Experience counts and both Anne and Louise of Sandymount Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic have many years of experience, specialising in the treatment of back and neck pain, sports injuries and musculoskeletal disorders. They can assess your problem and quickly get to the nub of the issue.
All the physiotherapists at the clinic are Chartered Physiotherapists and have many years of experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal injury, including back and neck pain, sports and overuse injuries. The aim of our treatment is to get you back to health and fitness as quickly as possible. Comprehensive assessment of the causes and contributory factors to your physical problem allows us provide effective individually tailored physiotherapy treatment. Through a combination of manual therapy, exercise and education we get you back in action with minimal risk of recurrence. Our Physiotherapy clinic is conveniently located in Dublin 4. Ideally treatment is provided at the clinic, but if you cannot get to us, we can arrange physiotherapy home visits.
You can contact the Sandymount Physiotherapy Clinic by phone, email or by submitting the form on the Contact page. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Sandymount Sports Injury & Physiotherapy Clinic
87A Sandymount Road, Sandymount,
Tel: (01) 668 6819
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