The Physiotherapy Department at Bon Secours Hospital Galway is situated on the ground floor and is easily accessed from the hospital’s car park. Our Physiotherapist services are provided within a new state-of the art Physio department in Galway and include a fully equipped gymnasium.
Offering a range of physiotherapy services such as sports rehabilitation treatment, injury rehabilitation treatment and post surgery rehabilitation services, individual treatment rooms, we guarantee both comfort and privacy to all our patients.
All our Physiotherapists are highly experienced Chartered Physiotherapists and are members of the I.S.C.P. This ensures that all our therapists have an approved University based education.
Physiotherapy Assessment and treatment of the following conditions:
We run Pilates classes 3 times a week, Monday evenings and Tuesday mornings. Classes are suitable for those with core stability problems, back pain, or those who simply want a low impact exercise class to keep up their core strength. Classes cost €75.00 for 6 classes and an initial assessment, €70.00 for repeat attenders. We have also just launched Bone Health classes for people with osteoporosis, osteopaenia or those who want to maintain their bone health. Classes cost €140.00 for 7 weeks and run twice a week on Monday or Wednesday morning.
Following an in-depth biomechanical assessment, our clients are advised on strengthening/stretching exercises, posture alignment and core stability training and where necessary correction orthotics is prescribed. These can be custom made or off the shelf.
Within the Physio department of our hospital in Galway, we have the facilities to treat both total body irradiation and hand and foot irradiation. Meaning that upon referral from a Dermatologist, we can begin to administer treatments for UVB Irradiation
As well as conventional methods, the physiotherapy department at Bon Secours Galway recommends alternative treatments such as the use of acupuncture. Conducted by an approved acupuncturist, this method is used to treat a variety of conditions including;
• Gynaecological problems
• Bells’ Palsy
Consultation process: You don't need a referral letter from your doctor to attend physiotherapy. However if you have one please bring it along for your first treatment.
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5:00pm
Your first appointment entails a full assessment and will take approximately one hour.
We recommend wearing loose light clothing when attending for an assessment or treatment.
We are located on the ground floor with easy wheelchair access.
Tel: 091 381932 ext 332