January Special Offer.

Only €70 for 8 classes

Includes a free physiotherapy assessment and treatment.

Orthotics and Biomechanics

Langer custom made orthotics €250

Deep Tissue
Back Massage.

Only €40

One to One Pilates.

Only €30

Two to One pilates €20

Sports Massage Vouchers.

Great Gift Idea

Med 1 approved.

GAA injuries.
Soccer injuries
Tennis injuries
Gym injuries

Pilates Yearly Membership.

Only €350

Unlimited Classes

 

Welcome to Athy and Newbridge Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinics.

At our clinics we adapt a hands-on approach using mobilization and massage techniques. Each patient is assessed individually and stretching and exercise programs are demonstrated and implemented into home exercise programs. Dry needling and other techniques are used where appropriate. Arnica massage balm is used for most treatments and is available to purchase from the clinics. Each treatment lasts 30 – 40 minutes approximately.

Progress for each patient is reviewed regularly and where appropriate referrals to other health care professional are used. For your benefit, communication is kept with GPs at all times and progress reports are written to GPs/ Consultants upon discharge.

“One to One” Pilates available in our studio

Pilates suitable for all ages, sports and hobbies

Conditions treated include:

  • Back pain
  • Disc problems
  • Postural problems
  • Neck pain
  • Whiplash injury
  • Headaches
  • Head injuries
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Joint pain
  • Foot pain
  • Ligament / cartilage damage
  • Tendonitis
  • Muscle strains
  • Sports injuries
  • Pediatric conditions
  • StressRunning/marathon
    swimming triathlon injuries
  • Neurological disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Occupational overuse problems
  • Workplace injuries
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Women’s health issues

Pilates is a mind-body exercising technique that emphasizes the importance of beginning a movement from a central core of stability, the low back/pelvic area.

From this central core, Pilates works by adjusting the intensity of each exercise through various arm and leg movements, coupled with appropriate breathing control. The exercises consist of strengthening, mobility and stretching movements.

Injuries, such as back pain, can be caused by muscle imbalances in the body and by repetitive patterns of movement. If a person has a weakness in an area, they may overcompensate or overdevelop another area in order to achieve a certain movement.

By concentrating on precision of movement, awareness of breath control and a continuing flowing movement, the exerciser will be able to alter abnormal patterns of movement and achieve a carry over into daily function and life.

Physiotherapy and Pilates focuses on the importance of a balanced aligned body and is devoted to correcting muscle imbalances in the back and limbs, progressing towards a more functional lifestyle

Antenatal pilates 1-1 or 2-1 available

Monday 8.15pm – Intermediate

Tuesday 10.00am – Beginners

Tuesday 11.00am – Pure Beginners

Wednesday 7.15pm – Pure Beginners

Wednesday 8.15pm – Intermediates

Thursday 10.00am – Improvers

Improves core stability and strength

Improves back pain

Prevents Injury

Improves sports injuries

Improves performance

Longer leaner muscles

Postural correction

Neck tension and headaches