Empowering Your Journey to Optimal Health

Physiotherapy with a difference.

Transform your approach to recurring pain and physical
issues with Ratoath Physiotherapy.

A Holistic Approach to Health and Wellness.

Transform your approach to recurring pain and physical issues with Ratoath Physiotherapy. Our expert team of Chartered Physiotherapists has been leading the way for over a 18 years, innovatively merging cutting-edge techniques with proven methods to develop tailored, functional treatment plans. Our goal? To provide lasting solutions faster and more efficiently—because we believe in healing, not just ongoing treatment.

Why choose us?

We guide you through our unique Pain to Performance methodology. Not just focusing on removing your pain, but fixing the underlying problems that lead to your injury.

18 years in business
280+ 5 star reviews
Winner of multiple awards
13,000 patients

Our Services


At Ratoath Physiotherapy, our expert Meath physiotherapists delve beyond your immediate symptoms to fully understand your body’s history and mechanics. Recognising that pain often masks the underlying issues, we focus on identifying the true source of your discomfort, not just the symptoms. This comprehensive assessment strategy helps us provide effective, long-lasting solutions and prevent the recurrence of problems.

Shockwave Therapy

There are many chronic conditions and rehabilitation challenges where conventional therapies simply don’t offer lasting relief. In situations like these, we don’t look for answers with surgery, injections and chemicals. In some situations, nothing consistently delivers such remarkable and positive results as Shockwave Therapy. The State of the Art Storz Medical Masterpulse system is a proven and trusted tool that delivers the most effective ...

Neurokinetic Therapy

When we have a physical problem, the brain ‘adapts’ to pain with short-term workarounds. These short-term gains protect what hurts, but may place additional stress on other areas of the body that can become long-term problems. There can be a steep price paid from such sustained, altered biomechanics in the form of muscular dysfunction and even greater pain. We use Neurokinetic Therapy, NKT, to heal chronic pain...

Embracing a Holistic Path to Lasting Health

Welcome to Ratoath Physiotherapy—where your health and well-being are our top priorities. Our expert team leverages cutting-edge practices in physiotherapy to craft personalised treatment plans that address the root of your problems, not just the symptoms. By choosing us, you’re not just getting a service; you’re embarking on a journey towards optimal health with dedicated professionals who care deeply about your recovery. Experience the difference with our proven strategies for pain relief and rehabilitation, and see why so many from Ratoath and beyond trust us with their care. Let us help you move better, feel better, and live better

Meet your Practitioners.

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Rory O'neill


Rory O’Neill qualified with an honours degree in Physiotherapy from UCD in 2000. He completed a Certificate in Manual Therapy from Curtin University, Perth in 2002. Following this he furthered his education by completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine from Queen Mary University, London in 2004. Rory worked as physiotherapist to Blackrock College Rugby Club in 2005. In 2006, he established Ratoath Physiotherapy with a vision of providing a high class physiotherapy service to South Meath and the surrounding areas. Rory furthered his education by completing a postgraduate qualification in structural osteopathy and uses these techniques alongside his physiotherapy approach to provide fast pain relief with his clients.

Rob Delaney


Rob’s route to becoming a physiotherapist came following several years working as a qualified personal trainer and sports massage therapist in Dublin. Having achieved his physiotherapy honours degree in 2012 from The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen Scotland, Rob then moved to Sydney Australia where he has spent the last 6 years working as an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) accredited physiotherapist. Rob initially worked in a number of large private hospitals in Sydney gaining experience in all areas of physiotherapy before moving into private practice. The past two years Rob has been employed in the highly acclaimed St Vincent’s Clinic Sydney where he gained invaluable experience working closely with some of Sydney’s top sports medicine doctors and Orthopaedic surgeons.

Rachel Whelan


Rachel graduated from Trinity College Dublin with an honours degree in Physiotherapy. Since graduating, Rachel has worked in private practice where she has gained a wealth of experience treating a broad range of conditions.

Rachel’s interest in Physiotherapy stems from her own sporting background, and as such she has a particular interest in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries. Coming from a sporting background, Rachel understands the importance of returning to activity as quickly as possible and recognizes the importance of effective rehabilitation in this.

Connor Woods


Connor Woods (MSc, BSc) is a chartered Physiotherapist qualified from Brunel University London. Having studied his undergraduate degree in Dublin City University, he moved to the UK to complete his masters. Alongside his physiotherapy studies, Connor has completed ITEC level 2 Fitness Instruction and Level 3 Personal Training.

Further continuous professional development has also been completed in areas such as Dry Needling and Orthotics Assessment and Prescription. His physiotherapy sessions combine manual therapy, dry needling and individualised exercise prescription to target patient impairments at a functional level. A strong emphasis is placed on education to equip patients with the skills and knowledge to take control of how they move.

Niamh Maher


Niamh ensures that each patient attending Ratoath Physiotherapy receives a warm friendly welcome and is dealt with in a professional yet personal manner.

Niamh has over 20 years customer service experience in the Financial Services Industry. She is very involved in the local community working with Meath Citizens Information and as a youth advocate. Niamh enjoys keeping fit in the gym and running, she values the importance of a healthy lifestyle for fitness of mind and body.

Annemarie Ui Chearnaigh


Hello, my name is Annemarie. I joined the Ratoath Physiotherapy team in May 2024. Previously, I worked in Financial Services, where I frequently engaged with some of the largest Public Sector unions in the country. I prioritise excellent customer service and aim to provide a warm welcome to all our patients. In my free time, I enjoy practicing yoga and have recently started Reformer Pilates. As a local resident, I am delighted to work within my community and meet new people every day.