Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury Carlow County

All 5 Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury Clinics in Carlow County

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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 35 users
8.0
Power Physiotherapy - compiling

Power Physiotherapy

1 Presetation Place, College Street, Carlow, R93 P7W2
5.0 from 2 verified reviews
Very professionalLynn, Ireland, 30 08 20

Found power physio very prompt to answer my query & very happy with the outcome. Very professional.

Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
Physiotherapist Consultation from €60
Dry Needling  
28 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 28 users
7.0
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.
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
Biomechanical assessment  
Posture Management  
4 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 39 users
6.8
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
Treatment to lower back excellentEddiedonohoe, Ireland, 28 12 16

Treatment to lower back excellent. Seems to listen and understand the problem immediately .very reasonable charge and would of course recommend him

Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury up to €30
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Sports Therapy up to €30
20 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 9 users
6.1
Maria Malone Injury Rehabilitation - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Maria Malone Injury Rehabilitation

Drummond House, Pembroke, Carlow Town
For more information about Maria Malone Injury Rehabilitation in Carlow town please contact the clinic.
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
Physiotherapist Consultation up to €40
Sports Therapy  
6 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 13 users
7.4
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.
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
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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