Kiltipper Woods Physiotherapy Clinic specialises in musculoskeletal, neurological, sports and older adult physiotherapy.
We use a Swimex 1000-T hydrotherapy pool that contains resistance jets and current which your therapist uses to optimise the intensity of your workout.
Pilates at Kiltipper Woods is a gentle form of exercise that works on strengthening your body. The aim is to improve strength, flexibility, posture and balance.
Chartered Physiotherapists in Dublin
At Kiltipper Woods Physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy Clinic Dublin, we provide extensive physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, sports rehabilitation and pilates.
Our physiotherapy and hydrotherapy treatments are recognised by all major health insurers in Ireland, such as VHI, Liberty, Glo Health, Laya and Aviva. Please see the ‘About’ tab for fees.
All members of our Physiotherapy team at Kiltipper Woods are chartered by the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. This means that we are fully committed to providing the highest medical and ethical standards of patient care.
Kiltipper Woods Physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy is open to
the public. To book an appointment, please contact us on
01 468 3432, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the contact form on this website.
When you book an appointment with us, you will be asked to attend the appointment on your own if possible, and wear a mask. When you arrive, you will ring the Physio Department from the phone located just inside the main doors and someone will greet you. Your temperature will be taken, and if it is your first time visiting us, you will be asked to complete a COVID-19 questionnaire.
If you have any COVID symptoms, are awaiting a swab or swab result, or have received a positive result in the last 7 days, please do not attend your appointment and contact us to reschedule.
Kiltipper Woods Physio and Hydrotherapy Clinic.
Kiltipper Road, Old Bawn, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is hydrotherapy?
Hydrotherapy utilises the properties of water in the comfortable environment of a heated pool, designed by a suitably qualified physiotherapist specifically for an individual to maximise function, which can benefit you physically, physiologically, or psychologically.
Would Hydrotherapy help my condition?
Will I be working with my therapist "one on one"?
Clients will have a physiotherapist who can show them and guide them how to do a range of exercises that will help their specified condition.
What should I wear to my hydrotherapy session?
What if I am incontinent?
Do I need to be able to swim?
What can I expect at my first visit?
How long is a typical hydrotherapy appointment?
Most appointments will last 40 minutes.
What is Physiotherapy?
Do I need a GP referral to be treated?
What can I expect to happen at my appointment?
You can expect to go home informed about your condition and have a well-tailored exercise program suited for you to perform at home, or in the gym, to complement your treatment at the clinic. There will be plenty of opportunity to discuss what is happening with your injury and to ask any questions. We are here to help you return to your full activities and achieve your goals.
What should I wear to my physiotherapy consultation?
How many sessions will I require?
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
How long will my physiotherapy appointment take?
Our physiotherapists may prolong your session accordingly to your condition.