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Manual Physiotherapist


Ciaran Lambe

Manual Physiotherapist
Queen St

Ciaran grew up in Ireland where sport played a large part in his life. His Bachelor’s degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences led him into a career in fitness where he worked as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach for Gaelic football teams. Ciaran’s involvement in the sports and fitness industry led him to gain interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation. As a result he completed a Masters degree in Physiotherapy in Teesside University (U.K.)  

Ciaran commenced his physiotherapy career in a public hospital in Liverpool England where he worked in different physiotherapy settings.  During this time he gained experience working in trauma and elective orthopaedics in addition to treating a large range of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Ciaran’s experience allows him to effectively assess and treat pre and post operative patients in addition to acute sporting injuries and chronic conditions.

Ciaran has completed further training since qualifying in areas such as pitch side 1st aid, concussion assessment and management, sports strapping and taping, and attended a sporting lower limb symposium.  In order to further understand his patients sporting demands. Ciaran has also completed several coaching qualifications in soccer, basketball, athletics, and Olympic handball

Ciaran loves to travel and is a huge sports fan.  He has a particular love for combat sports, especially mixed martial arts (MMA) and he studies Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

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