Aindriu O Comhraidh is a fully qualified Physical Therapist from the Institute of Physical Therapy (IPTAS) and a member of the Irish Association of Physical Therapists (IAPT). As a member of the IAPT he is subject to continued professional development and subsequently remains up to date with the latest evidence-based practices. Aindriu is also in the register of physiotherapist, maintained by the Physiotherapist Registration board on behalf of CORU.
Having spent the last 20 years running, he has progressed to marathon level, with a best of 2:40 and continues to improve his performance in races, despite reaching his forties. Consequently, a lot of his consultations relate to running, improving performance and injury prevention as well as his other physical therapy treatments. He also has a keen interest in running form.
As running continues to grow as a sport in Ireland, as well as a past-time, injury rates are on the increase. Understanding the biomechanics of running is essential in uncovering the causes of injury, as are, an athletes training history, lifestyle and stresses.
Having lived in Portarlington for the past 10 years, he set up his own practice in Coolaghy in 2014. Since then he has been treating regular clients from the local vicinity and as far as Counties Wicklow, Kilkenny, Dublin, Kildare and Offaly. You can read some of his reviews and case studies.
“You can always improve the way you train. With a wealth of experience as a runner and physical therapist, I can help you train smarter and more effectively for your next venture and help you reach your goals.”.
Born and bred in Portmarnock, Aindriu enjoys cooking, cycling events, triathlons, open water swimming and spending time with his wife and four children. If you’d like to book an appointment call 0873219190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org