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We are open weekdays from 9am to 7pm. Appointments can usually always be facilitated within 24 hours.

No! You can make an appointment without a referral from your GP. If on assessment we deem your condition requires medical attention we will refer you on.

We are recognized by all the major insurance companies, as we are Chartered Physiotherapists. The amount that can be claimed varies with your plan. Treatment fees are also tax deductible via a Med-1 form.

Yes! You will be given lots of things to think about and do in between treatments as what you do during the other 23 hours is just as important as your treatment. We work in partnership with you to ensure your recovery is optimal and to minimize the chances of any relapse.

This varies between people. Some people do experience some short term discomfort which quickly subsides. Your Physiotherapist will take this into account during your treatment.

Initial Visit - assessment and treatment 55 Euro. Further treatment 50 Euro. Please see our section on prices for further details.

There are 2 free large car parks adjacent to the building.

Please report to the Physiotherapy reception desk where your name and details will be taken. You will be asked to take a seat in the waiting area until your appointment time.

All patients are given timed appointments, which the Physiotherapist will endeavor to keep.

The first appointment may last about 30 minutes. You will be asked about your problem and examined using a variety of tests. You will be provided with an explanation of the assessment, and treatment possibilities will be discussed with you. A follow-up appointment of 15 to 30 minutes may be required. You will be given a choice of appointment times. Please note we may apply a fee for late notice cancellations or non-attendance.

At your first appointment, the Physiotherapist will assess you carefully. At the end of this appointment, the Physiotherapist should give you an idea of how many treatment sessions will be required.

Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes and be prepared to undress so that the Physiotherapist can examine you. Depending on the injury or condition, it might be a good idea to wear a pair of shorts so we can see and treat your condition with ease.

It is helpful if you bring a list of any current medications you are taking and copies of results of any other relevant investigations and tests. This can help us to plan your treatment and care without having to get back in contact with your doctor.

Should you require a change of appointment, we require at least 24 hours advance notice. This will enable us to offer your slot to another patient.

Physiotherapy is a natural method of health care that treats the causes and symptoms of physical problems. A Physiotherapist, with careful assessment and appropriate treatment, can restore physical function to injured structures, allowing early return to normal activity, promoting a healthy lifestyle.

A Chartered Physiotherapist has a minimum of four years university and hospital training in the health care sciences leading to a world-recognised degree.

The Physiotherapist will have the letters M.I.S.C.P. after their name, (Member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists).

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