Greg Hawe


Greg Hawe Physiotherapist UFIT


Greg (@greghawe) is a Physiotherapist who graduated with a BSc. in Physiotherapy from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland along with a previous BSc. in Health and Performance Science from University College Dublin.

Greg has worked alongside a variety of sports teams as both a physiotherapist and strength and conditioning coach in Ireland and abroad, before working in a public health sector and settling in private practice in recent years.

He has the experience and enjoys treating all aspects of MSK Physiotherapy. He values building strong working relationships with his clients, and providing them with the information and tools to take control of their own health, wellbeing and performance.

For Greg, being physically fit extends beyond physical training, and additional factors such as recovery, sleep and nutrition are something that he believes everybody should pay attention to.


  • ACL Injuries
  • Hip and groin pain
  • Chronic neck and back pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Post-Operative Conditions (Knee, Ankle, Shoulder, Spine)
  • Sports Injuries


  • BSc. Physiotherapy
  • BSc. Health & Performance Science
  • BCLS and AED qualified
  • Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified
  • IRFU (Irish Rugby Football Union) Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • Sports Traumatology & Pitchside Management
"Over the last 4 months, I have been seeing Senior Physiotherapist Greg Hawe from UFIT to deal with a serious back injury. I have since made great progress and put this down to the very professional approach and guidance of Greg. He really knows his stuff and it has shown in my results! I would highly recommend him to anyone needing physio."
John O’Neill
UFIT Physiotherapy client
"Would like to thank and at the same time highly recommend Greg to others who are facing any form of a sporting injury. I was suffering from acute pain in my Achilles post any form of sport. To the point it took me 2-3 days to be able to walk pain free. Greg mapped out a very structured program for recovery including targeted strength work, gradually building to interval runs and finally more prolonged running. It’s worked wonders. A combination of virtual and face to face sessions. Thanks again - much appreciated!"
Andy Perkins
UFIT Physiotherapy client