decorationMobility/Conditioning/Recoverydeoration

  • Helps people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.  Our focus is helping patients to manage pain and promote good health and well-being.
  • We provide accurate diagnosis and treatment for all injuries enabling a speedy recovery and return to full fitness.

Myofascial Release

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Neck Pain

low back pain,
neck pain

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Pilates

All the Physiotherapists at the IFSC Physiotherapy clinic are qualified pilates instructors. We teach group classes and also provide 1:1 instruction and progression of exercises. As physiotherapists we understand the pathophysiology of your injury. We can diagnose specific motor control weaknesses that may be contributing to your pain and prescribe specific pilates-based exercises to improve your core strength and speed up your recovery.

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About Us

The IFSC Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic established in 2007, is located in the heart of The IFSC, in The Custom House Square Medical Centre, providing easy access to people working and living around the IFSC and Dublin city centre. We previosuly operated our clinic in The Clarion Hotel IFSC.  Our team of Physiotherapists specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain and injuries including ligaments, muscles, tendons, bones, joints and nerves. We offer direct contact with our Physiotherapists and our patients are rest assured that they can receive treatment from the same therapist at every visit.

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Contact Us

Custom House Square Medical Centre

2 Gandon House

Mayor Street Lower

IFSC

Dublin 1


Telephone: 087 125 1975 ,

01 829 0902

email: info@ifscphysio.com

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 8am-8pm

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