Rory O’Neill qualified with an honours degree in Physiotherapy from UCD in 2000. He completed a Certificate in Manual Therapy from Curtin University, Perth in 2002. Following this he furthered his education by completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine from Queen Mary University, London in 2004. Rory worked as physiotherapist to Blackrock College Rugby Club in 2005. In 2006, he established Ratoath Physiotherapy with a vision of providing a high class physiotherapy service to South Meath and the surrounding areas. Rory furthered his education by completing a postgraduate qualification in structural osteopathy and uses these techniques alongside his physiotherapy approach to provide fast pain relief with his clients.
In recent years Rory has pursued cutting edge therapies emerging from around the world in a quest to obtain better results with his patients than he could achieve with conventional approaches. He has completed extensive education in Neurokinetic Therapy, Integrated Cranial, Structural Joint Balancing and Systemic Kinesiology and uses a combined approach of these therapies to uncover the root cause of musculoskeletal dysfunction and bring lasting results even in chronic conditions. Rory is a Level 3 Advanced Neurokinetic Therapy practitioner, a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and is registered with CORU.