Brian Fox BSc MSc MISCP
Brian graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2005 and was employed by the HSE for a number of years gaining valuable experience in the areas of neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics and musculoskeletal therapy before embarking on a physiotherapy masters program in Kings College London in 2008.
Brian has worked exclusively in private practice and high level sport since graduating from the masters program 10 years ago.
Establishing Fox Physiotherapy in 2010 at Blackrock Hall Medical Centre the practice has thrived and progressed to a larger premises at the Kinsale road roundabout.
Brian has consistently maintained the core values of:- expert assessment to establish the source of your problem- a ‘hands on’ gold standard treatment approach- a specific rehabilitation plan for your needs-a clearly communicated treatment program that is individually outcome focused Brian’s main clinical interests are treatment and management of headache, low back pain, sports injuries and pediatric ‘growing pains’.Complete care drives all levels of how Brian and his colleagues practice ensuring every treatment program is individually focused to your needs restoring you back to your optimum health in the least time possible.
Dani Malone BSc MISCP
Dani is now a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Soon after graduating, Dani moved to Singapore where she worked in a general teaching hospital. In her two and a half years spent in Singapore, she gained valuable experience while doing rotations in geriatrics, orthopedics and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
After returning to Ireland, she took up a position here with Fox Physiotherapy. She has a keen interest in Women’s Health and is currently developing her skills in the area.
Outside of work, Dani has an interest in Rugby and was capped for the Munster U-18’s Ladies Team. While in Singapore, she competed in Outrigger canoeing in both local and international competitions and since returning has continued to participate in rowing. She also enjoys running and going to the gym.