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wealth of knowledge and experience

Our wealth of knowledge and experience ensures you have the best possible assessment, treatment and outcome from your physiotherapy treatment with structured rehabilitation programs designed to suit you.

Welcome to the clinic

We provide the highest quality of care

Back Pain

Back pain is a very common complaint with most people experiencing lower back pain at least once during their lives. Talk to our team to see what we can do for you.

Sports Injuries

We work with many sports teams keeping the players fit and free from injury. Call to our clinic and check out our special rates available for local sports clubs and societies.

Sports Massage

Sports massage can alleviate pain occurring in certain parts of the body, which can be caused by too much physical activity. With benefits both athletes and non-athletes

Physiotherapy

Helping people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement, exercise and manual therapy. We help people of all ages maintain good health.

SPECIALIST FOOT CLINIC

Foot and Ankle problems are complex area to treat so whether you have stiff and achy feet right across to needing prescription orthotics, our specialist Hi -Tech Foot Clinic and comprehensive rehab programs will resolve your issues effectively

DRY KNEEDLING

Dry Kneedling is a fast, one off, proactive acupuncture type technique to break down tight and painful muscles and joints. It is very effective for chronic type problems that have not settled down over long periods

Back and Sports Injuries Specialist, Hi-Tech Medical Centre, Certified Acupuncturist and Specialist Foot Clinic

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9:30 AM - 8:00 PM

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BIO

Waterford Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic is a Waterford based physiotherapy clinic founded by Peter Keane. Situated on the Dunmore Road, near Ardkeen, Waterford University Hospital, and Waterford city, the Ballinakill Shopping Centre has free on-site parking. With 17 years expertise and experience, we provide the highest quality of care by educating our clients on how to function and achieve optimum health in their lives.

The treatment sessions provided are all one-to-one with a Sports Injuries Specialist and each client is treated individually. As part of treatment, clients are guided in performing detailed therapeutic exercises that are customized to meet their goals with physiotherapy. Exercises are designed to improve strength, stabilization, range of motion, balance, and an overall high level of performance.

Our Clinic is open for on the day and evening appointments as well as Saturday mornings.

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Our Services

What We Offer

Dry Kneedling is a fast, one off, proactive acupuncture type technique to break down tight and painful muscles and joints. It is very effective for …

Foot and Ankle problems are complex area to treat so whether you have stiff and achy feet right across to needing prescription orthotics, our specialist …

One of the most common complaints we treat with physiotherapy on a day-to-day basis is osteoarthritis. It is a condition that affects the joints of …

Athletes regularly perform exercises to maintain or improve strength. However, they are not the only ones who can benefit from strengthening exercises. If you are …

One of the most common complaints that bring people to the physiotherapy clinic is low back pain or pain in the lumbar region. In some …

Soft tissue consists of the fascia, connective tissues, muscles, tendons, fat and organs that lie beneath the skin. When these become injured pain and decreased …

The common phrase “pain in the neck” has become a cliché because it is used so often to describe someone or something that is a …

Kinesiotaping is a modern and innovative approach to taping, developed 30 years ago.  Kinesiotaping uses a dynamic (instead of rigid tape) allowing properly trained practitioners …

Sciatica is a common condition that causes pain to radiate in the buttocks, down the leg and into the foot. This pain is the result …

As physiotherapists, we treat a number of musculoskeletal conditions – a broad term that encompasses damage to bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. Because these …

When joints become dysfunctional as a result of trauma, overuse or disuse, they are unable to perform the movements for which they were designed. Joint …

Fractures are common among athletes, children and even the elderly, however anyone can become a suffer from a fracture. Many people think a fracture is …

FAQ's

Frequently Ask Questions

Our Chartered Physiotherapist will do a full assessment, treatment and rehabilitation programme on the initial consultation. Our Chartered Physiotherapist will ask a series of questions to learn about your problem. Based on these findings, our physiotherapist will then ask to perform certain movements to further diagnose the source and cause of your problem. During the initial assessment, there will also be some hands on treatment to further assess your problem. Once a proper diagnosis is given, our physiotherapist will begin treating the problem and before the session ends and if appropriate a rehabilitation programme will be given to further compliment your recovery.

We may need to expose your injured body part in order to correctly diagnose and treat you.
Depending on the condition we are treating, will depend on how much clothing may need to be removed. If you have a lower limb problem then shorts are appropriate. If you have a neck or shoulder problem, females! Please wear a singlet with small straps. You will be able to change into appropriate clothing at the clinic prior to consultation. We strive to maintain your modesty and comfort at all times.

No, you can make an appointment without a referral from your Doctor.

As Chartered Physiotherapists, we are recognized by all major insurance companies. The amount that you can claim depends on your plan. Treatments are also tax deductible via Med – 1 form.

It takes approximately 45 – 50 minutes to realistically complete a comprehensive and effective session.

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