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Richie Walsh RW Sports Injury Clinic phy
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Founded by Richie Walsh MSc.  Richie has a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy, a research MSc specialising in dry needling and electrotherapy and has had his research published internationally. 

Richie is an associate of several governing bodies, as well as being a board member of the Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy Ireland (ARTI). Richie also lectures on the National Council for Exercise and Fitness’ Strength & Conditioning programme and has lectured on the Athletic training and sports Rehabilitation BSc at Institute of Technology Carlow.

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Richie works in a clinical settings providing sports massage, dry needling, electrotherapy, Pilates,  and cupping.  He is a swimming teacher, aqua fitness instructor as well as a triathlon coach.  He is working with several teams providing specialised prehab work, strength  & conditioning, and match-day cover.  He has been working in the fitness industry for over a decade, and is also a qualified Pilates instructor and personal trainer. 

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Jane, I.T. Professional

Had ongoing neck pain due to working remotely.  Richie really helped with pain relief and exercise advice.  I am feeling so much better now.  Thanks Richie.

Marie, GAA Player

Really impressed with the Covid19 setup.  I always felt safe and am really happy with my treatments.  I am moving much better. 

Tom, Rugby Player

Excellent customer service and really athlete focused.  Richie is always there when I need him.  My playing has never been better since I started working with him.

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