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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 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.


Sports Massage Specialists

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. 


Highly Trained

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.

Our Physiotherapists are trained in a variety of different massage therapies and techniques. 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

What is a sports massage and how can it help me?

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. All of our Chartered Physiotherapists are trained in the most recent sports massage techniques to ensure we can provide our patients with instant relief and results that last. 

Some of the techniques that we train our Physios to use during our Sports Massage service are Swedish massage, cross-fibre friction massage, deep compression massage, trigger point therapy and stretching. The techniques chosen by the Physio would depend on the reason for the massage, whether it is used during training, before or after events, during a maintenance period, to enhance performance or to promote healing post-injury.

Depending on the reason for giving massage and the type of massage used, this treatment can be given to stimulate circulation, aid drainage, mobilise the soft tissues, or to produce a sedative effect. We always recommend to patients that a 30 minute not a 60 minute massage is enough. In that time you can expect immediate relief and lasting results.

Sports Massage Can Help With:

  • Ankle Injury
  • Back Pain
  • Groin Injury
  • Hamstring Injuries
  • Knee Problems
  • Muscle Tears
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Repetitive Strain Injury

  • How Much Does A sports massage It Cost?

    The price of a 30 minute assessment and consultation is €55. A discounted rate of €45 applies to students, medical card holders and preferred customers.

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