Need More Help? Here Are Some Frequently Asked Questions
The overall cost of your treatment will come down to a few things such as what you want to get back to, the nature of your pain or injury, how bad it has got and how long you have had it.
Your Initial Assessment costs €65 and in this your physio will find out the cause of your problem and explain what needs to happen to get the outcome you are looking for.
If you need sessions after this we then have some different options where you can pay ahead or buy a package which will allow you to save money and reduce the price to between €50 – €60 per session, depending on what you opt for.
Please know that all this will explained to you when you get to the clinic and we always do our best to work with you to suit your needs.
Your initial consultation will last 45 minutes.
Follow up appointments will last 30 minutes.
If you are travelling a distance to get to us, please let us know and we can allocate extra time if needed to make your journey stress free and worthwhile
This will depend on what your goal or outcome is from coming to see us.
Do you want some short term pain relief or do you want long lasting relief so you can move with confidence and take back control of your health again?
Other factors will also have to be taken into consideration such as:
- The the type of injury or problem you have
- How long you have had the pain.
- Your age
- Your fitness levels
- Previous injuries or pains you have had,
Your physio will clearly explain how you can achieve your outcome and will give you an honest opinion on how long they think it will take.
The clinic is located in Chuch Street in Moate Co.Westmeath.
It is bedside the Credit Union and directly opposite Moate Community School. (look out for the big orange flag outside)
See where the clinic is located in the map below
Yes, there is ample free parking available right outside the clinic and also across the road.
You can wear your normal clothes to your appointment. However depending on where the injury is you may have to remove some clothing so I can see and work around the area.
You can wear shorts if it is a lower body injury or females can wear a vest top if its upper body.
Please be aware that I often have to treat other areas that you may not feel the pain in. For example, if you have a knee or ankle injury, I will often have to address an issue at the hip that may be the true cause of the problem.