Conor O'Mullane MSc BSc MBS MISCPadmin
Conor O’Mullane qualified with an MSc Physiotherapy degree from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. Conor is a current member of CORU, the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP), The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists UK (CSP) and is registered with the Health care professions council (HCPC). Before joining us here in Ballineen, Conor has worked in various hospital settings across the UK, but most recently in a primary care setting in Liverpool, with a focus on Musculoskeletal injuries. Prior to this Conor worked in the Bons Secours Hospital in Cork. During this time he worked across Respiratory, Orthopaedics, Oncology and Neuro-mobility departments. The majority of his time was spent in orthopaedics however, where his work focused on pre- operative and post- operative rehab for many conditions including total knee replacements, total hip replacements, hip and knee arthroscopies, spinal, shoulder, foot and ankle surgeries.
Conor has also worked with various sports teams, including Mackie Academy RFC in Stonehaven, UCC Soccer and many GAA teams in the Cork area. Conor also works in the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) Medical Centre, providing physiotherapy services to all students and sports club members. Conor is keen to continue his development and has completed further post graduate training including Acupuncture & Dry Needling, National Sports First Aid, MOVE practitioner training and sports taping.
Conor has completed his National Certificate in Strength and Conditioning (NCSC). The NCSC is an internationally recognised qualification in Strength & Conditioning for qualified Sports Exercise and health professionals. It is internationally accredited by The National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and The American Council on Exercise (ACE).
Conor recently completed his qualification in Musculokeletal Injection Therapy in the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland. This course provides advanced clinical reasoning in relation to the rationale for and evaluation of injection therapy in the management of musculoskeletal conditions. It focuses on the latest research for the use of injection therapy as a singular or adjunctive therapy.