Rob Delaney


Rob’s route to becoming a physiotherapist came following several years working as a qualified personal trainer and sports massage therapist in Dublin. Having achieved his physiotherapy honours degree in 2012 from The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen Scotland, Rob then moved to Sydney Australia where he has spent the last 6 years working as an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) accredited physiotherapist. Rob initially worked in a number of large private hospitals in Sydney gaining experience in all areas of physiotherapy before moving into private practice. The past two years Rob has been employed in the highly acclaimed St Vincent’s Clinic Sydney where he gained invaluable experience working closely with some of Sydney’s top sports medicine doctors and Orthopaedic surgeons.

Rob’s main passion is acquiring and implementing the knowledge and experience of how exercise plays an integral role in the recovery and prevention of injuries. He is a strong advocate of evidence based practice within all areas of physiotherapy and has a keen interest in ways to reduce the risk of injury not only in sports but in the various tasks and demands of everyday life. He is a qualified dry needling practitioner, a certified Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute instructor, a current practicing member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and is registered with CORU.