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Take your fitness to the Next Level

Wednesday, 6th February, 2019 5:00pm

With so many people taking part in physical activities, it's important to take time to allow your body a proper recovery, regardless of your level of fitness.

Next Level Physiotherapy is a chartered and CORU-regulated physiotherapy and sports injury clinic, run by John Shanahan, and is located at Camden Wharf, Carroll’s Quay. The clinic opened for business at the beginning of the year and has been a huge success to date.

John has always had a keen interest in sport, health and fitness from a young age, competing at international level in athletics and playing soccer and GAA for his local club in Limerick.

John graduated from the Institute of Technology Tralee with a BSc in Health Fitness and Leisure Studies in 2010 and went on to study MSc Physiotherapy, graduating from Queen Margaret University Edinburgh in 2013.

Following this, he went on to work in the National Health Service in the UK, as well as within private practice and sports teams in Scotland, before returning home to Ireland and setting up his clinic in Cork.

Next Level Physiotherapy is designed to put the patient at the centre of care. All treatments and exercises are evidence-based and this ensures that the treatments provided are proven to work. John has also developed a niche injury prevention presentation aimed at GAA players on how to improve their performance levels and prevent injuries during the season.

If you need relief from back or neck pain, have sustained a sports related injury or you want to improve the performance of your GAA club, then contact Next Level Physiotherapy for an appointment.

Phone 087-1849464 or email

The clinic is currently offering €10 off your first physiotherapy visit, valid until 31 March, so don’t forget to quote this offer when you get in touch. Check out the website or the Facebook page @nextlevelphysiotherapy for more offers, discounts and educational blog posts on topics such as back pain and improving running performance.

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