HQphysio Dublin

Physiotherapy in Raheny and Harmonstown

HQphysio Dublin is a Physiotherapy Clinic in Raheny, located at Gravity Fitness, Harmonstown Road, Raheny in Dublin 5.

HQphysio Dublin is run by experienced Chartered physiotherapists providing physiotherapy for sports injuries, athletes, teams and individuals. We also provide a range of physiotherapy services including dry needling, massage, manipulation, personal training and injury rehabilitation.

Our team use the latest techniques and are constantly training and upskilling. HQphysio has been providing physiotherapy since 2006 and HQphysio Dublin opened in 2018

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About HQphysio

HQphysio was established in 2013 by Nicholas Lalor, MISCP a chartered physio registered with the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy UK.

He graduated from St. George’s University of London in 2006 with an honours degree in Physiotherapy. He has worked in the areas of Early Services for children with physical and intellectual disability, and private practice and sports physiotherapy.

Nicholas is currently the Head Physiotherapist for the very successful Irish Under 20s Rugby squad, who he has been working with since 2015.

He has worked with a range of sports teams both nationally and internationally including the Charlton Athletic Academy, the Western Australia Ironman, The Brisbane Lions, the Galway Senior Hurling Team and with the Leinster Rugby U19s. He has also worked in other sports such as Golf, Hurling, Camogie, Gaelic Football, Cycling, Cricket, MMA and Motorsports.

An enthusiastic sports person Nicholas played soccer at underage level for Cork City and Dublin City. He has won Senior, Intermediate and Junior hurling championships and has hurled for the London Seniors and Offaly Intermediates. In 2015 he successfully completed Ironman France.

Physiotherapy with a difference

At our clinic in Raheny, we are commited to providing indepth phyersiotherpay sessions unique to each person. We also provide thorough assessments, an accurate diagnosis of your injury along with after treatement rehabilitation plans.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapy

At HQphysio Dublin we have experience working directly with athletes at the highest level both nationally and internationally. We provide Sports Injuries Physiotherapy for indiviudals, athletes and teams.

Some of the most common sports injuries we treat at our Dublin clinic include:

  • Ankle, knee and leg injuries
  • Pelvis and hip injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Arm, elbow and wrist injuries
  • Back and core injuries

Physio for Back & Neck Pain

Physio for Back & Neck Pain

Some of the most common work related injuries are back and neck injuries from spending long hours sitting at a desk all day.

At HQphysio Dublin we will provide you with an in-depth assessment and treatment for your injury along with a long-term exercise plan to stop your injury from reoccurring or affecting your day-to-day life.

We will help you return to daily life without injury.

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Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Dry needling is where single use, sterile Acupuncture needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points, to help release the trigger point and reduce pain. These trigger points, or muscle knots are bands of taut contracted muscle that may not respond as well to typical physical therapy.

We offer Dry Needling in Raheny to treat orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions including neck and back pain, joint pain and chronic muscle tightness and cramping. If the treatment is not for you, we have many forms of therapeutic techniques that we can use to help treat you.

Book a physiotherapy session in Raheny today

HQphysio Dublin is a Chartered Physiotherapy Clinic in Raheny, based in Gravity Fitness, Raheny in Dublin 5. It is a state of the art 2500sq. ft. gym with shower and changing room facilities and a private physiotherapy room where your sessions will be carried out.

Address: HQphysio, 144 Harmonstown Road, Raheny, Dublin 5



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