Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we are offering telehealth consultations and online classes only. We are still available to our clients by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by phone (0404-49781), or you can book a telehealth appointment through the book online tab above.
Specialists in managing back and neck pain, sports injuries, post-op rehabilitation, physical therapy and muscle and joint injuries, we are dedicated to improving your injury or problem as quickly as we can, while ensuring we keep it that way for the long term.
We are covered by all Private Health Insurance companies, such as VHI, Laya, and Irish Life Health. We are also a designated centre for the Irish Life Health “Back up” scheme, entitling you to up to 8 free physiotherapy sessions if you are a member.
Why not book an appointment today using our online booking system above, or have a read about our services, including our Back-Care Pilates classes.
BACK CARE PILATES
Extensive free parking outside.
We are a proud member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists.
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“Best physiotherapy clinic in Wicklow! Really refreshing to find somewhere so professional and who know exactly what they’re talking about. They did a fantastic job diagnosing, treating and setting up my continued recovery for a nasty shoulder injury.” – Conor Stanley
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