by his peers as the PFAI Player of the Year, 2014.
Since retiring from playing, Chris has worked with various sports clubs which have included Maynooth University Soccer, Celbridge Senior Hurling, Wanderers Rugby RFC along with ST. Patricks Ath under 19s team during their UEFA Youth League campaign.
Along with standard MSK consultations, Chris currently coordinates a rehabilitation programme at the clinic which offers twice weekly physio led sessions to patients all at various stages in their recovery journey.
Shane Fagan (Physiotherapist)
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