At Kilbeggan Physiotherapy, our approach is all about you, your goals, and your recovery. We want you to recover and return to your normal activities more competent and able then before. We use our knowledge and expertise to treat you, designing and delivering personalised rehabilitation programs to suit you needs and aid in your recovery.
Our physiotherapy team, led by Eimear Fox, offer a wide range of specialist services. These services encompass inpatients and outpatients, to follow your journey throughout the recovery process.
Our physiotherapy team members are highly experienced and are members of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapy and CORU registered.
Sporting and physically active individuals place high demands on their body to achieve their best performance. This can lead to overuse or traumatic injury. Sports physiotherapy is a specialised branch of physiotherapy which helps athletes recovers from sporting injuries as well as looking at prevention and enhancing sporting performance.
Women’s health is a specialist area of physiotherapy which focuses on problems related to the pelvic floor and the pelvis. These problems may be either gynaecological or obstetric (pregnancy) related and include conditions such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, constipation, painful intercourse as well as aches and pain during pregnancy. Our women’s health physiotherapists are highly specialised, approachable, empathetic and will make you feel comfortable when seeking treatment and advice from us.
Injury can be caused by trauma, or it can be the result of our lifestyle; the way we move, the work we do, or the sports we play. Whatever the cause, physiotherapy is the key to restoring your ability to live a full, active and healthy life.
Our experienced team of physiotherapists will perform a comprehensive assessment, including postural assessments, to diagnose your problem. This will enable us to determine a treatment programme tailored to your needs, in order to decrease your pain and relieve your symptoms.
How does Acupuncture work?
Acupuncture has been found to stimulate the body’s production of endorphins, oxytocin and serotonin – naturally occurring chemicals which help reduce pain and promote relaxation and feelings of well-being. It also stimulates nerve fibres which block pain messages and can also be used to reduce tension in tight overactive muscles.