Incontinence – We can help

Incontinence – We Can Help What is Incontinence? Bladder dysfunction can take many forms but the most common (and arguably most bothersome) is that of incontinence. This refers to the involuntary leakage and loss of urine. There are three factors which can cause incontinence, these being stress, urge and mixed incontinence. Regardless of the cause,…

Working at PhysioCare – An Inside Look

Working at PhysioCare – An Inside Look Interested in working at PhysioCare? We are always on the lookout for Chartered Physiotherapists who offer the highest quality of patient care above all else. If you are interested in applying, please click/tap here for a full job description and apply to Hilary at headoffice@physio.ie with your CV…

Pregnancy Pilates, Pre & Post-Natal Pain

Pregnancy Pilates, Pre & Post-Natal Pain During and after your pregnancy you can have some issues which cause pain and reduce functioning. Pregnancy Pilates can help address these issues. PhysioCare offers Pilates that is led by Chartered Physiotherapists. This can take the form of either a group class in our gym setting (for those up…

PhysioCare Patient Satisfaction

PhysioCare Patient Satisfaction At PhysioCare, we take patient satisfaction extremely seriously and have a dedicated customer care manager in place. Through meetings, surveys and feedback we constantly improve our services and practices to help you get and feel better. From your initial phone call to our clinics, from the front desk itself and all the…

Home Visit Service from PhysioCare

Home Visit Service Available at PhysioCare PhysioCare offer a Home Visit service whereby one of our Chartered Physiotherapists can travel to you and treat you or a loved one in the comfort of your home. Treatment lasts for 45 minutes and aims to help patients get and feel better if they cannot make it into…

Pilates During Pregnancy

Pilates During Pregnancy Pilates is a toning and conditioning exercise program that concentrates on building a strong and efficient ‘centre’ of abdominal, spinal and pelvic floor muscles. Pilates during pregnancy can maintain pelvic floor strength, prevent incidence of pelvic girdle pain and low back pain. It also helps with relaxation and helps in labour preparation.…