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125,000 Patients Treated
Since 2007 we have treated over 125,000 patients in our 28 nationwide clinic locations. These patients have given us a 93% satisfaction rating through internal feedback and through online review sites.
All of our Chartered Physiotherapists are fully insured and regulated by the ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists). This gives you peace of mind that you are in the safest hands.
Due to the high level of education and continuous professional development our Chartered Physiotherapists understand the body better than most other therapists, giving them an advantage when it comes to treating your aches and pains.
Our Physios have all been university trained to the highest standards and all of those who offer massage treatments are trained in a variety of different massage therapies and techniques.
What is Massage and how can it Help?
Chartered Physiotherapists understand the body better than most other therapists, giving them an advantage when it comes to treating your aches and pains. Our Chartered Physiotherapists are trained in a variety of different massage therapies and techniques but in short, our massage therapy involves applying deep pressure on concentrated areas of tension and pain. Generally with muscle tension or an injury, there will be adhesions (areas of painful rigid tissue) in the muscle, ligament or tendon that cause pain and inflammation.
Our Physiotherapists have the necessary training and knowledge to get deeper into the muscle layers to break down these adhesions and restore normal muscle function as well as relieving pain. Saying that, we make sure the pressure applied is not overly uncomfortable as your comfort is important to us.
Types of Massage
Sports Massage is the use of massage for the treatment and prevention of sports injuries. Sports Massage helps; speed up injury recovery, release unwanted muscle tension, increase blood circulation & lymph flow, relieve swelling, reduce post activity fatigue, increase performance, promote flexibility and prevent future injuries.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage is a form of massage therapy that focuses on the deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue in the body. Some of the same strokes as classic massage therapy may be used, but the movement is generally slower and the pressure will be deeper and concentrated on the areas where the patient feels tension and pain.