Myofascial Release Dublin South

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4.6 / 5  Outstanding
from 27 users
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OneBody - Yvonne Parnell

OneBody

17-18 Priory Hall, Stillorgan, Dublin, A94 V8N2
Myofascial Release  
Deep Tissue Massage €40 - €65
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4.6 / 5  Outstanding
from 56 users
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Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic - Rachel Chambers

Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic

29-30 Dame Street, 29-30 Dame Street, Dublin 2, D02A025
Rating from 6 Reviews Superb knowledgeRob, Dublin, 30 Jan 14

Excellent treatment. Superb knowledge of anatomy and how to treat long standing injuries.

Myofascial Release from €65
Myofascial release is a technique that we use in all of deep tissue and therapeutic treatments as well as in some of our other treatments. It aims to restore muscle and connective tissue to its natural resting length, free up adhesions and boosting blood and lymph circulation.
Deep Tissue Massage from €65
Deep tissue massage is slow, deep massage techniques focused on areas of pain and tension with the intent of re-aligning muscles and connective tissue/fascia. We explore the pattern of tension and pain to find what is causing the issue with the goal of correcting the imbalance and restoring normal function. We use myofascial techniques to achieve deep and lasting changes in the muscles and fascial systems. Deep tissue massage is a part of our   for pain, injury and limited mobility. Why choose deep tissue massage? to understand and reduce chronic painto understand and reverse limited and/or painful mobilityto speed up recovery from injury (whiplash, sports injuries, etc.)to treat repetitive strain injury/RSI (carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, etc.)to understand and reduce muscle tension or spasmto identify, understand and treat postural problemsto understand and reduce headachesto understand and reduce migraines
Sports Massage from €65
Sports massage is a combination of massage and mobilisation techniques used, where appropriate, with the intent of maintaining peak performance from muscles and connective tissues or as an aid in injury recovery and return to sport. However, it’s not just for the serious athlete.  Sports Massage can benefit anyone participating in sports, exercise or strenuous activities. Keeping muscles and tissues supple helps to prevent injury. Addressing an injury as soon as it happens can help speed up recovery time and insure better recovery so ensuring less problems in the future. Sports massage is a major part of our  for pain, injury and limited mobility. Why choose sports massage?to assess and treat sports injuries, both chronic and recentfor preparation for an eventfor recovery from an eventto assess and treat limited mobilityto assess and treat pain (related to muscles, myofascia, tendons and ligaments).
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4.7 / 5  Outstanding
from 64 users
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Shamrock Health Centre - With over fifteen years of experience, Robert has trained and received accreditations’ in a variety of Therapies

Shamrock Health Centre

12 Birchview Close, Dublin, Dublin 24
Rating from 3 Reviews Extremely happy with the resultsLaura, Ireland, 14 Dec 16

Excellent treatment given. Extremely happy with the results

Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling  
Deep Tissue Massage  
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4.5 / 5  Excellent
from 48 users
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Seapoint Physiotherapy - Ms Sinead OLoughlin

Seapoint Physiotherapy

10A Monkstown Crescent (beside Avoca), Monkstown, Dublin, 0
Rating from 5 Reviews This has given me confidenceDes, Ireland, 28 Mar 17

I had three years of painful movement in upper arm and shoulder, partly due to the side effects of medication. One appointment has produced a considerable improvement. Message, exercises and some helpful insights into lifestyle continue to help this improvement. I chose Seapoint because it is a one person practice; seemed to have the speciality I sought and was well reviewed. Sinead inspires confidence; I found her to be perceptive and took the necessary time to address the issues I had.

Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling  
Dry needling is a great way to quickly reduce tension in specific muscles. Fantastic for sports injuries but also for those tight sore shoulders that result from stress or desk work. 
Back Pain Treatment  
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4.1 / 5  Excellent
from 21 users
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Rathmines Chronic Pain & Sports Injury Clinic - General Practice in Ireland

Rathmines Chronic Pain & Sports Injury Clinic

Swan Leisure, Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Rating from 3 Reviews Felt greatShane, Dublin, 28 Apr 13

Very happy with this. It was nice and easy - quick reply to my enquiry, easy to sort an appointment and the treatment was great. It was a pre-marathon sports massage which was very effective - felt great afterwards and helped in the run up to the event. Will definitely be back.

Myofascial Release  
Back Pain  
Dry Needling involves multiple advances of a filament needle into the muscle in the region of a “Trigger Point’. The aim of Dry Needling is to achieve a local twitch response to release muscle tension and pain. Dry needling is an effective treatment for chronic pain of neuropathic origin with very few side effects. This technique is unequaled in finding and eliminating neuromuscular dysfunction that leads to pain and functional deficits. The needle used is very thin and most subjects do not even feel it penetrate the skin. A healthy muscle feels very little discomfort with insertion of this needle. However if the muscle is sensitive and shortened or has active trigger points within it, the subject will feel a sensation like a muscle cramp -‘the twitch response’. The patient also may feel a reproduction of “their” pain which is a helpful diagnostic indicator for the practitioner attempting to diagnose the cause of the patients symptoms. Patients soon learn to recognize and even welcome this sensation as it results in deactivating the trigger point, reducing pain and restoring normal length function to the involved muscle.
Deep Tissue Massage  
RELAXATION AND FOCUSOne of the most popular reasons to schedule a massage is to relieve the amount of tension and stress that one may feel. This includes athletes! Training is difficult and requires an enormous amount of dedication and hard work.By allowing the mind to relax and release inner tension, the body follows along.
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4.4 / 5  Excellent
from 11 users
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Stephen McDonald Physical Therapy - Qualified MIAPT

Stephen McDonald Physical Therapy

OneBody, 17-18 priory Hall, Stillorgan, Dublin, Dublin 14 ; Dublin 16; Dublin 18
Rating from 4 Reviews Healing handsGary, Ireland, 16 May 17

Stephen has great hands and skills, but more importantly is his knowledge of how to treat different injuries! He is really approachable and always happy for you to have your input.

Myofascial Release from €65
CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from €90
Back Pain Treatment from €65
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3.6 / 5  Very Good
from 30 users
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Tallaght Sports Plus Physio - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Tallaght Sports Plus Physio

Tallaght, Tallaght, Dublin 24
Rating from 1 Review I'm pain-free and back playing!Tara, Ireland, 18 Jan 14

I was delighted with the treatment I received for a knee injury I got from playing hockey. I had a couple of sessions and worked hard on my rehab. I'm pain-free and back playing!

Myofascial Release  
Deep Tissue Massage  
Back Pain Treatment  
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4.7 / 5  Outstanding
from 4 users
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BodyLogic Acupuncture & Sports Injury Clinic Portobello - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

BodyLogic Acupuncture & Sports Injury Clinic Portobello

7 South Richmond Street,, Portobello, Dublin 2, Dublin 2
BodyLogic Clinic specialises in both Acupuncture and Sports Injuries. Our Clinics are located at the Phoenix Park Racecourse, Castleknock, Dublin 15 and also in Dublin City at 7 South Richmond Street, Dublin 2. We provide a variety of treatment options for Sports Injuries and Musculoskeletal Disorders. We also treat a wide variety of health conditions with Acupuncture, ensuring the best possible care, pain management and a speedy recovery to activities. At BodyLogic we provide: Acupuncture (including Electro), Injury Treatment, Rehabilitation & Prevention, Sports/Deep Tissue Massage Acupuncture is an incredibly safe, painless and effective way to improve overall health.  Conditions that we treat with Acupuncture include Male and Female Fertility, IVF Support, Ovarian Cysts & PCOS, Pregnancy Care, Gynaecological Issues, Sports Injuries, Back Pain & Sciatica, Migraines & Headaches, Menstrual & PMS problems, Stress/Anxiety, Smoking Cessation, Digestive problems, Cancer/Oncology Support and more. Each Acupuncture treatment is tailored specifically to suit your needs! BodyLogic also has extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of Sports Injuries as well as rehabilitation techniques due to working in both a clinic and club/team environment. We use a variety of techniques such as Trigger Point Therapy, Soft Tissue Release (STR), Muscle Energy Techniques (MET’s), Sports Massage and Acupuncture where appropriate. If you have any questions regarding the tre
Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling up to €60
Deep Tissue Massage  
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3.7 / 5  Very Good
from 19 users
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Harbour Clinic - Dun Laoghaire -  Mark OBrien

Harbour Clinic - Dun Laoghaire

28 Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin
Myofascial Release  
Deep Tissue Massage  
Back Pain Treatment  
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4.6 / 5  Outstanding
from 19 users
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Dynamic Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Dynamic Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

5 Lazer Lane, Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin, Dublin 2
Rating from 1 Review Happy with the resultsPeter, Ireland, 29 Aug 13

I'm happy with the results. I paid the price I was quoted.

Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling  
Deep Tissue Massage  
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4.1 / 5  Excellent
from 35 users
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Tallaght Physiotherapy eFrame - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Tallaght Physiotherapy eFrame

68 Old Bawn Road, Tallaght, Tallaght, Dublin 24
Chartered Physiotherapists with specialised training in the area's listed below can offer individualised assessment & treatment plans- to give real solutions to these very real and common problems. This will be provided with sensitivity, privacy, within a discreet and relaxed environment. All Physiotherapy Conditions covered: Musculoskeletal Pain. Orthopaedic Conditions Sports Injury. Chronic Pain. Arthritis. Rheumatological Conditions. Foot conditions including Orthotic treatment. Treatments including Manual, Soft tissue work, Dry needling and Manipulation Women’s and Men’s Health: Pelvic girdle pain Pre & Post Partum conditions/MSK. Incontinence, prolapse and overactive bladder. Pelvic floor, Bladder and bowel Dysfunction/Problems. Lymphoedema care. Manual pelvic floor treatments. - Men’s pelvic health.   Paediatrics Neurodevelopmental delay. The paediatric foot/foot clinic. MSK and sports injuries. Gross motor deficits.
Myofascial Release from €50
Paediatric Osteopathy from €50
1 other location in Dublin South for Dunboyne Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic.
Physiotherapy at Home

Physiotherapy at Home

34 Suncroft Park, Tallaght, Dublin
4.4 / 5  Excellent
from 3 users
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Kevin Campbell Physical/Neuromuscular Therapist - Kevin Campbell
I had always been interested in healing throughout my adult life, but was not ready to explore it until recent years. Up until 2004, I worked in a job which held little stimulation for me and I lived mainly for  weekends. When I was made redundant in 2004 , I decided to use the opportunity to finally follow my dream. I began by studying Neuro-Muscular Therapy and Sports Massage, because of my keen interest in football, and enjoyed the courses immensely. During my first year as a qualified Neuro-Muscular therapist, I developed a strong interest in Reiki healing, and qualified as a Reiki and Seichim Master in 2007.  I found that many aspects of my life began to change in a positive way, and still continue to change. After completing all the levels of Reiki/Seichim, I went on to do further  energy work with Kathleen Milner (founder of Tera-Mai Reiki), including working with Sakara and Cahokia energies. While working part-time as a Sports Massage and Reiki therapist, I returned to College, this time to study Naturopathy. I was interested in learning in-depth about topics including Bach Flower Remedies, Tissue Salts and Iridology, so that I could integrate this knowledge into my Energy Healing and Sports Massage practice. In the recent years since I began to follow my heart, and to do what I truly loved, I have achieved more  than I had in all my years up to that point. As well as achieving my qualifications in the various therapies, I was also accepte
Myofascial Release  
Deep Tissue Massage €55 - €65
Sports Massage €55 - €65
Neuro-Muscular/Sports MassageTherapy is a treatment that utilizes specific massage therapyand flexibility stretching to eliminate the causes of most neuromuscularpain patterns. This specific and scientific approach to the treatment of muscularpain brings about balance between the musculo-skeletal system and the nervoussystem. Neuro-MuscularTherapy enhances the function of joints, muscles and movement. UsingSports Massage and a number of different techniques including MuscleEnergy Techniques, Soft Tissue Release and Positional Release on softtissue injuries, this therapy can speed up recovery, reduce scar tissueand help return an injured area to its full function. It can also be usedpost-operative, where areas of the body have become restricted due to surgery,or after a period of time in plaster, and can help return the affectedareas back to their full range of movement.  WhatConditions can Neuro-Muscular Therapy Treat?  Conditionsthat can be successfully treated by NMT include: Back, Neck, Arm andShoulder Pain, Hip, Knee, Leg and Foot Pain. It can also treat Scoliosis,Whiplash, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sciatica, Tendonitis, Spasms, Cramps,Strains, Postural Distortion and Repetitive Strain Injury .
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