- Knee pain
- Sport rehabilitation
- Hip pain
- Shoulder pain
- Lower back pain
- Neck pain
- Return to work injuries
- Men's health
- Post prostatectomy physio
- Road traffic accidents
Training & Background
- Qualifications: Physiotherapy (Bsc) Health Science and Physiology (Bsc)
- Year first qualified : 2016
- CSP number: 100219
Philip studied at IT Sligo where he obtained a BSc in Health Science and Physiology. He then went onto study at Coventry University where he was awarded a BSc in Physiotherapy.
Philip is a highly skilled Physiotherapist who has formerly been an assistant physiotherapist for a football team and has since held a number of posts throughout the NHS and private sector.
His kind and reassuring nature help motivate his patients through their recovery journey to achieve outstanding results.
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“Philip Delaney is clearly a knowledgeable and empathetic physiotherapist who put me at ease during my Shockwave treatments. I would not hesitate to recommend him. He is a credit to The New Foscote Hospital Team.”
“Phil was very encouraging and gave me confidence that the exercise regime would allow me a full recovery. Many thanks to him.”
“The team are very professional and knowledgeable, they ensure that you fully understand what the treatment is and why it’s being carried out.”
“The care and attention I have received from Phil has been exceptional, in my experience. In addition to the treatments after both my joint replacements, he was prepared to listen to my concerns and issues, discuss the options, and explain each suggestion’s reasons. He dealt with me as an individual and not just the next case on the list – so very important when reassurance and encouragement are needed.”
Research & Teaching
Philip has completed educators’ courses at Coventry University and City of Birmingham University.
Following on from these courses it has enabled him to assess and mentor students in MSK ODP, and help university students with their interviews.
He has attended multiple prostate cancer support groups to contribute his expertise in this area and help patients with their physio.
He also moderates an online community offering peer support and mentoring for men’s health physio.