Conor McElroy

Conor graduated from the University of Teesside in 2007 with a Bsc. Honours degree in Physiotherapy.

A broad range of experience working in sports Physiotherapy was underpinned with a strong foundation of core rotations working in Major hospitals of the National Health Service in Northern Ireland followed by several years working in private practice in Australia.          

Conor has continued to develop his Physiotherapy skills through the study of dry needling, chronic pain management and his practice includes a strong use of his Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute training to implement exercise therapy effectively, in particular, relating to sports injuries and spinal conditions.  

Many years of working with Athletes of all ages includes senior club and county GAA teams, International Adolescent soccer in Northern Ireland, tag rugby and endurance sports including Triathlon, mountain running and adventure racing.

Conor's vast sporting experience takes in a lifelong involvement with Gaelic Games at all levels, competing as an adult in mountain running and surf sports, and, most recently cycling 4000km unsupported across South America in 2016.