Make sure you have a Charted Physiotherapist. In this blog you will find out what the term means and to find out if you are using one. 

The title “Physiotherapist” alone is not evidence of a formal qualification in Physiotherapy. It takes a minimum of four years in a full time University to obtain a degree in Physiotherapy. Once qualified the Physiotherapist can join the ISCP and become a member of the society allowing them to use the title “Chartered”.

We here at Kiltipper Woods physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy clinic Dublin 24 are also recognised by medical professions and the Department of Health.

The title “Chartered Physiotherapist” and the initials MISCP indicate that a physiotherapist is a member of the professional regulating body, the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Our Chartered Physiotherapists here at Kiltipper Woods Physiotherapy clinic Dublin 24 all have a high level of education, knowledge and experience needed to give a high quality and effective service to patients. When you attend an appointment with us, you can be sure of:

• A professional, scientific approach to the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of your complaint;

• Seeing a therapist who has qualified with a University degree and who is committed to continuing education and research.

Chartered Physiotherapists are recognised and covered by VHI, Laya, Aviva and other health insurance schemes.”

To find out if you’re using a charted physiotherapist, you can check to see if they are members of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists by logging onto the following sites or

Kiltipper Woods Physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy clinic serving the people of Dublin since 2010

Our Charted Physiotherapists