At DUBLIN.PHYSIO we specialise in treating individuals with sports injuries, ranging from the occasional runner to inter-county GAA players to Olympic athletes. We are committed to providing each individual patient with a thorough assessment, an accurate diagnosis of their injury and a progressive rehabilitation programme until the patient has fully returned to their sport. We have direct access to some of the leading sports medicine doctors in the country so if you require a medical review or surgical opinion at any stage of your rehabilitation this can be facilitated through our clinic.

James Sherry specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries.  Due to his strong sporting background a large portion of James’ practice focuses on treating hip, knee, hamstring and ankle injuries in GAA players.  He has worked extensively with GAA players and sports people at all levels over the past 10 year. James played for the Fermanagh senior football GAA team for 11 years.  While studying Physiotherapy at UCD he captained the college team when they won the Dublin senior football championship in 2006.  He also captained his former GAA club Roslea Shamrock’s to four Fermanagh senior championship wins between 2010 and 2014. James has a keen interest in all sports. He competed internationally for Northern Ireland and Irish schools in athletics.  He continues to play football with Castleknock GAA club in Dublin.

Aidan Woods has over 16 years experience of treating Irelands best athletes. He was selected as head physiotherapist with the Irish Olympic teams for Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Sochi Winter Olympics 2014. After graduating he worked with Athletics Ireland and some of our countries top boxers. He moved on to work with national rugby, rowing and kayaking teams. His own personal involvement in swimming, cycling and gaelic football has led him to work with athletes from a variety of sports.

Some of the most common sports injuries we treat include:

Stress fractures, Shin splints, Compartment syndromes, Running injuries, Achilles tendinopathy, Hamstring, Calf and Quadriceps muscle strains or tears, Groin strains, Contact injuries, Lower limb tendonitis, Wrist tendonitis, Knee Ligament Injuries (MCL, LCL, Cruciate Ligaments), Knee Cartilage (Meniscus) Injuries, Hip pain, Adductor Tendonopathy Dislocated / Subluxed Shoulders, Plantar Fasciitis, Patellofemoral Joint Pain, Lower Back Pain, Tennis and Golfers elbow, Rehabilitation post falls, Shoulder impingement and back and neck stiffness.