Ashe Street Physiotherapy Clinic Services

Hamstring Tear
Quadriceps Tear
Calf/Achilles Tendon Injury
Gluteal Injuries
Disc Pain/Degeneration
Facet Joint Pain
Postural Pain
Ankylosing Spondylitis
Facet joint Pain
Stiff Neck
Postural Pain
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Shoulder Dislocation
Frozen Shoulder
Stiff Shoulder
Irritable Shoulder
AC Joint pathologies
Femoral-Acetabular Impingement
Gluteal Tendinopathy
Labral Pathology
Hip Arthritis
Groin Pain
Pubic Bone Injuries
Meniscal Damage
ACL - Pre & Post Op Rehab
Medial & Lateral Ligament Injuries
Knee Arthritis
Patella Tendinopathy
Ligament Injuries
Bone Contusion
Syndesmosis Injuries
Heel Spurs
Treatment of acute and long term sporting injuries from all backgrounds, catering from the elite to the recreational individual. This includes muscular and ligamentous injuries where our rehab aim is to facilitate you to return to full sporting activity.
Rotator Cuff
Tennis/Golfers Elbow
Have you lifted a heavy object at work or are you sitting at your desk in pain?

• According to the Health & Safety Authority in 2018, 31% of injuries within the workplace were due to manual handling.
• The back (including the spine and vertebra) was the most commonly affected injured area within the workplace in 2018 according to the Health & Safety Authority in 2018. It accounted for 22% of non-fatal injuries within the workplace.
Shoulder Operations
Hip/Knee Replacements
Labral Repairs
Keyhole surgery
Do you have difficulty standing up or sitting down?
Do you have difficulty getting out of bed in the morning?
Are you struggling to keep up with you kids during your family walk?
Is climbing the stairs a struggle?
Do you have difficulty with your golf swing?
Femoral Nerve Pain
Tingling/ Numbness/ Pins and Needles
Are you over 60?

Do you experience regular morning stiffness in any or all of your joints?

Did you know that there are over 900,000 people in Ireland living with some form of arthritis - making it the biggest cause of disability here.
An objective marker using computerised technology to evaluate strength of various joints and muscles to evaluate rehabilitation progress and outcomes.
Pilates is a mind-body centring technique which emphasises the importance of beginning movement from a central core of stability. It was established by a man called Joseph Pilates in New York in the 1900’s. Initially he had designed this for the dancing world, more specifically ballerinas. Joe believed that by concentrating on the precision of movement, awareness of breath control and continued flowing movement that the individual would be able to alter abnormal patterns of movement to carry into daily functions. Pilates is thought in 2 ways, mat work and machine based with the most common machine being the reformer. The mat based exercises combine of strength, mobility and stretching exercises on a mat.

Joe believed that injuries were caused by imbalances in the body and habitual patterns of movement. He observed that when an individual had a weakness or malalignment, they would compensate in other areas to achieve a movement or function and that it is critical to correct and re-educate the body to prevent recurrence.

As Physiotherapy is often focused around correcting muscle imbalances Pilates is a relevant and popular choice for therapists when treating their clients.

Jacinta offers one to one clinical Pilates with a variety of patient groups from those suffering with low back pain, neck pain and pregnancy Pilates including Postnatal Pilates.
S&C is the application of sports science to improve the quality of an individual’s movement. It is for both elite and non-elite individuals. It includes are a variety of exercises from mobility, stability, strength, endurance, power, speed, agility, and performance.
Physiotherapy is for everyone including those who cannot make it into the clinic to us. Whether it is lack of access to transport, that you are in too much pain or you would just prefer treatment in the comfort of your own home Jacinta provides a range of treatments to cater for just that.

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