The Physiotherapy Centre FAQ
We at The Physiotherapy Centre have been asked many questions so here are some answers you may need
We can usually offer appointments within 24 hours. We open early mornings, late evenings and Saturday mornings!
No, you do not need a letter of referral to attend for physiotherapy. However, if you have visited a doctor or another healthcare professional in relation to your problem, it would be helpful if you brought along any reports or documentation.
We do not have designated parking for the clinic. However, there is lots of pay and display parking available in the area – further down the NCR beside St Peter’s Church, across the road in the old Des Kelly’s car park, Phibsboro Shopping centre and many side streets.
There are numerous transport links to the clinic. There are many buses servicing Phibsboro – the 46A stops right outside the door. You can also travel by Luas.
Unfortunately, we have several steps up to the front door of the clinic. If you are unable to make it into the clinic because of this, let us know – we may be able to accommodate you with a home visit instead!
It is advisable that you wear loose comfortable clothing. If you have a lower limb problem, it is a good idea to bring some shorts that you could change into. Likewise, for women, if you have an upper limb problem, it is a good idea to wear a string/sleeveless top.
We accept both cash and card as payments. Payment must be made after each appointment.
Yes! Those with a valid medical card or student card can avail of the discounted rate of physiotherapy.
If you have a question that we haven’t answered here, please let us know!