QUALIFICATIONS: Chartered Physiotherapist, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC registered,
Marc moved from Ireland to study Physiotherapy at the University of East London, where he achieved a First-Class Honours degree. Since graduating, Marc has gained a wealth of experience in the NHS, private practice and professional sport. His NHS experience, at a large East London Trust includes rehabilitation, orthopaedics, sports and musculoskeletal medicine. Since leaving the NHS, Marc has primarily worked in elite sport, working as a Physiotherapist at Leyton Orient FC, Charlton Athletic FC and West Ham United FC. His time in football has given him a wealth of experience in treating and rehabilitating lower-limb injuries to the highest level. He works closely with the leading surgeons in London to provide his clients an elite service, the same service provided to professional athletes.
Outside of football, Marc has experience in athletics, working at the IAAF World Athletics Championships and the London Marathon. This mix of experience has allowed Marc to treat a wide range of sports injuries and patients of all ages, including paediatric/adolescent’s (years 8 and above).
Marc is currently studying for an MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London. He has a special interest in hip and groin injuries and as part of his studies, is conducting research on hip and groin injuries in professional football. He has also completed a diploma in sports massage.
Outside of work, Marc enjoys keeping fit. Back in Ireland, he played Gaelic Football at U18 and U21 level for his county, Mayo. Since moving to the UK he keeps fit through running and the gym.