Mr Delahunt is a fully qualified Physiotherapist, with a wide range of experience in the field. Interestingly, Gary first graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2005 with a BSc (Hons) in astrophysics, however, quickly jumped ship into the world of physiotherapy, graduating from Keele University in 2009 with a BSc (Hons).
Since then Gary has spent time working with Port Vale FC and more recently, premiership hopefuls, Brentford FC. He has also worked in a variety of private and NHS outpatient positions, all of which have afforded him the opportunity to develop his diagnostic, treatment and long-term rehabilitation skills. He is considered to be very much a hands-on physiotherapist and uses a wide range of mobilisation, manipulation and soft tissue techniques. He believes that by improving our movement patterns, correcting muscle imbalances and strengthening weak muscles that we can treat and rehabilitate most musculoskeletal conditions.
Gary not only enjoys rehabilitating clients back to a level that enables them to return to the degree of activity they once enjoyed, but also to a condition that limits the risk of recurrence of injury and improves their physical performance.
Gary himself has always been an avid sportsman and plays rugby, football, hurling, tennis, squash, and is a keen runner and cyclist. This has enabled him to appreciate the psychological affect of sporting injuries, allowing him to understand people’s desire to return to their respective levels of activity as soon as possible, be that competitively or leisurely. This combination of extensive training and a refreshing outlook on treatment of musculoskeletal injuries means Gary is able to supply the best care and treatment to all his patients.