What does a treatment involve?
At your initial consultation, your Chartered Physiotherapist will ask a series of questions to learn about your problem. Based on these findings, you will then be asked to perform certain movements and activities to help more specifically diagnose the source and cause of your problem.
During the initial assessment, there is usually manual treatment provided as well and you will generally be prescribed some home exercises. Your Chartered Physiotherapist will advise on how many Physiotherapy sessions you may need or how to self manage the problem yourself.
Your privacy, dignity and confidentiality will be maintained at all times when you attend for Physiotherapy in our private treatment rooms with our Chartered Physiotherapists.
How much will it cost?
- Initial Physiotherapy Assessment & Treatment €55
- Follow up appointment €55
- Massage 1 hour €60
- Physiotherapy & Acupuncture €65
- Initial Gynaecological Assessment €70
- Follow up Gynaecological appointment €55
We accept payment by cash, cheque and all major debit and credit cards.
Club and Society rates are available at the clinic, please call to discuss on 052 6124959
What do I wear?
You are advised to wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes when attending your appointment. During assessment, your Physiotherapist may ask you to carry out different movements and actions and it is important that your chosen clothes allow you to participate. Your Physiotherapist will request to see the injured area and so you may feel comfortable in bringing shorts for leg/back pain or wearing string top for neck/shoulder/arm pain.
You can be assured that your modesty and dignity will be respected at all times at our Clinic.
Is Physiotherapy covered by my health insurance?
Yes, all major health insurance companies cover visits to a Chartered Physiotherapist, however the amount of cover may vary depending on the policy you hold. You are advised to check with your health insurance company before attending so that we can provide the necessary information to you when making a claim.