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Réiltín is available for One to One Physiotherapy Treatments. Usual Working Hours Apply and Appointments Available Daily.

New measures are in place in line with advice and guidance from The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Call Réiltín and discuss these changes before your appointment.

Video Tour of Physiotherapy Clinic

A hands-on approach using mobilization and massage techniques is used. Each patient is assessed individually and stretching and exercise programs are demonstrated and implemented into home exercise programs. Dry needling, Kinesio tape 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 45 minutes approximately.


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

Available 6 Days a week 


Fee per session from January 1st 2023 will be €60


  • Back Pain

  • Disc Problems

  • Postural Problems

  • Neck Pain

  • Whiplash Injury

  • Headaches

  • Head Injuries

  • Arthritic Conditions

Including but not limited to...

  • Joint Pain

  • Foot Pain

  • Ligament / Cartilage Damage

  • Tendonitis

  • Muscle Strains

  • Sports Injuries

  • Pediatric Conditions

  • Stress Inuries from Running / Marathon / Swimming / Triathlon

  • Neurological Disorders

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Stroke Rehabilitation

  • OccupationalOveruse Problems

  • Workplace Injuries

  • Post-operative Rehabilitation

  • Women's Health Issues


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Antenatal Care

Our chartered physiotherapists are trained in treating pain during pregnancy. Neck and shoulder tension can be relieved by treatments in alternate side lying. We use bio oil for treatments during pregnancy. We can alleviate pelvis, hip and spinal pain as tension increases on ligaments and joints throughout pregnancy. An exercise program can be designed to address individual needs.

Post Natal

Much physiotherapy work can be done soon after birth. Lower back and pelvic pain can be treated using many of our techniques. Pilates classes are a great way on gently mobilising the spine and pelvis. Pilates will also gradually strengthen weakened tummy muscles following pregnancy. Postural advice and footwear is also essential during this time. Many new mothers benefit from massage of spinal muscles to reduce tension and pain.

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