Niall Barry MISCP
Niall 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 rehabilitation of 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.
Foster Horan MISCP
Foster is a Chartered Physiotherapist. He graduated from University College Dublin with a Masters in Physiotherapy. He also has an undergraduate degree in Sport Science and Health from Dublin College University.
During his time in University Foster gained a vast amount of experience working in areas such as neurology, orthopaedics, cardiorespiratory and private clinic. He also worked with the IRFU Mens and Women’s 7s teams, the Irish Women Senior team and the Ireland U20s. Additionally, Foster covered an internship in Sport Ireland working with Ireland’s Olympians to prepare for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Foster specialises in blending hands on therapy and individually designed rehabilitation programmes to ensure optimal recovery.
In the past 8 years, Foster has gained valuable experience in a high performance environment as a professional rugby player. He has played at different clubs such as Leinster, London Irish and the Ireland men’s 7s team where he played in the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games.