Telephone: John Moynihan: 07815 783262

Address: The Alan Higgs Centre,
Allard Way,

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  PSIS Coventry is a sports and occupational injury service. We offer up to date treatment for all types of sporting and work-related injuries.

John Moynihan qualified as a sports rehabilitator from Salford University in 2009. As a graduate sports rehabilitator, John specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of all sporting and occupational injuries, with the aim to return you to your pre-injury levels of fitness.

John set up his own private practice, Nuneaton Sports Injuries, at the start of 2011 and it is from this he expanded to Coventry, to set up PSIS Coventry. He is currently the sports rehabilitator for Stoke Old Boys RFC and has links with many sports clubs around Coventry and Nuneaton. These include a number of local football teams, netball teams, dance groups, athletic clubs and triathlon clubs.

John recently undertook a dry needling course, which involves the insertion of a fine needle into the skin. It can be used to treat injuries associated with myofascial pain and can be used for pain relief.

John previously spent two seasons as the head of sports injuries at Coventry Rugby Club, having been appointed in July 2010. Before this, he spent a season at Nuneaton Rugby Club and has also worked for Rugby Lions RFC, Coventry Welsh RFC and Coventry Dragons RFL. He also worked in a sports injury clinic in Coventry between 2009 and 2012.
Whilst at university, John had experience at a number of elite sports teams including Warrington Wolves RLFC, Kilmarnock FC and Sale Sharks RFC.  

So if you have an injury as a result of your job, physical activity or perhaps for no apparent reason, John has all the necessary skills to return you to your previous levels of health and fitness.


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