Darren Finnegan

Darren is currently responsible for managing the delivery of community-based musculoskeletal services. He works clinically in South Tyneside and is responsible for running of our PhysioLine services since rejoining Connect in 2017. He originally joined Connect in 2011, completing the

Darren is currently responsible for managing the delivery of community-based musculoskeletal services. He works clinically in South Tyneside and is responsible for running of our PhysioLine services since rejoining Connect in 2017.

He originally joined Connect in 2011, completing the Accelerated Development Programme before working in private physio practices in the UK and Ireland.

Darren has a special interest in lower limb anatomy (especially feet), advanced level rehabilitation, strength and conditioning. He has used this experience within various sporting physio roles including working with Great Britain Basketball since 2013.
Most recently, Darren has been developing the biopsychosocial management of complex pain patients and promoting Public Health initiatives within the North East.

Darren has delivered presentations at Football/Rugby Innovation Summits in 2018 on movement analysis and training loading. He is scheduled to speak at the North East Sports and Research Conference 2019 on the Role of Rehabilitation and Social Media in Patient Interactions.