Ray graduated top of his class with a first-class honours in physiotherapy from the University of Limerick, Ireland in 2011.
During this time, he travelled to Vietnam to volunteer in a paediatric physiotherapy setting. He then spent 3 years working in orthopaedic, sports and musculoskeletal settings in Singapore.
Ray then returned to Ireland to further develop his skills in both paediatric and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in paediatric disability services and private practice for over 4 years where he developed a special interest in movement analysis. On his re-introduction to Singapore in 2019, Ray has been working specifically with children and teenagers. Ray believes that exploring movement, social connection and encouraging creative play are important in empowering children to grow up with resilience and confidence to move forward in life.
Ray is passionate about restoring function and maximising the movement potential of babies, children, and adults with an array of developmental, musculoskeletal, neurological, rheumatological and sports-specific conditions. Ray’s clinical exposure to date has allowed him to grow as both an adaptable, reflective, and empathetic clinician who is always keeping up to date on best practice in Physiotherapy.
Back home Ray loved to sunrise swim with friends off the cold waters of Ireland. In Singapore, Ray likes to focus on his own movement and calisthenics training.