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Dublin Osteopathy

Dublin Osteopathy

Show Phone NumberSuite 12 Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau St, DublinIreland
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday12:00 - 21:00
Wednesday09:00 - 18:00
Thursday12:00 - 21:00
Friday09:00 - 18:00
Saturday
Sunday
Prices from €50 - Enquire for a fast quote from Dublin Osteopathy.

Popular Treatments

Osteopath Consultation €50 - €70
Back Pain Treatment
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Posture Management
Paediatric Osteopathy €50 - €70
Cranial Osteopathy €50 - €70
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About Dublin Osteopathy

Dublin Osteopathy offers structural and cranial osteopathy for adults, babies and children in a convenient city centre location.

Safe and effective treatment for...

- Back Pain

- Pregnancy related pain (Pelvic pain, back pain, sciatica)

- Babies (Plagiocephaly, digestive problems, unsettled babies) 

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Accreditations

  • OCI - Osteopathic Council of Ireland (Ireland) 
  • GOsC - General Osteopathic Council (UK) 

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Osteopathy

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Public transport accessPatient bathroom

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Text message remindersOpen weekends

Osteopathy

€50 - €70
Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy is an extremely gentle form of treatment that is suitable for babies, children and adults.

Cranial Osteopathy works to release the strains within the skull bones, the membranes connecting them and other bones throughout the body. By allowing these bones and membranes to move freely the body is able to relax and nerve function can be restored helping to alleviate symptoms of discomfort.

€50 - €70
Osteopath Consultation

Osteopathy is a holistic approach to the human body that uses a wide range of techniques and principles to treat the musculo-skeletal system and other functional disorders of the body.

Osteopathic treatment is not confined to only bones and muscles. It looks at the inter-relationships of all the bodys systems, including the musculoskeletal, respiratory and digestive systems, bringing together all the pieces of a puzzle to diagnose and treat the whole person. Osteopathy aims to address the cause of your problem and not just the presenting signs and symptoms.

The gentle, holistic approach of Osteopathy makes it suitable to treat people of all age groups including infants, children, pregnant women, adults, the elderly and many more.

There are a broad range of Osteopathic techniques and each are chosen specifically for your individual complaint. They may include gentle joint articulation or manipulation, stretching, ligament balancing and cranial techniques. All techniques aim to restore balance and function to the body allowing it to be better able to deal with the problems it is experiencing.

€50 - €70
Paediatric Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy is an extremely gentle form of treatment that is suitable from birth and all though childhood.

Cranial Osteopathy works to release the strains within the skull bones, the membranes connecting them and other bones throughout the body. By allowing these bones and membranes to move freely the body is able to relax and nerve function can be restored helping to alleviate symptoms of discomfort.

In babies Osteopathic treatment can help to relieve the symptoms of colic, wind and reflux, help a baby who has difficulty turning their head one way, relax an unsettled child and help improve sleep patterns. Any one of these issues could have a physiological basis treatable with gentle osteopathic techniques.

Physiotherapy

 
Posture Management
 
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
 
Whiplash

Chiropractic

 
Back Pain Treatment
 
Spinal Manipulation
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Ms Audrey Trigg

Specialisations:
  Osteopathy
Biography:

Audrey Trigg, Registered Osteopath, qualified with a degree in Applied Science (Clinical Science) and a degree in Osteopathic Science from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia in 2004.

Audrey Trigg, Registered Osteopath, qualified with a degree in Applied Science (Clinical Science) and a degree in Osteopathic Science from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia in 2004.

After graduation Audrey, looking for a new challenge, moved to Ireland and since then has gained valuable experience in a number of multidiciplinary clinics in Dublin, Co. Clare and Northern Ireland.

In January 2010 Audrey opened her own consulting rooms within the Dublin Holistic Centre on South William St in Dublin 2. Dublin Osteopathy began with appointments available just one day a week and has now grown into a thriving full-time business.


Audrey uses a broad range of osteopathic techniques, including Cranial Osteopathy , to help patients of all ages. Audrey has a passion for women and childrens health and has spent the last 5 years treating and broadening her knowledge within these areas.

Audrey has completed numerous post-graduate studies, including many pregnancy related courses, visceral obstetrics and gynaecology, cranial osteopathy, visceral osteopathy and paediatric osteopathy . These courses combined with her thorough university training allow for safe and gentle treatment of babies and adults alike.

As well as having a particular interest in women and childrens health, Audrey has great success in general practice for complaints such as back pain, neck pain and headaches.

Audrey is Registered with the General Osteopathic Council (UK) as well as being a member of the Osteopathic Council of Ireland.

Mr Damian Gargan

Specialisations:
  Osteopathy
Biography:

B.App.Sc(Clin.Sc)/B.Ost.Sc

Member Osteopathic Council of Ireland

 

Damian Gargan graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, with a double degree in Applied Science (Clinical Science) and Osteopathy in 2005.

 

Damien initially worked in rural Australia before taking the opportunity to move to Dublin in 2007 where he practised for 3 years. During this time he also began to lecture, believing it added further to his practice skills and allowed him to become a more rounded practitioner.

 

For the past 2 years, Damian has been practicing in Melbourne, Australia where he has gained for experience in areas such as treatment of the elderly and chronic pain syndromes.

 

Damian has always been a keen sportsman, and this interest has transferred into his work with a genuine passion for getting people active again. Along with sports related treatment, Damian has enjoyed much success in the treatment of back pain, migraines/headaches and treatment of the elderly.

 

Damian treats with a traditional approach and uses a variety of techniques to help decrease pain levels and improve body function. These techniques include manipulation, soft tissue, functional and indirect techniques.

 

Damian prides himself on being able to tailor treatments to best suit patients particular needs, thus providing them with the best possible treatment.

 

Damian is a member of the Osteopathic Council of Ireland.

Show Phone NumberSuite 12 Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau St, DublinIreland