Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is used to assess, diagnose and treat many conditions including pain, joint and muscle problems, cardio respiratory and neurological problems. Physiotherapy uses a variety of physical therapy treatment techniques to restore the body to full function after illness, injury or disability.

 
 

Systematic Kinesiology

This is a system of holistic natural healthcare which combines muscle testing with the principles of acupuncture. Systematic Kinesiology deals with the whole person. Mental, Chemical, Physical and Energetic (MCPE). All parts of the body are integrated, one part of the body cannot be affected without affecting the whole. Balance is the key.

 
 

Acupuncture - Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture is a drug free treatment which can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions. It can be used alone or in combined with physiotherapy treatments.

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Our Expert Services

The practice is staffed by an experienced Chartered Physiotherapist who is registered with the ISCP ( Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists).
It provides general Physiotherapy services as well as specialist treatments for specific conditions.

Physiotherapy

We use a variety of physical treatment techniques to regain pain free movement and function. We can help with Advice and Home exercises using equipment available in your home while you are Cocooned during Covid 19.

Systematic Kinesiology

Taking a holistic approach, we treat your entire being- mental, physical, chemical and emotional using muscle testing. This assesses the energetic balance in our bodies so that we can find where imbalances are occurring and causing health problems.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupuncture is a form of Traditional Chinese medicine which can be used to treat pain , restore movement and much more thus improving health.

About the Practice

Formerly Sligo Acupuncture & Physiotherapy Practice

I qualified initially in Trinity College as a Chartered Physiotherapist in the three ore areas of Physiotherapy – Cardio respiratory, Musculoskeletal & Neurology. I gained postgraduate experience in London, Dublin & Sligo. I am also qualified in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Acupuncture) and am currently updating my Systematic Kinesiology Diploma. This all gives me an opportunity to help my clients with many of the health problems which have beset us in these challenging times I treat all age groups and will be setting up face to face consultations and advice sessions shortly using the internet.

Why Choose Triple Therapy Practice Sligo?

Because you will be empowered you to live your best life!

Experience

Evidence Based Treatments

Practitioner you can Trust

One to One Advice & Treatments

Optimal Support

Convenient & Easy

APPROVED BY ALL MAJOR HEALTH INSURERS

FIND US

Triple Therapy Practice,
3 Stephens Court,
Stephen Street,
Sligo, F91 A090

  • Car parking close by
  • Local Bus stop close by
  • Situated within Sligo town
  • No stairs to negotiate

Formerly Sligo Acupuncture & Physiotherapy Practice

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FAQs

How soon can I be treated?

Usually we can provide an appointment within 24 hours of contacting the clinic. Appointments at present are available

Tuesday –Thursday 9.30 – 5.0pm 

Friday – 9.30-12.30

Do I need a GP or Consultant Referral?

No you can be referred directly etc as per original

Who pays for treatment

Treatments are recognised by the major medical insurance companies and are eligible for reimbursement of the treatment fee. Check your own policy for level of cover, terms and conditions.

Treatment fees are also eligible for income tax reimbursement of 20% 

You pay after each treatment and will receive a receipt at the end of your course of treatments which can be used for tax or health insurance companies.

How can I pay?

The clinic accepts contactless credit cards, cash or cheques.

What do I need to bring with me?

  • Any documents relevant to the condition for which you are seeking treatment – referral letter if you have one, X-ray, DEXA scan or MRI reports & CDs 
  • List of all medication including all over the counter medications  (OTC)
  • Comfortable & loose clothing such as shorts & t-shirts

 

How long does a treatment last?

Initial assessment and treatment may take up to 60 minutes.

Subsequent treatments last approximately 30 minutes.

What happens during my initial consultation?

  • Your practitioner will go through the Coved 19 Health questionnaire if you haven’t already filled this out
  • Assess you, make a diagnosis & explain the findings of the assessment.
  • Explain the treatment options available based on the findings of your assessment.
  • Design a treatment programme with you based on the discussion of the findings of the assessment.
  • Get you CONSENT to treatment
  • Liaise with other medical colleagues, if necessary and always with your permission.

Will I be treated during my first visit?

Your treatment starts during your first visit and is usually accompanied by advice and possibly a home exercise programme to be carried by you between visits.

How many treatments will I need?

After you treatment you practitioner will be able to offer an opinion on the severity and nature of your condition and how many treatments to expect. Your progress will be assessed and monitored on each visit.

To promote your independence & recovery, the advice and exercises you are given to follow between treatments will in turn reduce the number of treatments required & facilitate recovery on a 24 hour basis.     

Is parking available?

There is a public car park in Holborn Street which is across the road close to the clinic. Contact the clinic for more information.

Is there a Bus stop close to the Clinic?

S1 Sligo Town Route: bus stop is at Markievicz Road which is close to the clinic 

Buses from local bus link also stop on Markievicz Road.

Is there Disabled Access to the Clinic?

All services in the Clinic are located on the ground floor level.  Please advise of any special requirements when making an appointment.

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