BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC registered
Cianan graduated with honours as a chartered physiotherapist from Keele University in 2015.
He immediately went on to undertake a full-time master’s degree, which involved in depth analysis of specific aspects of physiotherapy including anatomy, neurology, physiology, respiratory care and acupuncture. He completed this in 2016, at Keele University.
Cianan began his physio career at the esteemed Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic hospital in September 2016, gaining further experience in Trauma & Orthopaedics, MSK Outpatients and Paediatrics.
He was very quickly awarded a senior position in both a ward-based and outpatient setting, with responsibility for supervision of junior staff.
To further progress his patient care, Cianan trained to use Acupuncture to assist in his treatments for pain relief and, has found it invaluable for treating a wide range of conditions. He has a keen interest in working with musculoskeletal outpatients, especially those living with chronic or complex pain. When striving to achieve the best outcomes for his patients, Cianan has found that acupuncture offers a critical complement to standard intervention.
Within his scope treating patients from Trauma & Orthopaedics and Outpatient departments, Cianan has become a great advocate of hydrotherapy, designing and teaching programmes to assist with rehabilitation, strengthening and fitness.
Cianan is a qualified clinical educator for students within the physiotherapy department at RJAH, and plays an active role in the physiotherapy department post graduate training programme. Having worked at Borders Physio and Sports Injury Centre for a number of years, Cianan treats musculoskeletal patients and coordinates the Hydrotherapy service, which operates out of the RJAH hydrotherapy pool.
When not working, he is a keen football player and enjoys keeping up to date with a wide variety of sports.