‘I help those with hip and knee problems who are prevented from pursuing the active lifestyle that they wish, through assisting them firstly gain an understanding of their problem and secondly developing the necessary physical (and mental) attributes to return to the sport/activity that they love.’
Kieran is an experienced physiotherapist with over 14 years of practice. Kieran is nearing completion of a Masters degree in Advanced Neuro-Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and already has qualifications in Strength and Conditioning training and Acupuncture. Kieran’s problem solving skills and sound judgment will help you to quickly recover from pain and injury.
Kieran has a wealth of experience in treating all musculoskeletal problems and is interested in treating all areas of the body including spinal pain, neck pain, sports injuries and enjoys assisting clients with all the challenges of their post-operative rehabilitation. He has developed a special interest in lower limb injuries and his ongoing Masters research focuses on adult hip pain. Kieran is also skilled in the physiotherapy assessment and treatment of Vestibular problems including BPPV, Labyrinthitis and Vestibular Neuritis. Kieran is also available for biomechanical bike assessments in both the Chancery Lane and St. John’s Wood Clinics.
Kieran has gained extensive experience over 8 years at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Hospital in London with post-operative, sports injury, Knee ligament (Specifically ACL) patients. He also gained valuable experience in the physiotherapy management of rheumatological conditions and refined his skills in acupuncture. Kieran worked in private physiotherapy practices for several years prior to joining Central Health Physiotherapy in 2016. He has had considerable experience in football and rugby, having worked with the Crystal Palace FC academy, Wycombe Wanderers and Blackheath RFC.
BSc (Hons) Sports Science and Health & Human Biology, St Mary’s College Strawberry Hill, 2001. BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, King’s College London, 2004.
MSc in Advanced Physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire (completing September 2018).
As a junior athlete Kieran won national medals over 5,000m and 10,000m in Ireland. Having also played Gaelic football and Hurling, he now regularly plays 5 and 11 a side football. When recovering from football Kieran enjoys getting out for a run or getting on his bike for a cycle in the Surrey Hills.
Kieran O’Dea was excellent. Very thorough and polite. Helped me a great deal.
Survey Monkey user