Kevin is the chief physiotherapist at Spinal Physio. He graduated from University College Dublin in 1998. After working as a research assistant for the University on a movement analysis project, he took up a rotational post in a large Dublin teaching hospital specialising in neurosurgery. He then went to work in Australia, where he gained experience in a rehabilitation hospital helping those with multiple injuries from severe trauma and also worked in private practice.
He returned to Ireland and worked with the Galway Gaelic football team during their All Ireland football championship winning season in 2001. He moved to England to study for a Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine which he completed in 2003 from the University of Nottingham. During this time he was the physiotherapist for the Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey team.
Kevin moved to Cambridge in 2004 and after working as an occupational health physiotherapy advisor for a large multi-national pharmaceutical company he set up the Spinal Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Clinic. Kevin is also a member of the Jockey injury management team for the professional jockeys association providing race day physiotherapy at racecourses in the eastern region including Newmarket racecourse and also at Aintree for the Grand National. He also lectures at the British Horse Racing school in Newmarket and the University of Nottingham on injury management and prevention in horseracing. He has been a physiotherapist at multi sport events such as the UK school games since 2007 and part of the physiotherapy team at the Equestrian events for the London 2012 Olympics.
In his very limited spare time he enjoys playing golf and currently has a handicap of 3.