Physical Therapy Dublin

Physical Therapy Dublin
Harbour Clinic is a leading provider of physical therapy services treating a broad range of pain, injury and dysfunction.  Our physical therapy and sports injury clinic is based in Dun Laoghaire, south Dublin. We focus on getting long lasting to permanent relief from conditions such as myofascial pain, back pain, arthritic conditions, sports injuries and more relieving our customers from pain and rehabilitating injuries. Our service extends from treatment to coaching on preventative exercises and functional movement.

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Call us today to book an appointment on (01) 236 6648.

What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy creates pain relief for the whole body. Physical therapy is a hands-on approach to pain relief for the entire body. Physical therapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions and injuries and is a scientifically proven, drug free solution to eradicating your pain – permanently. Physical therapists are the specialists in the field when it comes to musculoskeletal health. Our comprehensive training and continuous professional development distinguishes us from other forms of mainstream and alternative therapists.
At Harbour clinic you are guaranteed to find a therapist who is constantly striving to better themselves. We dedicate our time to becoming more effective practitioners, helping our clients return to a healthy, pain free lifestyle. We are happy to share our wealth of experience and range of alternative therapies to help you achieve ultimate health and wellness.

Is this your first visit to a physical therapist?
If you have never had a physical therapy treatment before or have been left disappointed or disillusioned by other forms of therapy then you are in for a treat! The beauty of physical therapy as an alternative treatment is that it can be completely customised to each individual. Physical Therapy can be used to treat a broad range of injuries and illnesses. To name a few:

  • Chronic headaches and migraines
  • High blood pressure
  • Tendonitis
  • Digestive problems
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Anxiety attacks

Contact us today at our South Dublin, Dun Laoghaire Physical Therapy clinic (01) 236 6648 or email

How can physical therapy help me?
On a physical level, the advantages of physical therapy are endless. Promoting lymphatic drainage, eliminating harmful toxins to releasing connective tissue tension will simply leave you feeling better to continue your activities of daily living. Physical therapy not only provides pain and stress relief but may also boost emotional health.
Techniques range from gentle releases of the soft tissues, i.e. muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia, stretching of joints to retain normal ranges of motion and in some cases deeper soft tissue work to reduce stubborn adhesions and inflammation in the muscles and fascia.

Physical therapy can include a vast range of techniques, including:

Is physical therapy the same as physiotherapy?
The distinction must be made between physical therapy and physiotherapy. In most countries they have the same meaning. In Ireland they are two very different modalities, the very same way as an osteopaths treatment is different to a chiropractors treatment. At Harbour clinic all physical therapy treatments are completely hands-on orientated. The physical therapists ability to carefully palpate the soft tissue, assess posture and perform a range of muscle and joint testing are the foundations for the treatment plan. All appointments include a wide range of highly skilled, hands-on techniques to help solve the client’s condition or injury.

For more information or to make a booking for physical therapy call our Dublin clinic on: (01) 236 6648

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