Biomechanical assessment Carlow County

All 5 Biomechanical assessment Clinics in Carlow County

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.6 Excellent
from 21 users
Physiotherapy Carlow - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Physiotherapy Carlow

Riona Ni Mhuireartaigh, 35 Dublin Street, Carlow Town
5.0 from 5 verified reviews
Good valuePatrick, Carlow, 13 01 15

I was very pleased with the physiotherapist, who was thorough and good value. She gave very good advice and took the time to make sure everything was right. I would certainly recommend this physiotherapist.

Biomechanical assessment  
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Stroke Rehabilitation  
20 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.6 Very Good
from 19 users
Carlow Chiropractic Clinic - Chiropractic Clinic in Ireland

Carlow Chiropractic Clinic

Carlow Gateway Business Centre, Athy Road, Carlow
4.9 from 3 verified reviews
Heather MacInnis works at Carlow Chiropractic Clinic, a Chiropractic Clinic located in Carlow town centre.
Biomechanical assessment  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
Posture Management  
4 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
6.3 Good
from 32 users
Back In Line Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Back In Line Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic

Spellman Park, Kildavin, Carlow
4.7 from 3 verified reviews
Very pleasedRichie, kildavin, 28 01 15

Very pleased with the service.

Biomechanical assessment €30
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury up to €30
20 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.0 Very Good
from 3 users
Complete FootCare Clinic - Carlow - General Practice in Ireland

Complete FootCare Clinic - Carlow

Complete Footcare Clinic, Centric Health,Shamrock Plaza, Carlow
 Complete Footcare Clinic is a comprehensive footcare clinic dealing in all aspects of footcare for the past 18yrs . Our Services Full Chiropody Service Custom Orthotics treating Foot Knee Back Pains. Footwear Specialist in Comfort / Orthopaedic and Wide Fit Shoes. Richie Brace Ankle Foot Orthotics
Biomechanical assessment  
Orthopaedic, Comfort and widefitting footwear  
At Complete Footcare Orthotics Clinic we have been specialising in top quality prescription made custom orthotics for adults and children for the past 18 years. We are also one of the vey few clinics in Ireland specialising in Richie Brace ankle foot orthotics and Dafo ankle foot orthotics for children. Both are quality AFO's that are prescription made devices to treat chronic conditions of the foot and ankle .
Cryotherapy  
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.4 Very Good
from 13 users
Physio Carlow - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Physio Carlow

Askea, Carlow, Carlow
4.8 from 4 verified reviews
Our mission is to resolve symptoms quickly as well as treating the underlying cause. Whatever your age, choice of lifestyle or sporting activity, it's good to know that there is a team of experienced highly trained Chartered Physiotherapists at hand whenever the need arises. Clint Wilkie and Stephen Armstrong are dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems, including neck and back problems, sports injuries, headaches, occupational related disorders and can provide post-operative rehabilitation. We offer one to one Pilates sessions with treatment complemented by the use of the Pilates Reformer machine which is extremely valuable in resolving spinal stability problems. The clinic can offer early and late appointment times to suit your availability. We look forward to providing high quality, comprehensive assessment and treatment for you.
Biomechanical assessment up to €50
Orthotics Carlow provide state of the art, custom-made orthotics to support you in your recovery from injury, prevent injury or if you require help with a foot related disorder… Why Orthotics? Poor foot mechanics can cause foot pain and unnecessary stresses further up the body, resulting in knee, hip pain, back pain, and even neck pain. Custom made orthotics address the imbalances caused by improper foot function. The orthotics are engineered to your specific needs, after a biomechanical assessment and computerized gait scan has taken place. Tog Custom made orthotics work on your feet much like glasses work on your eyes- they reduce stress and strain on your body by bringing your feet back into proper alignment. Custom made Orthotics are designed in such a way that they fit comfortably like an insole in your shoe and but have the advantage of having been custom made for exact imprints of your feet. Custom made Tog orthotics are biomechanical medical appliances which are made to correct your own specific foot imbalances rather than the generic off the shelf model which is not specific to your problem.    By working with the industry leaders in orthotics –Tog Orthotics International; we partnered with an orthotic manuufactuter with a track record of providing orthotics to elite athletes at the highest level, with a  lifetime guarantee against orthotic shell damage guaranteeing a durable premium product. Gait ScanOur Gaitscan system offers the most advanced method of analysing the distribution of force through the feet, whilst standing and walking. Recording over a million points of data, the scanning devices provide<
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Dry Needling  
Dry needling is the insertion of sterile single use acupuncture needles directly into myofascial (muscular) trigger points.  Trigger points are tight, tender knots within the muscle which cause and contribute to pain within the body.  Research studies have shown that inserting such needles into trigger points causes favourable biochemical changes within the body, which help reduce pain. Although dry needling uses the same needles as acupuncture, it is not the same technique.  Dry needling is strictly based upon Western medicine principles of treating myofascial trigger points, which are different to traditional acupuncture points. Dry needling can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal problems as the treatment of muscles with this technique can reduce pain mechanisms and break down pain cycles. It is best used in combination with the specific rehabilitation programme as prescribed by your physiotherapist.
30 more treatments
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