Chartered Physiotherapists are health professionals allied to the medical profession and
carry a minimum 4-year university degree. They use physical means of treatment such as
joint manipulation/mobilisation techniques, exercise prescription and electrotherapy.
Physiotherapy is heavily reliant on evidence-based research. It is a scientific approach,
which aims to maximise mobility and quality of life using clinical diagnosis and appropriate
What is a “CHARTERED” Physiotherapist
The title “Physiotherapist” alone is not evidence of a formal qualification in
Physiotherapy. All Chartered Physiotherapists have completed a minimum four-year
university degree and most also hold a masters. Members of the Irish Society of Chartered
Physiotherapists are bound by a professional Code of Ethics and have access to extensive
postgraduate education programmes. Check for the initials MISCP after the
What We Treat
The Following is a brief overview of some of the conditions that we treat. However, it is advised to Contact us directly to discuss
the nature of your conditions.
The amount of treatment is dependant on the nature of the condition. When you make an
appointment to see a Chartered Physiotherapist, the first visit will mainly comprise of
the Physiotherapist establishing the exact cause of the problem. At the end of this visit
your Physiotherapist can estimate the number of treatments it will take.