Eoghan O'Sullivan, Chartered Physiotherapist
Qualifications & Education
Eoghan is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Eoghan completed his BSc in Physiotherapy in University College Dublin. He then completed an MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine in Trinity College Dublin, where he was awarded the clinical prize for best performance in the clinical exams. The MSc paved the way for him to get involved with elite sport where he has worked with both the IRFU and FAI underage setups.
Eoghan is experienced in treating musculoskeletal pain particularly low back, neck and shoulder pain.
Eoghan has treated athletes competing on the international stage in rugby, soccer, triathlon, boxing and Taekwondo. He is the Head Physiotherapist for Coolmine RFC. He attends all training sessions and match day fixtures for the top two teams in the club. He is Education Officer with the Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine, where he helps organise and coordinate courses for the professional development of sports physiotherapists.
Eoghan approaches any issue with an holistic approach; he tailors treatment to focus on patient’s goals to maximise patient motivation and outcomes.
- Exercise Therapy
- Sports Injuries
- Strength & Conditioning