Glauber Barduzzi, Chartered Physiotherapist
Qualifications & Education
Glauber is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists) and of the Brazilian Physiotherapy Association crefito-3.
He obtained his BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree at University Paulista-UNIP, Assis-Brazil. In September 2015, he completed his Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy Studies with a focus in sports rehabilitation through University College Dublin to further his skills and knowledge in this area.
Since qualifying he has worked in a number of places both in Brazil and Ireland. His main area of interest is in sports/musculoskeletal conditions having gained extensive experience in these areas during his time working in a sports injury clinic and with a soccer team in Brazil.
Glauber was recently assigned head Physiotherapist of the soccer team Bray Wonderers and he will be working with the first team in the 2016 SSE Airtricity Premier Division. Glauber is responsible for the development the clubs Physiotherapy department, and he works with injury prevention strategies, injury rehabilitation and he follows a series of return to play protocols to safely return players to training and competition after injuries.
Glauber also has experience in a wide variety of conditions with a special interest in degenerative conditions such as arthritis. He has published a recent study in knee osteoarthritis. Glauber has great interest in tendinopathies and as part of his Msc he investigated the prevalence and severity of Achilles tendon injuries among Premier and First Division soccer players in Ireland. He is committed to CPD and evidence based practice and has completed a number of postgraduate courses such as Mulligan technique, Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and Kinesio Taping. Glauber is also qualified and certified to perform Dry Needling.
Glauber Barduzzi is one of the Physiotherapist with Football Association of Ireland since January 2017. Glauber has travelled in camps and competition across Europe with Republic of Ireland under age teams, he was involved in the campaign of the U17's in the UEFA U-17 European Championship in which Ireland finished 5th. Recently, Glauber is working as a Physiotherapist with the Senior Irish team working in friendly games against Celtic in Scotland and France in Paris.
Glauber played professional soccer in Brazil in the Paulistão championship for four years which has helped him to better understand the pitch injuries mechanism and the rehabilitation process with athletes. He is a big sports fan and still enjoys playing soccer here in Ireland.
- Sports Injuries
- Dry Needling
- Kinesio Taping
- Manual Therapy