Eoghan Mealey obtained an MSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of Limerick in 2019. His clinical placements exposed him to a wide variety of patient populations with musculoskeletal and neurological conditions and allowed him to implement effective individual and class-based exercise
interventions. Additionally, he worked with MS Ireland on the implementation of exercise programmes for Multiple Sclerosis populations in a community setting. A strong emphasis on exercise-based interventions coupled with manual therapy has grown from his undergraduate studies in the Institute of Technology Carlow, where he graduated in 2014 with BSc. (Hons) in Sport Science. Clinical placement as part of his undergraduate studies took him to the Sports Surgery Clinic in Santry where he worked in the biomechanics lab on the groin and ACL return to performance pathways.
Additional areas of interest include injury prevention, sports injury and surgical rehabilitation and rehabilitation in general musculoskeletal and neurological disorders. Eoghan has a strong belief in using the latest in scientific evidence in his practice and has a commitment to continuinal professional development to remain up to date with all treatment modalities available.
The Kilkenny man is an enthusiastic sports man, currently playing Hurling with Erin’s Own, Castlecomer. Eoghan represented Kilkenny at underage level as a goalkeeper between 2010 and 2012, while he represents Erin’s Own in a variety of positions winning a Junior A championship in 2019.