About Us

Midleton Physiotherapy Clinic was established in 1989 and we continue to serve the community here in Midleton and surrounding areas, offering professional services including Physiotherapy, Sports Physio, Acupuncture, and Dry Needling as well as some other services.

We have many years of experience in treating a wide variety of spinal,  musculoskeletal, and sports / exercise-related injuries and problems.  We also offer services such as Orthotics foot solutions, Acupuncture, Dry Needling, and specialised Sports Injuries physiotherapy. Your recovery is our priority so professionalism and the highest standard of care are at the forefront of the clinic. We uphold standards of care that ensure your safety and help to provide you with the best possible outcome for your treatment, not just in-house but also with our additional complimentary service.

This online additional service provides you with online video exercise plans to help your recovery and maintenance if you need it. Your physiotherapist will discuss this service with you if it is required for your care.

iscplogotransparent100dpiWe are Chartered Physiotherapists with university degrees and members of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP). You can be assured of the latest up-to-date treatments in our clinic and we continually attend training courses to ensure this. We have a close working relationship with many local GPs and consultants and when necessary make onward referrals for further specialist care.

Midleton Physiotherapy Clinic is located in the heart of Midleton, at 23, St. Mary’s Road, being central to the surrounding community. Patient care and speedy recovery are at the core of our practice.

Conditions We Commonly Treat here at Midleton Physiotherapy Clinic include …

  • Neck & Back pain (both acute and persistent)
  • Sports Injuries (muscle strains, ligament sprains)
  • Shoulder (frozen shoulders, rotator cuff pain)
  • Post-operative rehabilitation (hip & knee replacements, shoulder replacements, anterior cruciate repair)
  • Work Station Related Pain (ergonomic advice)
  • Running Injuries (ITB syndrome, buttock pain, “shin splints”)
  • Headaches (can often be linked with tight neck musculature, work station postures)
  • Tendinopathy (Achilles, Rotator cuff, “tennis elbow”)
  • Foot & Ankle pain (including orthotic assessment)
  • Growing pains (Osgood Schlatter’s, Sever’s disease) to mention just a few.

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