Physiotherapy Clinic in Ashbourne, Co. Meath
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE (updated 26 June 2020)
The good news is that both clinics are now open again so that we can now provide on-site face to face physiotherapy as well as online consultations. We have taken the guidance of the Department of Health, H.S.E. and our physiotherapy professional body (I.S.C.P.) in doing this.
However, we have brought in some new measures in order to protect you and our staff, which include:
-Extending our appointment time to allow extra time to sanitise between patients.
-Reducing the number of physiotherapists working together in order to reduce the number of people in the clinic at one time. Staggering of appointment times.
-All our classes will continue to be online until social distancing rules have been relaxed.
-Longer appointments (e.g. women’s or men’s health, vertigo) are split into an online consultation followed by a face to face appointment. This is in order to reduce direct contact time.
-All patients will be screened and given instructions prior to attending.
-Staff are screened and their temperature is taken regularly.
-On arrival, please wait in your car or outside the clinic. You will be contacted by your physiotherapist when they are ready to start your session so please don’t ring the doorbell or knock.
-Your physiotherapist will be wearing a mask and apron and you will be asked to sanitise your hands and you will be required to wear a mask. If possible, please bring your own. Your physiotherapist may wear goggles.
-Your temperature may be taken.
-The waiting room is closed at the moment.
-Social distancing will be maintained when at all possible during the treatment session.
-Payment will be contactless (as if paying over the phone).
-Standardised disinfection of the touched surfaces throughout the clinic will be completed after each client.
-These guidelines will be updated regularly.
However, if you are in a high risk category or would prefer not to attend the clinic, we suggest an online video or phone consultation instead. If we think that the session can by conducted online, we may suggest that that is done.
We will not see the following patients in the clinic:
-Those who have travelled overseas in the last 14 days.
-Those who have had direct contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19 within the last 14 days.
-Those that are currently required to self-isolate.
-Anyone displaying symptoms such as a temperature/fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, any other respiratory symptom, fatigue, tummy problems, loss of taste or smell.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us on 018352043.
Thanking you all.
Linda & Team
“I was delighted to have a virtual consultation due to a particular ailment and it was wonderful and reassuring to be able to discuss the issue and formulate an action plan”. MM
“I have been attending SFL (Stronger for Longer) classes in Ashbourne Physiotherapy Clinic for a number of months. I’m so delighted that these classes can continue using Zoom in these current times. The attention to detail, professionalism and caring nature still permeates through the virtual sessions.” S.
At Ashbourne Physiotherapy Clinic our aim is to get you back to what you enjoy doing, without pain and as soon as possible. Our core work is dealing with musculoskeletal issues (including pelvic floor), movement problems, strength issues and injury prevention. The clinic was founded in 1992 and we moved to our present location in 2002 and we have provided physiotherapy for over 15,000 different patients during this time. All our physiotherapists are chartered, meaning that they have graduated with a primary degree in physiotherapy from an accredited university and take part in mandatory professional development. We provide treatment and management of spinal pain, soft tissue injuries, sports injuries and prevention, as well as running Pilates and Healthy Bones and Stronger For Longer classes. Ahmad Salma MISCP is registered with Irish Life Health Back-up.
We also have Chartered Physiotherapists in Ashbourne who specialise in the following areas:
- Women’s Health – Pelvic pain, pregnancy-related pain such as back pain, sacro-iliac joint problems and symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD), prolapse, ante-natal and post-natal Pilates, post- breast cancer rehabilitation
- Men’s and Women’s Continence problems – Stress incontinence, overactive bladder, bladder frequency, post-prostatectomy, bowel urgency and frequency, bowel leakage and constipation
- Dry needling – treatment of pain and spasm (for musculoskeletal problems only)
- Shockwave therapy – treatment of chronic tendon pain
- Foot pain and Orthotic Prescription (including for children) – treatment for plantar fasciitis, flat feet, bunions, shin splints, metatarsalgia, Achilles Tendinitis etc.
- Vestibular (Vertigo) Rehabilitation – Assessment and treatment of dizziness, balance issues, B.P.P.V.
- Respiratory Conditions – Chronic bronchitis (COPD), asthma, bronchiectasis
- Neurology – treatment post-stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease etc.
We also can do home or nursing home visits if you are unable to get to the clinic.
To find out more about the services that Ashbourne Physiotherapy Clinic can provide, please contact us.
We also have a second clinic!
Sutton Cross Physiotherapy Clinic, 1 Sutton Cross (above Insomnia), Dublin 13, D13R668.
Phone 01 806 3030 for appointments or look up www.suttoncrossphysio.ie for more details