Currently, Orla is taking a short break from her Chartered Physiotherapy clinic after the birth of her first baby! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified of her return to Physiotherapy. Yoga classes have resumed. Timetable available under Yoga, Class Timetables.
Most common conditions diagnosed and treated include:
- back pain
- neck pain
- leg pain commonly referred to as sciatica
- runners knee
- tennis and golfers elbow
- post operative rehabilitation, including hip and knee replacement and cruciate ligament (ACL) rehabilitation
- ligament strains
- shoulder pain
- sports injuries
- pre and post natal musculoskeletal issues
Chartered Physiotherapists are recognised and covered by Ireland’s health insurance schemes. Contact your health insurance provider to quantify how much of your physiotherapy bill can be reimbursed.
Other insurance plans such as the Garda Medical, Prisons Officers Medical Aid and ESB Medical Schemes offer attractive reimbursement rates. You should refer to your insurance plan for further details.
Tax relief may be obtained on Chartered Physiotherapy fees in excess of €100. This is done by completing a Med I form at the end of the tax year and submitting it to the Revenue Commissioners.