Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 8pm
Tuesday - 9am - 8pm
Wednesday - 9am - 8pm
Thursday - 9am - 8pm
Friday - 9am - 7pm

Sunday / Bank Holidays: Closed


Appointment duration is 30mins.


Standard Treatment €50
Club Discount Rate: €40
Home Visit: €60
Rehab session: €20
Casted Orthotics: €230
Carbonflex Orthotics: €120
Stock Orthotics €20-60
Pilates €80 for six one hour sessions of no more than 10 per class

A club discount rate applies to players from clubs who are registered with the clinic.
To register your club/team please contact the clinic
Only Chartered Physiotherapists are approved by healthcare insurers in Ireland.
You may be entitled to claim from your insurer for Physiotherapy expenses.

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Hip Pain

When running your hip will take over 7 times your body weight- it is no wonder that hip injuries are common. The hip joint is a deep, well-fitted joint and is adapted for weight bearing and stability.  It is so good at bearing weight that we take it for granted and push it to its limits. 

Common causes of hip pain:

Trochanteric bursitis - This is an inflamed bursa or sack of fluid on the outer aspect of the hip bone.  It is painful to lie on, can give pain on foot strike during walking and running, and may hurt to touch.   This is commonly caused by a direct trauma, but may also be the result of repeated friction at the hip from overtraining or a muscle imbalance around the hip. Apply regular ice in line with the PRICE protocol, rest from aggravating activities, and stretch out the muscles around the hip and thigh.  

Deep Hip Pain - This is a symptom and not a diagnosis.  If the pain over the front of the hip has been long-standing and is becoming more frequent or constant then this may be a sign of osteoarthritis in the hip joint.  The pain may also be associated with a loss of movement at this joint, in inwards rotation and knee-to-chest movement.  There may be a history of previous trauma.  Stretch out the muscles around the hip, rest from aggravating activites and apply regular ice or heat to ease the pain.

All of these muscles, the hip joint itself, and the ligaments which support the joint can all be the cause of hip pain.  For a thorough assessment and diagnosis of your hip joint problem contact Physio Solutions today. 

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