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Gerard Greene

The Greene Seminars website is the place to discover more about Gerard Greene's evidence informed, clinically relevant Physiotherapy education, as taught by expert clinicians.

Our courses and seminars cover the Physiotherapy spectrum from Woman’s Health, Men’s Health, Social Media, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory, Paediatrics, Sports Physiotherapy, Sports Nutrition, Acupuncture and Neuro Physio.

Greene Seminars seek to illuminate innovative and creative practice to enable the best possible outcome for both clinician and client.


Harborne Clinic Online Booking
Gerard's Harborne Physio & Acupuncture Clinic now offers online booking. Click the link to make your appointment.
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GREENE EVENTS
Check out some of the great events we have lined up for you and your colleagues
The Greene Seminar Events schedule is frequently updated with new events for physiotherapy and health professionals. (click on a title below for more information)

Greene PT Seminar News
Winter courses: Canada, Turkey, Australia, New Zealand and The UK

We are having a really exciting few months despite dealing with what COVID19 brings.  We have our own super pelvic health expert Lisa Hastie teaching her Prolapse course on Saturday 21st November 2020. Super Irish Physio and Curtin Graduate Suzanne Carney is back teaching her brilliant and unique "Breast Health and Lactation course...
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8 Week Online Mindfulness course for Endometriosis/Adenomyosis with Claire Dempsey ( Coventry Uni PhD student )

Join Our Study: Testing the feasibility of an 8-week online mindfulness-based course designed to improve quality of life of people living with endometriosis and adenomyosis. 


Are you over the age of 18 and have been diagnosed with endometriosis and/or adenomyosis?

Are you interested...
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Women's Health Physiotherapy

Gerard is the co-founder of the Women's Health Physiotherapy Facebook group. Gerard has gained an international reputation for his dedication and commitment to women's health, his events include staging the inaugural Women's Health Summit in the UK in 2015.

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Introducing Gerard Greene MSc (Manip Ther); MMACP; MCSP; HCPC; PgCertEd

Gerard Greene is an active and enthusiastic Physiotherapy clinician, establishing his clinic based at the Barefoot Yoga Studio, Harborne Birmingham. He works as a Senior lecturer on both the undergraduate and post graduate programmes specialising in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy at Coventry University.

Gerard organised the Inaugural Women's Health Physiotherapy summit in the UK in 2015 and has led CPD Physiotherapy Courses at prestigious organisations such as St. George’s Park Burton (home of the English Football Association), The University of Ulster, Sports Institute N. Ireland, West Bromwich Albion FC, The Circle Group, Ministry of Defence, Physio First, Apos Therapy, Patterson Medical, Naqi International, Formthotics and the Turkish Physiotherapy Association. He has also delivered physiotherapy events for the ACPSEM (Physios in Sport) and for numerous NHS Trusts , PCTs, Private Clinics and Independent Hospitals. Gerard has taught internationally and organised courses in Ireland, Scotland, Jersey, Jordan & Turkey. He was an invited speaker at WCPT 2015 in Singapore where he led a networking session on Social Media within Physiotherapy.

Greene Seminars grew from Gerard's extensive international teaching experience and his desire to coordinate and increase the value of domestic and international conferences and events for health professionals throughout the world. Greene Seminars has rapidly developed a reputation for delivering clinically relevant courses, delivering dozens of events every year.

Gerard is also a keen advocate for Physios and health professionals engaging with Social Media, "When used correctly, it's invaluable!" He says. Gerard has made presentations at numerous international conferences promoting twitter, facebook and other social media platforms as business, education and sharing tools for clinicians.