About Us

The Team

Ronan Fallon

Ronan is a graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and he has spent nearly a decade working as a musculoskeletal Chartered Physiotherapist. He has also completed an MSc. in Trauma & Orthopaedics from the University of Salford in Manchester.

His postgraduate study consolidates a solid bank of clinical knowledge enabling him to deliver the best strategies for a wide range of orthopaedic conditions such as tendon problems, spinal conditions, soft tissue pain and post-surgical rehabilitation.

Richard Dodd

Richard qualified from Northumbria University in 2015 with a first class honours degree. Since then Richard has worked in the NHS completing his junior and senior rotations within the Northumberland trust. He has covered area such as paediatrics, Acute orthopaedics, Musculoskeletal , stroke and Neuro muscular rehab.

Richard has also worked in private practice in the Uk specialising in sports injuries and sport rehabilitation. He has recently worked in the Sports surgery clinic working alongside the top medical professionals in Ireland. Richard also works as a physiotherapist for AIL rugby teams such as Wanderers RFC and Barnhall RFC.

Richard has worked alongside elite level athletes working for Newcastle Falcons rugby club and other professional rugby clubs in the area. He has also worked with elite level athletes in sports such as GB Rowing, Soccer and elite crossfit athletes.

Richard Has completed courses in:

  • Strength and conditioning
  • Accupuncture
  • Dry needling
  • Barbell Rehabilitation
  • Pain management
  • Lower limb Rehabilitation and Return to sport
  • The sporting shoulder

Richard specialises in lower limb rehabilitation and return to sport. Having recovered from multiple injuries to his knees and ankles throughout his sporting career, he has a keen interest and understanding of the patients’ needs and understands what it takes to succeed in this area of rehabilitation.

Richard is a keen sportsman; he has represented his country in badminton and has played county level in rugby and cricket. At present he plays rugby and has an avid interest in strength and conditioning and overall general fitness.

Trigger Point Dry Needling

The aim of Trigger Point Dry Needling is to reduce muscle pain and dysfunction by releasing tight areas in the muscle known as myofascial trigger points.

Activity Modification

What individuals should or should not be doing to optimise healing. A full treatment and exercise plan can be tailored to your exact needs.

Soft tissue treatment & Mobility work

Traditional hands on therapy. With special emphasis on getting you back in good shape with as little pain as possible.

Tailored exercise prescription

Evidence based approach to a graded and specific exercise plan. Every effort is made to keep people active whilst they are dealing with their specific issue.

Based in the Lucan area, we have a fully equipped treatment room to help you in your recovery.


Ronan helped assess a long-term ankle injury and identified the root of the problem quickly and effectively. He worked with me remotely via Zoom to provide a course of treatment which has helped me get back on the golf course. Would highly recommend.

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