Baggot Street Physiotherapy Clinic
We have a great team of Chartered Physiotherapists in our Baggot Street Clinic waiting to help you. With us you can be confident you are in good hands as we only employ fully qualified, licensed and insured Chartered Physiotherapists. We also promise an excellent experience with no waiting lists, no hanging around and no excess talking or confusing jargon. So let us, help you feel better, it's what we are here for.
Physiotherapy Treatment - €55 (30 to 40 mins)
Students / Medical Card Holders - €45 (30 to 40 mins)
Orthotics / Custom made Orthotics - €45 / €245
|Monday - Friday||8am to 8pm|
|Saturday:||9am to 5pm|
*Please note, opening times can vary between clinics
Our Baggot Street clinic is located on Lower Baggot Street in Dublin 2, opposite Larry Murphy’s Pub/Café Sol and above Bennett & Nolan’s Newsagents.
112C Lower Baggot St,
"I went to the clinic after visits to two other physios with an on going neck problem. After my first visit with Eoghan, I had immediate results. I couldn't speak higher of the clinic and the service."
"I went to Eoghan and was very impressed. The recovery program given to me was very specific. This got me back playing rugby and swinging the golf club like never before. "
"I found Caroline to be an excellent physio, very professional and courteous. I had been suffering from back pain which she treated and gave excellent advice and aftercare."
Our Baggot Street Chartered Physiotherapists
Eoghan O'Sullivan, Chartered Physiotherapist
Eoghan is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists).
Eoghan specialises in musculoskeletal injuries, sports medicine and exercise therapy and has a particular interest in shoulder rehabilitation, low back pain and strength and conditioning.
Jack Kavanagh, Chartered Physiotherapist
Jack is a physiotherapist who graduated with an Honours degree from University College Dublin and has since completed post-graduate training in dry needling and Pilates. He has a keen interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation and has recently returned from New Zealand where he spent three years working in the private sector.