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Seán Sheridan O'Gorman

Clinician ~ DBC Ashleaf, Dublin 12

MSc (Physio), MISCP

Seán came from an undergraduate degree in Science to complete his MSc in Physiotherapy in Scotland.  The majority of his work to date has been in a community NHS setting where he led the development of nationwide NHS guidelines on the management of certain musculoskeletal conditions.  Throughout his career he has been involved in medical teams for various sporting codes i.e. rugby, soccer, table-tennis, and continued this upon his return to Dublin in 2016.  He has a significant interest and expertise in persistent tendon pain, hamstring injuries and injury prevention strategies and is keen to translate his knowledge of research into the clinic for patient benefit.

Specialist Services/Interests:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Athletic hip pain
  • Persistent tendon pain
  • Injury Prevention
  • Hamstring Injuries

Clinic Availability:

Ashleaf:          Mon, Tue, Thurs, Fri, Sat

Average New Appointment Wait Time:

1-3 Days

Assessment Session Charges:

  • 30 Min Physiotherapy Assessment: €70
  • Biomechanics Assessment including 3D Foot Scan: €120

Discounted Sessions Available:

  • OAP/Medical Card Discount Off-Peak Sessions

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Sean has also completed his specialist biomechanical training with The Orthotic Group (TOG). The process of assessment involves a digital gait scan using a highly sensitive force platform which measures how each part of the foot works & distributes weight in standing & walking.  Sean will then manually assess each foot incorporating the latest research into foot and ankle analysis. Sean will compile all the data collected and work with the TOG lab in Cookstown to build a custom orthotic.