Santry Physiotherapy Clinic
We have a great team of chartered physiotherapists in our Santry 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.
Our Fees (Correct as of 01/01/2018)
Physiotherapy Treatment - €60 (30 mins)
Physiotherapy Treatment - €85 (45 mins)
Students / Medical Card Holders - €50 (30 mins)
Orthotics / Custom made Orthotics - €45 / €245
30 minute home visit appointment - €105 (includes travel time)
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 Santry clinic is located within Affidea Northwood, Northwood Business Park in Santry.
Northwood Business Park,
Getting To The Clinic
Take the first right into the car park for Building 1
Press the buzzer at the entrance to the car park and get instructions from security.
Affidea Northwood is located on the ground floor of Building 1 to the right
Our Santry Chartered Physiotherapists
Roisin Gleeson, Chartered Physiotherapist
Roisin is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapy. She obtained her degree in Physiotherapy from University College Dublin. Roisin is committed to CPD and has obtained post graduate qualifications in numerous specialities including acupuncture, Pilates and orthopaedic medicine. She also successfully completed “Manipulation and Manual therapy of the Spinal and Peripheral joints”( MACP Belfast 1993).