ABOUT2018-08-13T15:27:30+00:00

SOMERTON PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC

JAMES SHERRY MISCP

James Sherry MISCP is an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist with the majority of his practice focusing on the treatment of back and neck pain, sports injuries and adolescent physiotherapy.  He has worked extensively with GAA players and athletes at all levels over the past 12 years.

Previously James has been a member of the GAA’s Medical, Scientific and Welfare Committee.  He currently sits on the GPA’s (Gaelic Players Association) Player Welfare Committee.

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 Shamrocks 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 cross country running.  He continues to play senior football with Castleknock GAA club in Dublin.

James established Somerton Physiotherapy Clinic in 2015.

James Sherry MISCP is an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist with the majority of his practice focusing on the treatment of back and neck pain, sports injuries and adolescent physiotherapy.  He has worked extensively with GAA players and athletes at all levels over the past 12 years.

Previously James has been a member of the GAA’s Medical, Scientific and Welfare Committee.  He currently sits on the GPA’s (Gaelic Players Association) Player Welfare Committee.

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 Shamrocks 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 cross country running.  He continues to play senior football with Castleknock GAA club in Dublin.

James established Somerton Physiotherapy Clinic in 2015.

Cillian graduated from UCD in 2015 with an MSc. in Physiotherapy. He obtained his B.Sc in Kinesiology in Canada. Since graduating in 2015 Cillian has worked with various elite sports teams including the Atlantic Rock Rugby team in Canada, Castleknock Junior Cup Rugby team, UCD Rugby Teams, UCD GAA Sigerson Cup Team and UCD Soccer.

Over the past three years he has been fortunate to gain clinical experience in the private practice MSK Physiotherapy setting working with a wide range of ages in populations in both Canada and Ireland. Cillian’s treatments are based heavily on anatomy and biomechanics, he believes in a combination of exercise based rehab, with manual therapy and dry needling when needed.

Cillian has been involved in competitive team and individual sports his entire life. He has a passion for promoting a healthy lifestyle and encouraging his patients to help try and improve their quality of life and achieve their goals.