Limerick Sports Injury Clinic (LSIC) is a private practice specializing in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries. LSIC caters for all athletes varying in standards from novice to elite and provides a unique opportunity for injured athletes to be treated, rehabilitated and conditioned back to full fitness under the one roof. LSIC is not confined to just treating sports injuries and patients suffering from injuries of a non-sporting nature are treated in the clinic with the highest standard of care.
LSIC houses a 1000 sq. ft. high performance training facility which is used for Injury Rehabilitation, Strength and Conditioning and Personal Training.
LSIC provides treatment and rehab for Musculoskeletal Injuries of a Sporting and Non-Sporting nature. We have over ten years experience in treating and rehabilitating patients back to full fitness.
Barry first completed a BSc in Sports and Exercise Science at the University of Limerick in 1999. He then went on to complete a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation at the University of Salford England, in 2002. In 2003 Barry undertook the CSCS exam and became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Barry is an avid footballer and has 5 F.A.I. Junior Cup Winners medals, 3 Munster Junior Cup Winners medals and numerous Premier League and Cup medals whilst playing with Fairview Rangers A.F.C. He was capped at international level in 2004 for the Irish Junior team.
Chartered Physiotherapist (MSc. Physiotherapy)
Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (NSCA-CSCS)
BSc. Human Kinetics
Level 1 Concussion Provider
Concussion Management & Sports Injury Physiotherapy
Brooke began her work in athletics and rehabilitation 6 years ago, firstly as a personal trainer and then becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2018, where she has worked with many varsity teams and athletes. During this time, she was also completing her Bachelor of Science, majoring in Human Kinetics at the University of Guelph in Canada, which she completed in 2018. She then went on to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Limerick in 2020. She has since been working as a Chartered Physiotherapist with a specialisation in concussion management (Level 1 Concussion Provider) and sports injuries.
Brooke has always been involved in sports, being an athlete herself, primarily playing soccer, volleyball and ice hockey. Upon tearing her ACL in 2013, she found her passion in strength and conditioning, and used this passion to help train and rehabilitate other athletes. Upon working at Shift Concussion Management from 2016-2018, she discovered an additional passion and niche for treating concussions. Brooke has worked with a range of clientele from Olympians, to the ill and vulnerable, and welcomes all ages and abilities into her treatment room.