How much does it cost?

The cost of your treatments can come down to the nature of your pain or injury, how bad it has got, how long you have had it and what you hope to achieve and get back to doing.

This can vary from €50 – €65 and if you decide to go ahead with a treatment plan and book a package, you can then avail of the cheaper price.

All of this will be explained to you after your physio has listened to your story and carried out an assessment using our stressor and story method. They will then know exactly what needs to be done to get you to your ideal outcome, how long it will take and the cost involved.

You will then have options to go for a treatment package in order to get the best value on treatment.

If you are unsure if a physical therapy session can help you and your pain or injury then you can always avail of a Free Discovery Session first, to see if Midlands Physical Therapy is right for you.

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How long are appointments?

Your initial consultations will last 45 minutes to 1 hour

Follow up appointments will last 40 minutes.

How many treatments will I need?

This will depend on the type of injury and how long you have had the pain. This will be run through and explained in the initial assessment where I will thoroughly explain your treatment plan and the steps you need to take.

Where is the clinic located?

The clinic is located in Chuch Street in Moate Co.Westmeath.

It is bedside the Credit Union and directly opposite Moate Community School.

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Is there free parking available there?

Yes, there is ample free parking available right outside the clinic and also across the road.

What should I wear for my treatment

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.