David Murphy, Chartered Physiotherapist
Qualifications & Education
David completed his degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Essex in 2010. He also has a BSc. degree in Sport Science and Health from DCU. David is currently studying part-time at UCD for a masters degree in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy (pending 2018). This course is an internationally recognised qualification (IFOMPT) which demonstrates excellence in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has developed specialist skills for the management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, using advanced clinical reasoning, specific hands-on treatment techniques and therapeutic exercises. David combines these skills with the latest available scientific evidence and the needs of each individual client. David is also a qualified pilates instructor (APPI) and has attended numerous courses by world-leading specialists in the areas of shoulder pain, chronic low back pain, and manual therapy.
David worked for a number of years in the NHS in the UK and gained extensive experience in the core specialities of physiotherapy including orthopaedics, respiratory, and neurology. Before returning to Ireland, he specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, and was employed as a senior physiotherapist in the NHS in London.
David’s special interests are low back pain, neck and shoulder pain, chronic/ persistent pain, sports injuries, and tendinopathy. David has a keen interest in sports, particularly martial arts, learning Spanish, and keeping fit. He has a black belt in Judo and has competed at national level for Ireland, and currently also enjoys Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.
- Manual Therapy
- Sports Injuries
- Back pain
- Neck pain