(MCSP SRP Dip/MSc Sports Phys MSOM CSCS)
Michael Qualified in June 2004 from University of Ulster, Jordanstown with BSc Hons Sport,
Exercise and Leisure Studies. During the Sports Science Degree he became qualified as a Northern
In 2004 Michael became qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (Level 3) with the Sports Massage
Michael then Qualified in June 2008 from the University of East London with BSc Hons Physiotherapy. He has
Michael has an extensive knowledge of sports injuries and management. He is a clinical specialist in Soft Tissue Massage Techniques, Spinal Manipulation, Orthopaedic Medicine, Injury Rehabilitation, Acupuncture, Strength and Conditioning.
Michael was Physiotherapist for the Down Minor Gaelic Football team 2009-2013 and also works with a variety of sports including men and ladies gaelic football, hurling and camogie, as well as athletics, golf, rugby and soccer.
Michael has been involved in a range of elite level sports competitions. In 2012, Michael was an integral member of the Sports Physiotherapist team in the Polyclinic located in the Athletes village at the London Olympics. In 2013, Michael attended the World Volleyball Championships in Belgium as Team Physio to the Northern Ireland Volleyball team and then later that year Michael was a lead physiotherapist at the World Police and Fire games held in Northern Ireland.
Michael has enjoyed work experience with Premiership Soccer team (Sunderland) 2012 and Championship soccer team (Middlesborough) 2012,
Michael is a Certified Strength and Conditioning coach (CSCS) and functional screening specialist (FMSS). He has the unique ability to analyse athletes and recognise weaknesses, overcompensations and faulty movement patterns which may contribute to injury and reduce sporting performance. He develops specialised individual programs for athletes to increase the successful return from injury, to enhance injury prevention and to maximise performance in their chosen sport.
Gerard Mc Creesh (MCSP SRP)
Gerard graduated from the University of Ulster in 2008 with a Honours degree in
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