Physiotherapy plays an integral part in the multi-disciplinary approach to the management of
sports injuries. The aim of Physiotherapy is to treat and fully rehabilitate the athlete post-injury &
post-operatively, to prevent further injury and to return the athlete to health and to his/her sport
in the shortest possible time. Prompt assessment and diagnosis is vital in the successful treatment
and rehabilitation of sports injuries.
At Naas Physiotherapy Clinic our Physiotherapists attend to many Gaa, soccer & rugby clubs
as well as individual sports men & women who attend our clinic
David Gardiner and Caroline Woods have all attained Masters Degrees in
Sports Medicine from Trinity College, Dublin and all our Physiotherapists have extensive sports injury
experience at both National & International level.
We sell a large range of supports braces, foam roller, insoles and other foot
supports designed to aid your speedy recovery.
Our expert team will help you to get back to full fitness in the safest and shortest time
|Sports Injuries treated at our clinic include: |
| ||Ankle Sprains || ||Osteitis pubis |
| ||Hamstring strains and ruptures|| ||Dislocated shoulders|
| ||Achilles tendonitis || ||ACL tears |
| ||Shin splints || ||Meniscal injuries |
| ||Stress Fractures || ||MCL/LCL tears |
| ||Groin injuries || ||Tennis Elbow |
| ||Jumpers knee || ||Bursitis |
| ||Patellofemoral syndrome || || |