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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 50 users
8.0
Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic - Rachel Chambers

Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic

Suite 20, 3rd Floor, 29-30 Dame Street, Dublin 2, D02A025
4.8 from 6 verified reviews
Empowering Health and Well-Being Specialist Massage Treatments to get you back on your feet. Dublin Therapeutic Massage Clinic offers relief from pain, injury, limited mobility, stress and minor health problems through detailed consultation, spending time getting to know you, utilizing effective therapeutic massage styles and holistic treatments and by emphasising the importance of on-going self-care. Advanced Therapists We ensure all our therapists are qualified in at least sports massage including a firm understanding of myofascial release, orthopaedic massage and body mechanics, combined with other holistic treatments such as lymph drainage massage, relaxation full body massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, and Reiki. This means that all our therapists are well rounded and able to provide treatments and advice in various aspects of your health. Our therapists are all fully insured and are members of Irish Massage Therapists Association and Irish Reflexology Institute Ltd. as relevant, so you can claim money back through your health insurers. On-Going Care Our mission statement puts your health and well-being at the core of our business. At all times we aim to give you, relief from pain, injury, limited mobility, stress and minor health issues, but more importantly to give you the tools and coping mechanisms to maintain this improvement and move forward on your own. We will always be here to help but we should not be your only, long-term
Myofascial Release from €80
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 €80
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 €80
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).
12 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 39 users
8.5
Glasnevin Physical Therapy - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Glasnevin Physical Therapy

113 Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin, Dublin 9
4.8 from 7 verified reviews
Will return againMary, Ireland, 22 02 22

Enjoyed my deep massage with Lisa and will return again. She gave me exercises etc. Thanks Lisa.

Myofascial Release from €55
Deep Tissue Massage from €65
Back Pain Treatment  
19 more treatments
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Joseph Devlin Neuromuscular Therapy - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Joseph Devlin Neuromuscular Therapy

8 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Monasterevin
For more information about Joseph Devlin Neuromuscular Therapy in Pembroke please contact the clinic.
Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling  
Deep Tissue Massage  
11 more treatments
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EMI Physical & Sports Therapy - Massage Clinic in Ireland

EMI Physical & Sports Therapy

Dublin Holistic Centre, 28 South William St., Dublin, 2
For more information about EMI Physical & Sports Therapy in Grafton St and South William St please contact the clinic.
Myofascial Release from €50
Deep Tissue Massage from €60
Full Body Massage from €80
7 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 42 users
7.4
BodyRight Chartered Physiotherapy Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

BodyRight Chartered Physiotherapy Clinic

18 Berkeley St, Phibsboro, Dublin 7
Our team of highly skilled Chartered Physiotherapists specialise in a broad range of Physiotherapy treatments and condtions.  BodyRight Physiotherapists can assess and analyse the effect of injury, inactivity, illness and disability on your functional ability. This may be the result of conditions including respiratory, cardiovascular, orthorpaedic or neurological.We design a treatment programme specifically for you based on your functional ability and personal aims or goals.Progress will be regularly reviewed and treatment modified to help you achieve the best outcome possible. Other Treatments available at BodyRight Physiotherapy include: - Pilates classes held in our modern studio, designed for those with back/neck pain and other injuries. - Dublin City's first Cryotherapy Ice Spa for sports injury and recovery. - Hand Therapy Clinic with Occupational Therapist and Hand Specialist Kathleen Devlin Rooney - Podiatry Clinic with Isobel Guckian of Feet Savers   
Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling €55
An effective therapy for the treatment of myofascial trigger points and requires highly specialised training.
Deep Tissue Massage  
23 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 27 users
6.6
Miracles of Hijama Cupping Therapy MHT Ireland - Holistic Health Clinic in Ireland

Miracles of Hijama Cupping Therapy MHT Ireland

Bank house 331 south circular road D8, dublin, D08 FH3E
4.9 from 6 verified reviews
Important Note Dublin-Sat Sun Mon 9am to 6:30pm Limerick - Mon Tue Th Fri 9am to 6:30pm Available by appointment only   We offer Hijama treatment professionally by fully qualified Hijama Therapists in Ireland.This is the first time Hijama/Cupping Therapy has been available in Ireland by miracles of hijama therapy (MHT) Ireland.                                           Our aim to provide natural healthy living according to the Sunnah Hijama is performed on the surface of the skin with light scratches, the body produces many toxins and pathogen, as a person gets older the immune system gets weaker, making it easy for diseases to build up. If you can make it easy for blood to circulate by taking these harmful substances out from your system, your organs will function better. We like to think of the blood cells as little soldiers at work, if we can help them by getting rid of harmful toxins it will make their lives a lot easier. Underneath your skin harmful toxins, pathogen and dead blood cells build up and hijama is the fastest way to detoxify your body. . Hijama helps in detoxifying the blood and stimulating the formation of new blood. We suffer from increased accumulation of toxins as we age that stem from poor diet and our lifestyle as well as pharmaceutical drugs resulting in different diseases. Before Hijama TreatmentAll patients must arrive at least 15-20 minutes’ prior for preparation and to fill out forms.If you have any illness or t
Myofascial Release up to €65
Dry Needling up to €65
Deep Tissue Massage up to €75
16 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 139 users
7.2
River Holistic Centre - Holistic Health Clinic in Ireland

River Holistic Centre

10 Main Street, Raheny Village, Dublin 5
4.7 from 16 verified reviews
The therapist was extremely knowledgeable and professionalBarbara, Ireland, 06 09 22

Really appreciate that I was contacted quickly after leaving a voicemail to fit me in for an appointment on that day which was badly needed. I had a deep tissue massage which was extremely helpful towards my painful back. The therapist was extremely knowledgeable and professional. I will definitely be going back very soon.

Myofascial Release  
Osteopath Consultation  
Stresses and strains can accumulate over time and symptoms may begin somewhat insidiously. The Osteopath works with structural imbalances that are present in the body to restore a state of physical balance. Patients often report improvement in many areas of their health. Most people associate osteopathy with back and spinal care for which it can prove to be an effective solution for helping with associated pain. Mechanical problems in the structure of the body can not only lead to aches or pains in the joints, tissues, muscles etc. but it can also lead to disturbances in the internal organs and the way they work. Irregular function may impair blood circulation or lymphatic drainage, and disrupt the nerve supply to any part of the body, thus having a detrimental effect on health. Osteopaths use a wide range of “hands on” techniques to identify, diagnose and treat dysfunction in the body in order to restore the body’s structure and function to a state of balance so that the healing process can be accelerated, thereby improving vitality and general health. Osteopathy does far more than care for back pain and postural irregularities. It also deals with a wide array of issues such as: migrainesheadachesdigestive problemsperiod problemsrespiratory problemsvulnerability to infections due to a depleted immune systemIt has a calming affect on the nervous system and can help with fatigue, mood swings or depression, disturbed sleep. It can help people resolve emotional issues such as anger, grief, depression.
Paediatric Osteopathy  
1 more treatment
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 19 users
7.7
John Shevlin Pain & Injury Specialist - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

John Shevlin Pain & Injury Specialist

Swan Leisure, Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
4.9 from 4 verified reviews
Went through my history and any injuries I have had. Very thorough investigationMaree, Dublin, 02 08 18

Went with hip pain and misaligned pelvis. Went through my history and any injuries I have had. Very thorough investigation. Very happy with service and hopefully will sort my problem. Would definitely recommend this clinic.

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.
13 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 19 users
7.3
LEAF physical therapy and sports injury clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

LEAF physical therapy and sports injury clinic

220 Harold's Cross Rd, Harold's Cross, Dublin, D6w
4.5 from 2 verified reviews
LEAF Physical Therapy is a leader in muscular skeletal injuries, rehabilitation and dry needling. Physical therapy is a holistic and patient-centred approach focusing on the manual treatment of t he soft tissue – muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and analysing the effect of spinal and joint impact. Therapists use highly skilled, hands-on techniques to diagnose, prevent or treat underlying conditions and problems. It is based on health science principles and works alongside other health care practices.Physical therapy treatments are founded on a tradition which recognises and values the healing properties of touch. It is proven as being very safe, non-invasive and is of course, drug free. Each treatment is individually tailored. The therapist, after carefully noting your history will consider psychological, social and environmental factors in devising a treatment plan and in suggesting appropriate changes to lifestyle, work practice or exercise. L.E.A.F Physical therapy clinic also specialises in pitch side assistance and first aid for all sports at all levels. GAA, Rugby, soccer and all sports catered for with an expert level in professional taping.Common Musculoskeletal conditions treated: O.A (Arthritis) HeadachesRepetitive strainsBack painWhiplashElbow & shoulder painHip & kneeAnkle sprainPlantar fasciitisChronic painFibromyalgiaTennis & Golfers ElbowSports InjuriesMuscle tears & strainsSprained ligamentsGroin strainRunner’s knee / Jumpers kneeAchilles tendo
Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling €49 - €50
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage from €50
29 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 16 users
6.1
Foleys Physio -  Robert Foley

Foley's Physio

8 Cypress Park, Templeogue, Dublin 6W
4.4 from 1 verified review
Welcome to Foley's Physio Foley's Physio is a private physiotherapy clinic run by Robert Foley. Robert is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Robert graduated in 2009  with an hons degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and has a previous hons degree in Sports Science and Health from Dublin City University. Robert has treated a wide variety of patient types and has worked in a number of different settings including acute hospital, rehabilitation, aged care and private practice. Robert has been working in private practice since 2009, he also spent 2 years working in the National Rehab Hospital in Dun Laoghaire where he was involved in the brain injury, spinal injury and amputee programmes. Robert also spent 6 months working in a large aged care facility in Australia. Robert treats all types of patients but specialises in sports injuries and other musculoskeletal issues. Robert has a background in tennis. He has played since he was 6 years old and represented his school, province and country as a junior. He has also been involved with the junior national squad as a coach and physical trainer.
Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling up to €50
Dry needling is an adjunct treatment that is not usually done in isolation. An acupuncture needle is used to break up painful trigger points or "knots" that may causes pain locally or refer somewhere else on the body. It is a very effective treatment that has become very popular in both the sports world and the corporate world.
Deep Tissue Massage  
26 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 12 users
6.1
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
5.0 from 1 verified review
Dynamic Physiotherapy Clinic is situated in the heart of Dublin Docklands.  Treatments available include Peripheral Joint Manipulation, Posture Management and Whiplash. The clinic specialise in Sports injures, back and neck pain, orthotics and biomechanical assessment, Acupuncture and Physiotherapy.  Open early until late 08:00 - 20:00 on Mon - Thu. 08:00 - 17:00 Fri. Saturday appointments are also available. Appointments guaranteed within 24 hours. Walk-in also available.
Myofascial Release  
Dry Needling  
Deep Tissue Massage  
29 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 9 users
7.0
The Physio Studio Donnybrook - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

The Physio Studio Donnybrook

8 The Mall, Donnybrook Road, Donnybrook
Donnybrook Physiotherapy and Sport’s Injury Clinic is a state of the art Physiotherapy Clinic located in the heart of Donnybrook. The clinic uses the most up to date techniques of musculoskeletal manipulation and rehabilitation exercises. A thorough assessment of the patient combined with a personalised treatment plan is the key to our success in treatment and rehabilitation of each client. The Physio Studio also offers Pilates Classes at beginners and intermediate levels, Yoga classes for beginners and intermediate levels and commencing on the 24th of February there will also be Prenatal Yoga Classes.
Myofascial Release  
Deep Tissue Massage  
Back Pain Treatment  
30 more treatments
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