Practitioners

Rory
Physiotherapist

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.

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Rob
Physiotherapist

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,

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Rachel
Physiotherapist

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.

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Gavin
Physiotherapist

Gavin Horan qualified with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland in 2015. Gavin worked in Sligo University Hospital gaining invaluable experience in many areas of physiotherapy.

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Elaine
Reception

Elaine is our friendly receptionist who thoroughly enjoys patient interactions and always ensures every patient is greeted with a warm welcome when attending our practice. She understands and delivers excellent customer service, which she believes enhances every patient’s Ratoath Physiotherapy experience.

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Niamh
Reception

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

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Local Physiotherapist Meath

How do you know about a physiotherapist’s expertise?

Our physiotherapists are experienced and skilled practitioners who study the science of movement and also are experts on how to pinpoint the root cause of an injury so that injuries can be resolved for good.

Is Ratoath Physiotherapy a trusted local physiotherapist in Meath?

Yes, Ratoath Physiotherapy has been established for over 16 years and has treated over 20,000 over this time. Our reputation precedes us and leads to referrals from local GP’s, orthopaedic consultants and most importantly, our many happy customers. 

Is physiotherapy a necessary option and does it really work?

 It’s extremely necessary to understand that physiotherapists are experienced people who work towards reducing the pain and also restoring the movement of the patient. The experienced profession of physiotherapists proudly uses the treatment that is based upon evidence-based and scientific practices. Also, Physiotherapy is known to be highly effective for treating a wide range of medical conditions without using traditional invasive techniques or any kind of harmful pharmaceuticals.

Is opting for a local physiotherapist in Meath a good option?

 Yes, choosing a local physiotherapist in Meath is a flexible and convenient option. We are one of Meath’s most trusted physiotherapy practices and our professionals are experienced and provide great results.