Enda King is a chartered physiotherapist and Head of Performance Rehabilitation in Sports Surgery Clinic.
He completed his honours degree in physiotherapy in Trinity College in 2005 and completed his Masters in Manipulative Therapy with distinction in Curtin University, Perth, Australia in 2009.
He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA and is currently completing his PhD in Roehampton University in London on 3D Biomechanics in Return to Play decision making after ACL reconstruction.
Enda has worked with elite athletes from a wide range of sporting disciplines in Ireland and Australia. He is lead physiotherapist for Dublin Hurling and was for the Irish International Rules Team in 2010 and 2011. He leads the Performance Rehabilitation department which rehabilitates the SSC’s world leading flagship research programmes in Athletic Groin Pain and ACL rehabilitation.
He also looks after SSC’s residential elite athlete programme which caters for national and international athletes who are looking to recover from chronic injury, prepare for the upcoming season or improve their athletic development.
His main areas of clinical interest are lower limb injuries especially athletic groin pain, hamstring injury, ACL rehabilitation and chronic low back pain in athletes.
He lectures both nationally and internationally on Groin and ACL rehabilitation.