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Get Back Pain Relief Today From a Chartered Physiotherapist


125,000 Patients Treated

Since 2007 we have treated over 125,000 patients in our clinics across Ireland. These patients have given us a 93% satisfaction rating through internal feedback and through online review sites.

Fully Insured

All 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. 

Back Pain Treatments

Due to the high level of education and continuous professional development our Chartered Physiotherapist have received, they can be responsive to your back pain problem in order to recommend a range of treatment options.

Highly Trained

Our Physios have all been university trained to the highest standards and all of those who treat back pain have completed intensive and highly focused training and courses.  

Our Physiotherapists have a great deal of specific clinical experience in the treatment of back pain and back injuries. They will work through a number of treatment options to make sure you’re back to 100% as quickly as possible.
— Anne McGoldrick, Director of Medical Services, The Physio Company

How We can help With Back Pain

Back pain can be caused by problems with discs, joints, muscles and ligaments. It is most often the result of acute trauma / injury, poor postural habits and the accumulation of physical stress on the spine but there are other causes of back pain such as inflammation, and rarer, more serious problems such as progressive diseases affecting bones and joints.

As there are several causes of back pain, our Physiotherapists are trained to diagnose problems in the joints and soft tissues of the body and will carry out a comprehensive assessment and treatment plan for your particular problem. Treatment may involve deep tissue massage, dry needling, postural advice or exercises.


Back Pain Conditions We Treat:

  • Lower Back Pain
  • Upper Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Disc Bulge
  • Degenerative Changes
  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Poor Posture
  • Sprains & Muscle Spasm
  • Mechanical Problems
  • Conditions & Diseases