FAQs

What Can I Expect When I Come For a Treatment?

On your first visit to Gorey Physical Therapy, you will have a quick consultation. This will include questions on why you are there, your personal medical history, your family medical history, medication that you may be on and previous injuries that you may have suffered. From this, if you are happy to continue, a physical assessment will be carried out. This will include checking: posture, movement of the joint or extremity and how the tissue feels on palpation. From this if you are happy to carry on, a treatment will be carried out. This can consist of a range of techniques, to help ease pain and discomfort. After the treatment, rehabilitation exercises will be demonstrated and thought to you so that you can complete them at home, thus continuing in helping your recovery.

It is worth noting that it may be useful to bring shorts or a sleeveless top. Make sure to wear appropriate clothing as you may be asked to take some clothing off to help with diagnosis and treating effectively

Will My Health Insurance Cover my Physiotherapy Visit?

As a State Registered Physiotherapist Gorey Physical Therapy appointments are covered by most major Health Insurers, but this does depend on your health plan and your insurer

What other Bodies allow Physiotherapy Treatments to be covered within their Plan?

Garda Medical, ESB Medical, Hospital Saturday Fund and Irish Life Assurance

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

Each patient and each condition is different; therefore it is almost impossible to predict how many treatments you will require after the first treatment. You and your therapist may be able to predict it as you progress and improve with your condition.

How Much Does It Cost?

  • Clinic Treatment €50
  • Home Treatment €60
  • Packages are also available. See Packages.

What do we do at Gorey Physical Therapy?

Here at Gorey Physical Therapy we provide a holistic and patient-centred approach focusing on the manual treatment of the soft tissue- muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Therapists use highly skilled, hands-on techniques to diagnose, prevent or treat underlying conditions and problems. It is based on health science principles and works alongside other health care practices.

It is suitable and effective in both the treatment and prevention of a surprisingly wide range of conditions. Its safety and flexibility means it is suitable for almost every person, where it can make a contribution to alleviating pain and discomfort.

This approach is proven as being very safe, non-invasive and is of course, drug free.

What is CORU?

CORU is Ireland’s multi-profession health regulator.

The role of CORU is to protect the public by promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence through statutory registration of health and social care professionals.

In order to call yourself a Physiotherapist or a Physical Therapist, you must be registered with CORU.

You can check the current Register for Physiotherapists on the CORU Website

What is the IAPT?

The Irish Association of Physical Therapists (IAPT) was established as the Professional Body ensuring excellence in the field of musculoskeletal health.

The IAPT represents its members who practice Physical Therapy throughout Ireland.

All treatments performed by IAPT members adhere to the guidelines of the IAPT; thus ensuring the integrity and wellbeing of our clients, which is of the upmost importance at all times.

Physical Therapy provides an evidence-informed, holistic and natural approach to help restore you to a pain-free life and to full health.

What Payment Methods Do You Accept?

We accept cash and cheque

Payment must be made after each consultation. Receipts can be given either after each treatment session, or when your course of treatment is complete.

Are Your Physiotherapy Services Tax Refundable?

Yes.