Conor O’Mullane

Conor qualified with an MSc Physiotherapy degree from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. He has worked in various hospital settings across the UK as well as the Bon Secours Hospital in Cork. During this time the majority of his work was in orthopaedics, where his work focused on pre and post- operative rehab. Prior to joining the Arena clinic, he worked most recently in private practice, with a varied case load focusing on musculoskeletal and sports injuries.

Conor worked for 5 years in the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) Medical Centre, providing physiotherapy services to all students, sports club members and sports scholars.  Conor acts as a guest lecturer on the MSc Exercise and Sports Medicine Masters programme in UCC.

Conor has a special interest in the area of Parkinson’s disease, where he works closely with the Cork Parkinson’s Association. He runs PD specific assessments and evidence led exercise classes, specific for Parkinson’s disease, called PD REBELS here in the Mardyke Arena.

Conor has a particular interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation. A keen advocate for exercise is medicine Conor enjoys a holistic approach to patient care.