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Dublin Spine Sports Physiotherapy

Dublin Spine Sports Physiotherapy

Show Phone NumberThe Meath Primary Care Centre, Heytesbury St, Dublin, Dublin 8Ireland
3.8 / 5  Very Good
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Saturday
Sunday
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Popular Treatments

Physiotherapist Consultation
Sports Massage
Orthotics
Pilates
Biomechanical assessment
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
Posture Management
Ergonomic Assessments and Advice
Electrotherapy
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About Dublin Spine Sports Physiotherapy

Treatment and rehabilitation specialists treat patients at this clinic in Dublin using physiotherapy. Techniques performed at the clinic are sports rehabilitation, manual therapy, electrotherapy, rehabilitation Pilates, post operative rehabilitation, posture correction and exercise therapy. Sports and work related injuries are treated at the clinic. Orthotic insoles are fitted in the clinic to improve the gait of patients. Therapeutic skincare and massage, reflexology and lymph drainage are performed. The nutrition specialists at the clinic offer general diet and nutrition improvement advice to treat a range of ailments.

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from 2 verified reviews Patient Reviews of Dublin Spine Sports Physiotherapy

"The treatment really helped with my back and brought me from not being able to get out of bed"
5 50Reviewed 21 Sep 2018 Review verified by email.
Treatment Received: Dry Needling
I had an excellent treatment. I have seen Lisa, Richard and Eileen. Richard is very good at dry needling and manipulation. The treatment really helped with my back and brought me from not being able to get out of bed.

A lovely and very clean clinic with nice staff.
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review avatarKevin Ireland
"Couldn't recommend higher!"
5 50Reviewed 12 Dec 2016 Review verified by phone and email.
Treatment Received: Physiotherapist Consultation
I had an initial assessment which Gary gave me a clear diagnosis of my injuries and what was causing it. We then made a plan based on my goals (running and tennis) and a timeline to full recovery. Gary did some treatment which consisted of hands on work showing me how to move better and which muscles to use and how, I was shown some strengthening exercises and he used some dry-needling, it's a bit like acupuncture, which I wasn't too excited about but it did relieve my symptoms. He taped my knee and foot which felt weird but it did change the way I walked almost immediately.
I returned for three further sessions which were more of the same with more exercises. It was never very difficult but I always felt I had done something.

I run and play tennis and I'd been putting off going to a physio for months until the pain in my shoulder and knee got too much. I saw Gary, one of the physios in the clinic and he had me back running and playing tennis pain-free after 4 sessions. I didn't realise I was doing myself harm by moving in certain way and being a bit weak in a few areas. Gary changed how I moved my shoulder and gave me a few exercises and I can honestly say I haven't had any pain since. I still do a few exercises for maintenance which I think I'll keep up. Couldn't recommend higher!
Treated By: Gary Total Amount Paid €60
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Jonathan Ireland
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Provides

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

 
Biomechanical assessment
 
Electrotherapy
 
Ergonomic Assessments and Advice
 
Orthotics
 
Physiotherapist Consultation
 
Pilates
 
Posture Management
 
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping

Massage Therapy

 
Sports Massage
 
Swedish Massage
Dublin Spine   Sports Physiotherapy

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Eileen Murphy

Biography:
Eileen qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1975 and graduated in sports medicine from Canada in 1979. She attended the Moscow, Los Angeles and Seoul Olympics as physiotherapist to the Irish Olympic team. She has travelled and lectured throughout Europe in the area of sports physiotherapy and has specialised in the use of manual therapy for the treatment of spine and muscular skeletal disorders for the last 20 years. She also specialises in Paediatric Biomechanics and established Dublin Spine & Sports Physiotherapy as the first dedicated exercise clinic in Ireland. She is lecturer in the masters degree course on sports medicine in Trinity College Dublin.

Margaret Ryan

Biography:
Margaret graduated from Ulster University Jordanstown in 1983 with a diploma in Physiotherapy. She has a diploma in Sports Physiotherapy 1991 from Manchester Metropolitan University. masters in Sports Medicine from Trinity College Dublin 1998. Margaret was physiotherapist to the Ireland mens national senior basketball team for ten years and previously to the junior men's basketball team. She was also physiotherapist to the Ireland world University games team on seven occasions dealing with Athletics, Soccer, Basketball, Swimming, Tennis, Fencing, Judo and Gymnastics. Professional interests include sports injuries MET (Medical Exercise Training), gym rehabilitation and Musculo-skeletal conditions.

Anne O'Callaghan

Biography:
Anne graduated from UCD in 1982 with a diploma in Physiotherapy. Her postgraduate qualifications include Northern Ireland Manipulation Diploma in 1990 and Diploma in Health Safety & Welfare at Work from UCD in 1996. She worked in Rheumatology at Beaumont Hospital and has been in private practice since 1987. Anne's special interests include rehabilitation through exercise, Medical Exercise Therapy, lower limb biomechanics, sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions and health in the workplace. Anne also runs information and exercise classes for osteoporosis and osteopenia for all ages and levels of ability.

Louise Buffini-Robinson

Biography:
Louise first qualified in massage in 1984. Since then she has qualified in Swedish, remedial, sports, pregnancy and lymph drainage massage. She has also qualified in reflexology, nutritional therapy and trained in Germany in therapeutic skin care. Louise has travelled with teams in many sports to European and World Championships and worked for Eileen Murphy’s team at the Seoul Olympics. She has also travelled with rock bands, ballet companies and the professional sports circuits with boxers, tennis players and golfers. She also works with corporate management teams. Louise opened and ran the treatment rooms at Jurys Hotel Ballsbridge for 18 years before joining the Dublin Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic. Louise gives the sports massage workshop on the M.Sc. course in sports medicine at Trinity College.
Show Phone NumberThe Meath Primary Care Centre, Heytesbury St, Dublin, Dublin 8Ireland