Back Pain Treatment 

Physiotherapy is key to helping relieve, maintain and prevent back pain. Research has shown that 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their life. However, 20% will suffer greatly and it will affect both their lifestyle, work and their relationships. Early intervention from one of our physiotherapists can prevent dramatic lifestyle alterations and possible surgery.

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Neck Pain Treatment

Physiotherapy is key to helping relieve, maintain and prevent back pain. Research has shown that 70% of people will suffer with neck pain at some point in their life. In about 5% of cases this will have a significant affect of their daily lives. This number we feel is growing fast due to the increase in desk jobs, use of phones, laptops and computers. Early Intervention from one of our physiotherapists will help relieve long terms problems.


Massage Therapy

Archview Clinic has a team of Massage Therapists dedicated to relieving muscle tension and stiffness.  We have on offer at Archview sports massage, orthopaedic massage, deep tissue massage, holistic massage, neck/shoulder and cranial base massage, pregnancy massage.

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Sports Injuries

Our Dublin sports physiotherapy clinics have a team of highly qualified sports physiotherapists. Staying healthy and injury free is every sports persons goal. Our physiotherapists will work closely with you to getting you back on your feet and ensuring that fitness is maintained in the process.

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is an excellent treatment method used to release painful stubborn muscle knots which can cause stiffness and pain. Dry needling is a very effective treatment for improving flexibility, sports injuries, back and neck pain and headaches.

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Physiotherapy Home Visits

Our Dublin Physiotherapy Clinics offers Physiotherapy in the comfort of your own home. We also have a call out service to nursing homes and respite centres where physiotherapy may not be on offer. Home visits may be more beneficial for patients where mobility issues are of concern.

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