Chronic Pain Syndrome Dublin South City Centre

All 5 Chronic Pain Syndrome Clinics in Dublin South City Centre

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Chronic Pain Syndrome prices from €60 - Enquire for a fast quote. Choose from 5 Chronic Pain Syndrome Clinics in Dublin South City Centre with 13 verified patient reviews ★ find the best one for you.

4.3 / 5  Excellent
from 39 users
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Iveagh Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Iveagh Physical Therapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Aungier St Clinic, 1st Floor, 16 Redmond Hill, Dublin, D02YK19
Rating from 5 Reviews Really pleasedPeter, Ireland, 25 09 13

Treatment for hamstring injury I was really pleased with the treatment and guidance I received from Roy. I suffered a hamstring injury, but was back on the field playing within 4 weeks.

Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Dry Needling from €50
No additional cost
15 more treatments
4.6 / 5  Outstanding
from 76 users
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Trinity Chiropractic and Natural Health Centre - Dr Jeffrey

Trinity Chiropractic and Natural Health Centre

12-14 College Green, 4th Floor, Dublin, Dublin 2
Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation up to €90
Dry Needling  
24 more treatments
4.5 / 5  Excellent
from 8 users
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Physio 64 - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Physio 64

64 Merrion Square South, Dublin 2
Rating from 1 Review Great amount of information shared - I know my body much betterGemma, Ireland, 23 01 14

Physiotherapist / Physical Therapist Consultation Have been with a few minor sports injuries and have returned to sport much quicker. Really knowledgeable physio with a clear passion for her work. Great amount of information shared - I know my body much better.

Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation up to €60
Physiotherapy, Manual Therapy, Clinical Pilates matwork and equipment, Dry needling, Real-time ultrasound, Orthotics, Occupational Health
Dry Needling  
22 more treatments
3.8 / 5  Very Good
from 1 user
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Physiotherapy at Slainte Care Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Physiotherapy at Slainte Care Clinic

Patrick Street 1-29, Dublin
Our expert Physiotherapist treats a wide range of injuries, including sports injuries, spinal pain of acute or gradual nature and orthopaedic conditions. Rehabilitation and preventive strategies are also an important part of our service to you, essential in reducing your risk of injury recurrence.  At your first appointment Eilis will take a full medical history, then a physical examination will be completed. This may include a gait analysis, mobility screen or functional movements as well as many specific physical tests. Following this manual treatment techniques will be used to treat your condition. A full rehabilitation program and management advice will be taught to you and you will have the chance to ask any questions you may have.
Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Stroke Rehabilitation  
16 more treatments
4.2 / 5  Excellent
from 34 users
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Grafton Street Physiotherapy Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Grafton Street Physiotherapy Clinic

34 Grafton St, Dublin, Dublin 2
Grafton St Physio clinic is located in the Heart of Dublin 2 and offers quality, one to one physiotherapy services.  Back care, neck, sports injuries, sprains and strains.  Any muskuloskeletal condition can be treated.  We do prescribe custom orthotics as well for those who need them.
Chronic Pain Syndrome €60 - €100
Physiotherapist Consultation
Physiotherapist Consultation up to €60
Standard session €45 - €60
30 more treatments

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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
Chronic Pain Syndrome up to €55
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Dry Needling up to €60
21 more treatments
4.6 / 5  Outstanding
from 20 users
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Rathmines Chronic Pain & Sports Injury Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Rathmines Chronic Pain & Sports Injury Clinic

Swan Leisure, Rathmines Road Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6
Rating from 3 Reviews It was value for moneyBrenda, Ireland, 11 05 14

Neck, shoulder and back Massage I was very pleased with the service provided. I had a very tense back through work and training and I would recommend going to this clinic. It was value for money.

Chronic Pain  
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.
Sports Therapy  
8 more treatments
3.6 / 5  Very Good
from 5 users
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IFSC Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

IFSC Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic

Custom House Square Medical Centre, 2 Gandon House, Mayor Street Lower, IFSC, Dublin, D 1
IFSC Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic is a Physiotherapist in IFSC. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form.
Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation up to €55
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
9 more treatments
4.7 / 5  Outstanding
from 4 users
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Mater Hospital - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Mater Hospital

The Centre for Lung Health, 56 Eccles Street, Dublin, 5
The Maypark Clinic is located on the main Malahide Road close to Donnycarney Church. It is situated on the ground floor with extensive car parking outside the main door.
Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Fertility Acupuncture  
Pain Management - Alternative Treatment  
7 more treatments
4.5 / 5  Excellent
from 30 users
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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
Rating from 2 Reviews Great treatment careDanielle, Dublin, 03 04 17

Great deep tissue massage. Good reasonable prices available too. Parking is available directly outside which is handy. Nice room and great set up.

Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation €49 - €50
Dry Needling €49 - €50
6 more treatments
3.9 / 5  Very Good
from 15 users
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The Physio Studio Donnybrook - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

The Physio Studio Donnybrook

8 The Mall, Donnybrook Road, Donnybrook
Chronic Pain Syndrome  
Physiotherapist Consultation  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
24 more treatments
4.2 / 5  Excellent
from 24 users
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New Leaf Acupuncture Clinic Kimmage - Niall OLeary

New Leaf Acupuncture Clinic Kimmage

212 Kimmage Road Lower, Dublin, Dublin 6W
Rating from 11 Reviews There was absolutely no pain, and it felt like more of a relaxing massageMarian, Ireland, 01 10 18

I had four sessions of acupuncture at this clinic. There was absolutely no pain, and it felt like more of a relaxing massage. Unfortunately, the treatment did not work. I discussed this with the therapist. It was for sciatica and nothing will actually cure this. My first impressions of the clinic were excellent. Each session lasted 45 minutes to an hour. Despite the fact that the treatment didn’t work, the therapist was excellent. I was rather nervous going in, but he really calmed me down. I actually started looking forward to the sessions. He’s marvellous. I’ve left reviews on Facebook and recommend several others.

Chronic Pain Syndrome €60
At New Leaf Acupuncture, Dublin, the aim of our treatment is to stimulate the nervous system and cause the release of neurochemical messenger molecules. The resulting biochemical changes influence the body’s homeostatic mechanisms, thus promoting physical and emotional well-being. Stimulation of certain acupuncture points has been shown to affect areas of the brain that are known to reduce sensitivity to pain and stress, as well as promoting relaxation and deactivating the ‘analytical’ brain, which is responsible for anxiety. Acupuncture also helps relieve chronic pain by stimulating nerves located in muscles and other tissues, which leads to release of endorphins and other neurohumoral factors (e.g. neuropeptide Y, serotonin), and changes the processing of pain in the brain and spinal cord
Sciatica Treatment €60
Back pain and sciatica can affect anyone at any age and most people will suffer from one condition at some point in their lives. Together, they are our country’s leading cause of disability and one of the main reasons for work-related sickness absence. Most lower back pain and sciatica is caused not by serious damage or disease, but by sprains, muscle strains, minor injuries, or a pinched or irritated nerve. It can also occur during pregnancy, or because of stress, viral infection or a kidney infection. Research has shown that acupuncture is very effective for back pain and it appears to be particularly useful as an adjunct to conventional care, for patients with more severe symptoms and for those wishing to avoid pain-killers. At New Leaf Acupuncture, Dublin, we can help back pain and sciatica by: providing pain relief – by stimulating nerves located in muscles and other tissues, acupuncture leads to release of endorphins and other neurohumoral factors and changes the processing of pain in the brain and spinal cord (Pomeranz 1987; Zhao 2008).reducing inflammation – by promoting release of vascular and immunomodulatory factors (Kim 2008, Kavoussi 2007;Zijlstra 2003).improving muscle stiffness and joint mobility – by increasing local microcirculation (Komori 2009), which aids dispersal of swelling and bruising.reducing the use of medication for back complaints (Thomas 2006).providing a more cost-effective treatment over a longer period of time (Radcliffe 2006;Witt 2006).improving the outcome when added to conventional treatments such as rehabilitation exercises (Ammendolia 2008; Yuan 2008).
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