Nick Gallogly specialises in biomechanics, gait analysis and the management of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular lower limb conditions.
Nick first qualified in 2004 with a degree in Medical Mechanical Engineering from Dublin which predominantly focused on the medical application of biomechanics. He then qualified from Salford University with honours in Prosthetics and Orthotics. In early 2014 he attained a Master’s Degree in Clinical Biomechanics from Staffordshire University.
Nick currently works as the head of service and Orthotic Clinical Lead at the Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust Hospital.
Nick is also the official foot and ankle specialist to a number of professional sports team. These include the GB rowing and Para-Rowing Teams, London Irish Rugby, Bath Rugby, Bristol Rugby, Gloucester Ruby , Connacht Rugby and Reading FC academy. He is also a qualified medical classifier for GB Para Rowing.
Nick has a research interest in the identification and management tibialis posterior tendon dysfunction in primary care and has developed a pathway in the management of this condition across Reading. He also has a keen interest in sports injury prevention, lower limb orthotic management and the conservative orthotic management of neurological conditions.
Nick is married with 2 young girls and enjoys watching rugby and go-karting.
You can choose to consult him on:
Tuesday (pm) : Spire Dunedin
Wednesday (pm) : Circle Reading Hospital
Thursday (pm) : Spire Clare Park, Farnham
Saturday (am) : Townlands Hospital
Practice Manager: Claire Stevens
Tel: 073 0509 7137