Tony Donegan MSc, PGCert, is a physiotherapist with a specialist interest in chronic pain and sports rehabilitation. He studied physiotherapy at Kings College London and postgraduate training in sports physiotherapy at the University of Bath, and worked as a clinical physiotherapist in London, in a variety of musculoskeletal and pain management settings for 10 years before moving to Barcelona. He is currently pursuing a PhD on the use of embodiment in virtual reality for musculoskeletal rehabilitation and the treatment of chronic pain under the supervision of Prof. Maria Sanchez-Vives at the University of Barcelona.
Immersive virtual reality and virtual embodiment for pain relief. M Matamala-Gomez, T Donegan, S Bottiroli, G Sandrini, et al. Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 279 (2019)
Manipulating the perceived shape and color of a virtual limb can modulate pain responses. M Matamala-Gomez, B Nierula, T Donegan, M Slater, MV Sanchez-Vives. Journal of clinical medicine 9 (2), 291 (2020)
Immersive virtual reality for clinical pain: considerations for effective therapy. T Donegan, BE Ryan, J Swidrak, MV Sanchez-Vives
Frontiers in Virtual Reality 1, 9 (2020)
Cortical Activity and Rhythmic Patterns in Mouse Models of Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease. M Ruiz-Mejias, P Castano-Prat, T Donegan, MV Sanchez-Vives. OBM Geriatrics 4 (1), 19 (2019)