Waterford Physiotherapy Clinic
We have a great team of chartered physiotherapists in our Waterford 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
Clinic Opening Hours*
|Monday - Friday||8am to 8pm|
|Saturday:||9am to 5pm|
*Please note, opening times can vary between clinics
Patient Services Team
Our patient services team are available Monday – Friday 8am – 7pm, Saturday 8:30am – 4:30pm. If your enquiry is urgent please call our team at 01-6799685 and we can assist you
Request An Appointment
Please use the form below to request an appointment and a member of our team will respond to you as soon as possible.
Our Chartered Physiotherapy clinic is located within Waterford Health Park - an enhanced Primary Care Centre which prides itself on being ’Your Complete Primary Health Care Service’. The health park is located on Slievekeale Road, Waterford City.
Waterford Health Park,
Our Waterford Chartered Physiotherapists
Andrew Fleet, Chartered Physiotherapist
Andrew is a fully licensed and insured Chartered Physiotherapist originally from Manchester, England. He completed his Physiotherapy degree at the University of Huddersfield and qualified in June 2015. Andrew's main area of interest is in the management of Musculoskeletal conditions and he has extensive experience in this setting in both the NHS and in the private sector.
Edward O'Byrne, Chartered Physiotherapist
Eddy is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists). Eddy studied in University College Dublin where he received his BSc in Physiotherapy. During his final year in UCD he completed his dissertation titled 'Quantifying Motor Performance with Inertial Measurement Units: A Cross Sectional Study of a Young Healthy Population', which is one of his key areas of interest.