Physiotherapy Treatments

Physiotherapy at Laois Injury Clinic offers comprehensive diagnostics and treatment pathways for musculoskeletal issues from office aches and pains, to chronic long standing conditions and athletic injuries.

Conditions That Can Be Treated

Sports Injuries, Orthopedic Injuries, Lumbar/Low Back pain, Frozen Shoulder, Wrist pain, Hip Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Knee pain, Hand pain, Rotator Cuff Injury, Sciatica, Migraines/Headaches, Muscle and tendon tears, Ligament sprains, Cervical/Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Elbow Pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Ankle pain, Postural-related pain.

Physiotherapy Methods Of Treatment

Evidence based exercise and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal and neurological conditions

Our Philosophy

Laois Injury Clinic is a Physiotherapy clinic operating in Portlaoise servicing the greater Laois and midlands areas for a wide variety of health and wellbeing services. Our Chartered Physiotherapist Eoghan, has always had a keen interest in health and wellbeing fostered by his participation from a young age in the GAA. Eoghan’s journey as a healthcare practitioner started through studying Sport Science in Institute of Technology Carlow. From this he developed an understanding of the scientific basis for the benefits of exercise for all; continuing with his master’s education in the University of Limerick’s Physiotherapy program. 

Physiotherapy at Laois Injury Clinic offers a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment pathway for musculoskeletal issues from office aches and pains to athletic injuries. We cater to the needs of patient populations of all ages, with Eoghan bringing his experience from public and private sector settings to the people of Laois. We are always striving to keep up with the latest research evidence to ensure our patients in Laois and beyond continue to receive the top quality care they come to expect from Chartered Physiotherapists. This is aided by registration with CORU and the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) for maintaining standards of training and continued education.

Treatments and assessments cater for pre & post-surgical rehabilitation, management of chronic pain, neurological disorders, sporting injuries, arthritic and rheumatological conditions to name just a few.

Laois Injury Clinic aims to provide patients with the tools necessary for active participation in their own treatment and recovery with long-term wellness the goal. These tools cater for all levels of current activity and exercise experience.

Laois Injury Clinic

Our Facilities & Services

  • 2 treatment rooms
  • Fully equipped free weights gym
  • Floor space for mobility
  • Traction table
  • Electrotherapy and ultrasound
  • Gait and Foot Scan for custom insoles
Deep Tissue Massage Portlaoise

Physical Therapy

Arthritis and Physiotherapy

Sports Rehabilitation

Strength and Conditioning

Training For Life

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Common conditions treated

  • Pre-and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Migraines/Headaches
  • Gait Re-Education
  • Chronic Pain
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Postural and Ergonomic Re-Education
  • Nerve Pain
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Sporting Injuries
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Lumbar spine/Low Back Pain
  • Prescription Orthotics
  • Arthritic Conditions
  • Orthopedic Injuries, 
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Wrist pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Rotator Cuff Injury
  • Sciatica
  • Ligament sprains 
  • Cervical/Neck Pain 
  • Elbow Pain

Our Blog

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Injury Prevention in Sport

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