Dr Brian Hogan Sports Surgery Clinic

Brian Hogan

MB, BCh, MFSEM, FFRRCSI
• A graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
• Trained in radiology in Beaumont Hospital.
•  He completed fellowships at the University of British Columbia and the University of Western Ontario in Canada specializing in Musculoskeletal Radiology with a special interest in ultrasound and related musculoskeletal interventional procedures.

He is currently part of a team of radiologists, clinicians and related specialists providing medical back-up for the Irish provincial and international rugby teams, many of the Gaelic inter-county football and hurling teams and other Irish athletes from all disciplines including our current and future Olympians.

He  is a keen sportsman with personal interest in running, cycling and golf and has represented the Irish Colleges and Leinster at underage level in rugby having played with Terenure College and University College Dublin at club level

Frank McGrath

MB, MSc, FFR.RCSI, FRCR, FRCP [C}

Education

• Training Fellowships:
• Interventional Radiology Vancouver General hospital, BC.Canada 1989-90
• Musculoskeletal MRI Fellowship McMaster University, Of Canada 1990-91
• Visiting MRI Fellowships (3 Months) in Long Beach Imaging centre (Bill Bradley, MD) California USA & The Epworth hospital Melbourne Australia (Dr. Richard O’Sullivan) 1993
• Staff Radiologist & Assistant Professor McMaster University hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 1991-1993

Experience

• I am a Consultant Radiologist with a special interest in Musculoskeletal (MSK) & Sports injury related diagnostic imaging, and intervention. I have been a Consultant Radiologist in Beaumont hospital since 1993 and together with my colleague Dr. Mark Logan, have been responsible for setting up the Musculoskeletal MRI imaging service in Beaumont.
• The imaging department at the SSC opened in 2007. Its single subspecialty focus has allowed the MSK and intervention programme to maintain a consistently high standard. Together with my colleagues Dr Brian Hogan, Dr Mark Logan and Dr Oisin Flanagan (all of whom are MSK fellowship trained) and an excellent radiography staff, our primary focus is to provide a high quality interpretative and MSK interventional radiology service. At the same time maintaining the flexibility to allow our patients experience to be as timely and smooth as possible.

• Chief Consultant Radiologist, Department of Radiology, Sports Surgery Clinic
• Consultant Radiologist, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
• Consultant Radiologist, Bons Secours Hospital, Glasnevin, Dublin.

• Board Member Faculty of Sports & Exercise Medicine in Ireland (2006-current)
• Current President of the Irish Society of Skeletal Radiology
• Past President & Hon. Sec. Radiological Society of Ireland

Dr Oisin Flanagan Sports Surgery Clinic

Dr Oisin Flanagan

Oisin Flanagan MB, BCh, BAO, BMedSc, MRCPI, FFR (RCSI), FRCR (UK), FRCPC (Canada), FFESM.
  • Graduated University College Dublin 2005
  • Specialist Registrar in Radiology in Cork University Hospital and Mercy University Hospital 2008-2012
  • Fellowship in MRI and PET/CT, St. James Hospital, Dublin 2012-2013
  • Fellowship in MRI, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA 2013-2014
  • Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Radiology, University of Toronto, ON, Canada 2014-2015.

Oisin is appointed as musculoskeletal radiologist with specialist training including NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB and MLS athletes in the United States and Canada.  He is a Radiology lecturer in the Faculty of Radiologists in Ireland and has previously been a Radiology Lecturer in Trinity College Dublin and the Ontario Association of Radiology, ON, Canada.

Oisin was awarded the University of Toronto Excellence in Education Award in Musculoskeletal Radiology. He has an interest in languages and completed his Canadian radiology board examinations through French.  He has competed in many sports and won Leinster schools championships in tennis and cricket with Gonzaga College, later representing Ireland in ultimate frisbee from 2000 to 2011.