About Physio Performance
Mick Fanning at Physio Performance takes a unique approach to physiotherapy treatment. He prides himself on going beyond the basics and your symptoms.With his expert manual therapy and rehabilitation techniques he will thoroughly address all aspects of your recovery.Mick feels with education and self management plans,he can help you achieve your goals efficiently and effectively.
He believes that by taking a little extra time to help you understand your injury, he will ensure we don’t simply treat your symptoms but help to cure your injury and prevent future recurrence.Ultimately allowing you to perform in your daily life without any problems.
The Monasterboice native graduated from Keele University in the UK a BSc in Physiotherapy. Here he gained valuable experience in all aspects of physiotherapy ranging from musculoskeletal inpatients and outpatients, neurological rehabilitation, care of the elderly, respiratory care and sports injuries within the NHS.
Upon returning home, Mick entered into the private and sports injury industry, where his true passion lies. He has been involved with local GAA, soccer and rugby clubs throughout the county. He has been the Louth minor and U21 physio and has also worked at the prestigious international underage soccer tournament the MILK Cup.
To further develop his skills he gained international experience with a year spent in Australia and the USA. With these countries to the forefront with research and development it allowed Mick to hone his skills particularly in the area of the knee, ankle, hamstring and lower back injuries.
He recently completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in UCD. This really enhanced his clinical skills and brought him up-to-date with all the latest research. Ultimately allowing him to practice an elite international level.
Outside of physiotherapy Mick is an accomplished athlete. He has represented Louth GAA at all ages and has established himself a permanent fixture on the Louth senior football team for the past 7 years. He appreciates the difficulties encountered by patients presenting with injuries. Mick believes he can draw on his own experiences as an athlete and his own experience of injury to both prevent and treat these types of injuries.