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Physiotherapy and Sports Physiotherapy

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a science based profession which helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

What we treat

Common conditions seen in the clinic include:

Spinal Pain (necks and backs)
Knee Pain
Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT)
Sports Injuries
Shoulder Pain
Pregnancy (Pre and Post) related pain
Foot pain
Postural problems
Chronic Pain
Post and Pre-Operative treatment
Tennis/Golfers elbow
Work related upper limb disorder (RSI)


Our Physiotherapists are experienced in a wide variety of treatment approaches including:

Motor Control Re-Education

Joint Mobilisation


Soft Tissue Therapy


a combined approach

We often use a combined approach of different treatments to suit your individual needs. Appropriate treatment for your problem will be discussed with you prior to formulating a treatment plan.

Sports Physio

Our clinic is set within Cre8 Fitness, a state of the art functional gymnasium. This is where our rehabilitation of athletes of all levels and sports take place.

Analysis of many different movements including Olympic Weightlifting, bodyweight exercises, gymnastics and running are carried out in the clinic with the premise of correcting faulty movement patterns that may be the underlying problem.

Principal physiotherapist Joseph O’Connor has combined over 20 years of clinical experience with a passion for all aspects of training, including HIIT, Crossfit, Olympic Weightlifting, running and swimming. This unique combination of clinical experience combined with an inherent understanding of these disciplines places Joseph in a position where he can combine short term treatment with long term solutions.

We have a rig with squat racks, Olympic weights and bars, kettlebells, jump boxes and Concept2 Rowing machines so regardless of your type of training we can identify the source of your problem and devise a rehabilitation protocol to suit your needs.