Niall Barry is a Chartered Physiotherapist who graduated from Brunel University in 2003 before gaining valuable experience working with a wide variety of clients and conditions in busy city centre hospitals and private practices in London, Lancashire and Dublin prior to establishing Dynamic Physiotherapy in 2009.
With a huge enthusiasm for sports, and having played to senior inter-county GAA level, Niall works within a number of different sports with athletes at junior, amateur and professional level including Leinster and Irish Rugby, Inter-county GAA football and hurling, Irish Colleges Rugby and Irish Cricket. He is currently the senior physiotherapist for Clontarf Rugby and part of the medical team for the successful Dublin GAA football squad.
He also holds an Honours degree in Sports Rehabilitation & Sports Science and is currently completing his Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Trinity College Dublin.
He specialises in sports and work place injuries. These include musculoskeletal sprains and strains from sport and repetitive strain, back and neck pain and injuries precipitated by the demands of prolonged sitting in a poor ergonomic position or posture.
Images below from the Hanvover Medical Centre which is where the docklands clinic is based.
Nicholas Lalor is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy UK.
He graduated from St. George’s University of London in 2006 with an honours degree in Physiotherapy. Following graduation he began working as a physiotherapist in the area of Early Services for children with physical and intellectual disability. Also in 2006 he began working in private practice and with Tullamore Rugby Club where he remained for four seasons.
Nicholas is currently the Head Physiotherapist for the very successful Irish Under 20s Rugby squad.
In 2007 Nicholas completed a Certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy at Curtin University of Western Australia and completed a Master’s Degree in Sports Physiotherapy at The University of Queensland, Brisbane in 2011.
In 2005 Nicholas has been working in sports and has worked at the Charlton Athletic Academy, the 2007 Western Australia Ironman, The Brisbane Lions and with the Leinster Rugby U19s. In addition he has worked in other sports such as Golf, Hurling, Camogie, Gaelic Football, Cycling, Cricket, MMA and Motorsports.
An enthusiastic sports person Nicholas played soccer at underage level for Cork City and Dublin City. He has won Senior, Intermediate and Junior hurling championships and has hurled for the London Seniors and Offaly Intermediates. In 2015 he successfully completed Ironman France.