Sandymount Sports Injury & Physiotherapy Clinic

01 668 6819

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Opening hours

Monday - Thursday

7:30 am - 8:00 pm


7:30 am - 8:00 pm


By Appointment


Appointments can be made by phone: +353 1 6686819,

by email:

or by filling in the request form on the contact page.

We pride ourselves on replying promptly to patient queries and appointment requests and our secretary Mary will respond to you as soon as possible. 

Who can come for treatment?

Anyone who feels they need physiotherapy treatment or assessment and advice on managing an injury can make an appointment and it is not necessary to have a GP referral.  All treatments are by appointment and we allocate 30 minutes for each consultation.  However the consultation time can vary depending on the needs of each patient.

As all our Physiotherapists are chartered and are members of the Irish Society Chartered Physiotherapisrs, the clinic is recognised by all the major health insurance companies and treatment fees are redeemable according to your plan.

What to expect on your first visit

On your first visit a detailed examination will be carried out. The physiotherapist will ask you questions about your problem and details of your medical history and then examine the relevant joints, muscles and ligaments. Your physiotherapist will then discuss the examination findings with you and agree a treatment plan. This will include advice and self-management techniques.

If you are attending with a back or sporting injury bring a pair of shorts.  If may also help if you bring along your OLD trainers as they may be useful in establishing the diagnosis.

We place considerable emphasis on prevention of injury and your treatment will probably include exercises for you to do at home. We will also advise you on working positions, lifting and handling, warm-up and cool-down exercises before and after playing sport.

Please bring with you:
Any hospital notes, correspondence, referral letters, x-rays, scans and results of any investigations you have had in the past.

To make an appointment phone: 01 6686 819.

General Enquiries

The best time to telephone about these is between 8.45 and 4.30pm, when the receptionist is on duty.  Outside these times it may not always be possible to answer the phone, but please leave a message on the answerphone and we will return your call  as soon as possible.

Alternatively, email us at