Damien Fennelly – MSC BSc MISCP
Damien was awarded a Golf scholarship programme to DCU, where he was awarded a Bachelor’s Honours Degree in Sports Science and Health. On graduating Damien worked as lead sports scientist and strength and conditioning specialist with the Meath senior football team, gaining promotion in the national league and making an All-Ireland semi-final in the same season. Damien furthered his studies and obtained a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland. Upon returning from Edinburgh, Damien established Dublin North Physiotherapy clinic in 2009.
Dublin North Physiotherapy has continued to thrive and expand since it’s conception. With the addition of young talented physiotherapists to the team, acquiring a number of well-known sports clubs and associations. Damien was a senior footballer with the Clontarf GAA senior team for 16 years and has continued to work with high performance programmes and is lead physiotherapist to the Paddy Harrington Golf Scholarship programme in NUI Maynooth. Dublin North Physiotherapy is ever expanding and has subsequently set up a second base in Malahide. Damien also operates as an external clinical educator for the BSc Athletic Therapy programme in DCU.
Kevin Boyd – MSC BSc MISCP CAT
Kevin graduated top of his UCD class with a Master in Physiotherapy, also receiving an award from the University for consistent academic excellence. In addition to this Kevin has a First-Class Honours bachelor’s degree in Athletic Therapy and Training from DCU.
These have provided Kevin with years of experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries within the clinic and sports setting both here and abroad. Kevin has experience working with a wide variety of sports, such as American Football and Swimming/Diving within the collegiate setting at the University of Pittsburgh, USA. In Ireland he was previously worked for top Senior GAA clubs in Dublin and with Soccer in the League of Ireland Premier Division. He also has experience working internationally with the Irish Boxing team, travelling as the sole physiotherapist to the Chemistry World Cup of Olympic Boxing, in Halle-Salle, Germany in 2018.
Kevin joined Dublin North Physiotherapy Clinic in 2015. He enjoys treating patients of all ages with exercise rehabilitation and manual therapy and helping them return to their chosen activity.