Rob graduated as a physiotherapist with an honours degree from Ulster University and he also holds a Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Ulster University. Rob has also previously studied physiology and health science at IT Carlow and holds a qualification in personal training.
Rob is currently also working with the Elite Men’s and Women’s Irish National Boxing Team where he works with some of Ireland’s most successful high-performance athletes including: Olympic, World, European & Commonwealth champions. He regularly travels to international boxing tournaments and training camps as the Team Ireland physiotherapist. Robert splits his time between working in West Coast Physio Ireland and working in the boxing high-performance unit at the Irish Institute of Sport.
Rob has previously worked as an outpatient physiotherapist for the NHS where he worked with a variety of patients ranging from acute injuries to chronic pain patients. Rob has also worked as a sports physiotherapist across a range of sports at national, provincial, county and club level. Including Tyrone, Derry and London GAA, Ulster Rugby, Northern Ireland Netball, Ulster Boxing and many more.
Rob has experience treating a variety of patients with a range of needs, and he has an innate passion for helping people to reach their goals no matter how big or small they may be. Rob uses an evidence-based practice approach to address his patient’s individual needs and to ensure that each one of his patients are provided with the best possible care, so that they can return to doing the things that they love.
In his spare time Rob keeps healthy and active with Jiu jitsu training, as well surfing and sea swimming.
over 30 years of combined experience