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Cathal O'Kane

Sports Physiotherapist

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Cathal O'Kane is a specialist musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist with over 10 years postgraduate experience. He graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2010 with an honours degree in physiotherapy. Cathal continued his studies achieving a postgraduate diploma in Advancing Practice in musculoskeletal health.

Post-graduation he spent over 4 years gaining experience in musculoskeletal out patients, trauma and orthopaedics and paediatrics in the Belfast Trust, progressing to become a specialist musculoskeletal and orthopaedic physiotherapist. He has continued to practice in musculoskeletal health with extensive experience in private practice and the NHS across the UK and Ireland. 

Cathal has a keen interest in sports medicine and is the current physiotherapist for Queens University’s NIFL Championship 1 team and the UUJ Sigerson Cup squad. Previously he has worked with the Scottish FA and Celtic FC, travelling to world and European championships with the Cerebral Palsy A squad and developing insight into the rehabilitation of elite athletes.

Practicing At

Kingsbridge Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic at Queen's PEC

Personal profile

Cathal is a current member of the St Galls GAA senior panel. He has previously played football in NIFL Championship 1+2 for Bangor FC and Newington FC. He also enjoys playing golf and spending time in his native Donegal.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy @ Glasgow Caledonian University 2010

Additional Training

PGd Advancing Practice in musculoskeletal health Glasgow Caledonian University

Professional bodies (Positions held in last 3 years)

Publications

Treatments and areas of interest

  • Orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Low back pain
  • Return to play planning.

Kingsbridge at Queen's PEC
Stranmillis Gardens, Belfast, BT9 5EX

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