Quality private physiotherapy is provided for patients at this clinic in Monksland Business Park, Athlone in Ireland. Keith Fox one of the physiotherapists is a specialist at sports injury rehabilitation and has experience of working with football clubs in the U.K. The other physiotherapist Helen Taylor has the experience of working in a teaching hospital and is an expert at post orthopaedic care and treating musculoskeletal disorders. The clinic provides patients with an individualized exercise program combined with manual therapy, acupuncture and electrotherapy customized for the needs of each patient.
Keith qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2000 from Liverpool University with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy. He gained a post graduate diploma in Sports Injury and Management in 2003 from Manchester Metropolitan University. Keith spent six years working in England where he worked with Crewe Alexandra Football Club and more recently Coventry City Football Club. He has also worked with continental professional cycling teams in Belgium and France. Since returning to Ireland in January 2006 he has been working with St Bridgits Gaelic Football Team and Garrycastle Gaelic Football team.
David qualified with an honours degree in physiotherapy from University College Dublin in 2003. After 3 years working in the HSE, he joined Action Physio in June 2006. Since then he has worked mainly in the area of musculoskeletal and sports injuries and has attained further qualifications in maual therapy and dry needling. Aside from his time at the clinic, David currently works as a senior physiotherapist with the Connacht rugby squad, the Galway senior football team and the Ireland U-18 rugby squad.
Helen is a fully licensed and practicing chartered physiotherapist. She is one of the co-founding partners of Action Physio. Prior to founding Action Physio, Helen worked in the UK at a specialist orthopaedic teaching hospital where she gained valuable experience in post-operative orthopaedic care and general musculoskeletal disorders. Since co-founding Action Physio in 2006 Helen has worked within the clinic and with local sporting teams and gained a post-graduate diploma in Science of Sports Injury. She is currently working towards completion of her Masters. Besides extensive orthopaedic and musculoskeletal experience, she has recently retrained in womens health to included incontinence treatment and ante-natal and post-natal care. Her other interests include Pilates and acupuncture.