Mr Nick Gallogly

Orthotic Consultant
MSc Clinical Biomechanics

"Mr Nick Gallogly, Consultant Orthotist, runs the Orthotics Clinic. He specialises in biomechanics, gait analysis and the management of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular lower limb conditions."

Practising at

Spire Dunedin Hospital

Spire Clare Park Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Nick Gallogly at Spire include:

Physiotherapy at Spire Dunedin Hospital

Physiotherapy at Spire Clare Park Hospital

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Professional profile

I qualified as a Medical Mechanical Engineer from Dublin in 2004, which focused on the medical application of biomechanics. I then qualified from Salford University with honours in prosthetics and orthotics, which involved rotations at Nottingham City Hospital and the Robert Jones and Angus Hunt Hospital. In 2014, I attained a master's degree in clinical biomechanics from Staffordshire University.

I currently work as the Head of Service and Orthotic Clinical Lead at the Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust Hospital and has been working with the team at Spire Dunedin Hospital since 2010.

Along with supporting the physiotherapy team and orthopaedic consultants at Spire Dunedin, I also provide support to Reading Football Club's Academy, GB Rowing and GB Hockey. My most recent appointment is as the official foot specialist to the London Irish rugby union club. This appointment involves the screening and management of lower limb injuries.

Clinical Interests


I have a research interest in the identification and management of tibialis posterior tendon dysfunction in primary care and have developed a pathway in the management of this condition. I also have a keen interest in sports injury prevention.

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Private secretary Jane Hardie
Private secretary telephone 07885 651 450

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