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We want to supply real world in the trenches knowledge for all Physiotherapists, Physical Therapists, Massage Therapists and more..


Check out our latest podcasts with a wide range of guests such as physios, athletes, S&C coaches, Nutritionists and more. If we feel it will benefit you to learn, we are getting them on. 


We will be hosting world class seminars at SPI HQ once a month. Bring your A game for these as we go into detail and places are limited. 


Check out our great educational videos hosted on our membership platform. Straight to the point real world information for all aspiring physios, physical therapists, massage therapists and more. 

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SPI Seminars

Our latest Seminar is on Lateral Ankle Sprains

SPI Head Quarters - 29 Upper Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin 2.


9am to 12pm - Saturday the 3rd June, 2017


Dr. Eamonn Delahunt


Dr. Eamonn Delahunt is an Associate Professor in the University College Dublin School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science. He graduated with a first class honours BSc [Physiotherapy] in 2003. Upon graduation he was the first-ever physiotherapist to receive an Irish Research Council for Science Engineering and Technology postgraduate research scholarship.

Who Could Benefit? 

Physiotherapists, Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers and more.


€50 - Including light refreshments.

How do I Book? 

Check out our Eventbrite Page on the link below.

Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy (PHT)

By Sports Physio Ireland | November 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy (PHT)

Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy (PHT)   What is it? A tendinopathy is a change in the tendons structure, usually in response to overload. Unlike what was previously thought, there is no real inflammation happening. The pain is due to the changing and swelling of the tendon’s structure. PHT manifests itself as a deep pain in the…