Physiotherapy In DublinPhysioCare has been helping our patients get and feel better since 2001. When you choose a Chartered Physiotherapist in Women's Health and Continence you can have the peace of mind of knowing that you are being treated by a physiotherapist who has a university degree qualification and is committed to the highest standards of ethical and clinical excellence.
GP's are responsible for general health, prescribing drugs, treating serious illnesses, and providing preventive healthcare and health education and you cannot attend an Irish hospital without a referral from your doctor, unless your case is an emergency.
There are currently four Higher Education Institutions offering a 4-year Bachelors of Science Honours degree programme in the Republic of Ireland; three of these are based in the capital city, Dublin, at Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin and The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and the fourth situated in the south-west of the country at University College Limerick, with approximately 150 students graduating per year from these programmes.
Using knowledge from our extensive scientific background of human anatomy and physiology, Chartered Physiotherapists can help to assess, diagnose and treat conditions and illnesses that affect people in all ages and social groups, assist in injury prevention and promote healthier lifestyles for all.
Una's hopes to return to London to specialise further were fulfilled whilst working as a Senior Neurological Physiotherapist in the Wellington Hospital, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery Queens Square, London Clinic Marylebone and BUPA Cromwell Hospital Kensington as well as other NHS and Neurorehabilitative centres.
She then moved to Cape Town in the early 1990's where she completed a year of Senior Grade hospital experience before moving to South Africa's most prestigious sports medicine practice in Johannesburg; there she worked with Evan Speechly, physiotherapist to South Africa Rugby and Soccer.
She worked abroad, in the general hospital setting and in the Rotunda Maternity Hospital for 3 years before setting up in private practice Milltown Physiotherapy in 1993. Occupational Physiotherapy Solutions (OPS) is a QQI quality assured company providing consultancy and training services in the areas of workplace ergonomics and occupational health.
The Sandymount Sports Injury and Physiotherapy Clinic was established in 1986 and has been providing high standard Physiotherapy care to patients in the Dublin Physiotherapy Clondalkin area since. There are four classes of hospital; the general hospital located in major towns provides in and outpatient care and emergency treatment.