What we do:
Our team of chartered physiotherapists can provide you with a detailed assessment of your injury, provide you with an accurate diagnosis for all musculoskeletal injuries or sports injuries. All of our staff provide expert advice to help our patients through the recover process and return you to full fitness.
Chartered physiotherapist - Physio Dublin
Our team of therapists registered with the Irish Society Chartered Physiotherapists, we provide musculoskeletal physiotherapy which assists in reducing pain and provide a treatment plan for
- Back pain
- Joint pain
- Mobility issues
- Shoulder pain
- Hip and Groin pain
- Neck pain
- Foot pain
- Muscle Pain
- Injury Prevention
- Sports injuries
- Myofascial trigger points
Chartered Physiotherapists have valuable experience treating patient with lower back pain both in their own home and in our Dublin physio clinic.
With a range of skills and treatment options to assist with your rehabilitation, your therapist may recommend the following treatments to assist int he recovery process.
- Dry needling
- Orthotics prescription
- Deep Tissue massage
- Pilates Exercises
- Clinical Pilates classes
- Home exercises
- Strength Training
These are just some of the options available to our patients when recovering from injury. The rehabilitation process can be long and complex for some people, but all the staff are on hand to guide you through the process and return you to full fitness.
Where your Dublin physio clinic located?
Our Physiotherapy clinic is in Stepaside Dublin. We have 4 bright treatment rooms and a large open area gym to demonstrate exercises, educated patients and conduct Pilates classes.
Our purpose-built facility was designed with the patient in mind to treat all injuries, reduce pain, improve your quality of life and improve your health.
What does an appointment with a Chartered physiotherapists entail?
A Chartered physiotherapist are trained to very high standards and have detailed knowledge of the human body through their extensive training and education.
The initial appointment will take 45 mins where your physio will take a detailed history of your injury symptoms and other medical information around previous injury and medication. Then follow a physical assessment of the injured area.
Further movement assessment will focus on mobility, muscle and joint issues that provide clues to the cause of your pain. Once the assessment is complete the therapist will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and educate you on the prognosis and recovery process. This will include treatment of the injury.
Our Physiotherapy team can help with neck pain, foot pain,:back pain:
- Manual therapy
- Dry needling
- Joint mobilisation
- Exercise prescription
- Strengthening exercise
- Sports massage
Our therapist’s focus is on your health and recovery. Physios can help clients improved their overall health with a detailed treatment plan to target muscles and joints that are causing your symptoms.
To effectively treat your injury, we expect our patients to take an active part in their rehabilitation by completing their exercises and providing feedback to the therapist on any improvement in their symptoms.
This is key part of physiotherapy to treat your injury and return to full fitness, function, health and quality of life.
Sports Injury Clinic
Physiotherapists provide assessment and treat a wide range of day to day issues but also have specialisation in other areas such as sports injuries.
Sports injuries differed from regular injuries as they are often caused by high force and impact during competitive games and training. Different assessment protocol are used for sports injuries and a more detailed rehabilitation plan is put in place to ensure athletes return to performance. These include exercise focused on speed power acceleration deceleration to recover and return to sport.
What are the Physiotherapy fees?
While physiotherapy is expensive in Ireland the cost of treatment can be offset by tax relief and reclaiming physiotherapy fees through your health insurance provider
Firstly, you must contact your insurance provider to ensure you are covered for physiotherapy. Once this has been established our team will provide you with an invoice with your chartered physiotherapist registration number and CORU registration number
Chartered physiotherapists are covered by all major health insurers which assist in reducing the cost of physiotherapy fees. Further tax relief can be availed of through revenue.ie.