The physio clinic is opened from 9am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays to facilitate people before and after work. Also opened on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm and for paediatric physiotherapy by appointment only. Feel free to call over to view the centre at any time, for any queries please contact 021 4384882. We do local home-visits for patients that are unable to attend the clinic, please call for more information.
Appointment can be made by telephone or at reception. Appointments can be made on a self-referral basis, or via your G.P/Specialist.
Treatment fees at the Cork Therapy Centre are €55 for the initial consultation and any follow ups. We accept Cash, Cheque or Cards.
You can assist by
- Being on time for your appointment.
- Full payment must be made at time of treatment, we only accept cheque or cash.
- Making a separate appointment for each person attending.
- If you cannot keep an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible.
To make an appointment
Phone: 021 4384882
Or make your appointment below:
For further information
The best time to telephone about these is between 9am and 6pm, when the receptionist is on duty. Outside these times it may not always be possible to answer the phone, but please leave a message on the answer phone and we will return your call as soon as possible.
Ways to reduce your cost
- If you register your sports club, you will receive a discount on consultation fees.
- Recover costs of treatment from your medical insurance.
- Tax relief is available on all Chartered Physiotherapy costs.
The following schemes cover treatment given by Chartered Physiotherapists. Please contact your policy or insurance company for details on individual coverage.
- Voluntary Health Insurance (VHI)
- Laya Healthcare
- Garda Medical Aid
- Various other insurance policy coverage
In Your Appointment
Subjective assessment will include questions to determine:
- The history of the complaint.
- The intensity, nature and area of pain.
- The medical history to rule out pathology and investigations completed.
- Range of motion testing
- Muscle imbalance testing
- Core strength
- Functional mobility
- Postural analysis in sitting, standing and functionally
- Palpation of ligaments, tendons, joints, neural systems, muscles and fascia.
- In conjunction with co-operation with other team members i.e. the doctor or coach the physiotherapist forms a construct as to the injury and the underlying reason for the above
- The physiotherapist then discusses the plan with the patient to determine
- The number of sessions required
- The rehab required
- Return to sport/work predicted level.
We encourage patients to bring shorts, suitable clothes and trainers when appropriate.