At Harrigan Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic we pride ourselves on our professionalism and clinical excellence. We treat patients that present to our clinic with injuries that are relatively new (acute) or perhaps something that has persisted for a longer period of time (chronic). These issues vary greatly as the human body, in particular the musculoskeletal system, is a complex and intricate series of joints, muscles, nerves and connective tissue.
For various reasons, these structures can become injured, resulting in increased pain and reduced functionality. We aim to assess your complaint in a timely manner and make recommendations regarding treatment and injury management that will put you on course to resolving your issue.
We employ a modern and scientific approach in order to best establish the source of your symptoms and then, with your informed agreement, we will implement a treatment plan with a view to resolving your injury as quickly as possible. We regularly work with patients, General Practitioners or Consultant Specialists in order to improve treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Why We’re So Good?
With a variety of treatment modalities available at the clinic, we are well-equipped for a multi-modal approach to treatment. Our services include dry needling, shockwave therapy, and functional rehabilitation, to name but a few.
Each injury and each patient are different! With our patient-orientated approach to assessment and treatment, we not only examine the presenting issue, but also the patient as a whole.
Our team have worked across a broad range of work environments, from hospital-based settings, private clinics, and professional sport, our team has the experience to manage a multitude of injuries.
Meet the Therapists
Mr. Francis Harrigan
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, University of East London, Class of 2010
MMedSc Sports and Exercise Medicine, University College Cork, Class of 2018
Francis received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy from the University of East London in 2010, and has since gone on to complete a Master’s of Science in Sports and Exercise Medicine in University College Cork (2018). He is currently undertaking another MSc in University College Dublin in Primary Care (Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Medicine).
Francis’ has a keen interest in a wide variety of musculoskeletal and orthopaedic injuries. He works closely with general practitioners, sports & exercise medicine physicians, and orthopaedic surgeons.
He utilises advanced Physiotherapy assessment and treatment techniques, such as intramuscular dry needling, extracorporeal shockwave therapy, and referral for various radiological investigations such as magnetic resonance imaging.
He is passionate about identifying the source of a patient’s symptoms and logically and systematically treating that complaint.
He participates in long distance road running, and has completed various international marathons.
BSc (Hons) Athletic Therapy and Training, Dublin City University, Class of 2020
Aisling received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Therapy and Training from Dublin City University in 2020. She has undertaken multiple CPD courses in Dry Needling, Emergency First Response and Advanced Cardiac First Response, among others, and is currently completing a Diploma in Mat Pilates, hoping to begin teaching classes in the coming months. She is also currently instructing our Over 65’s group exercise class.
She has worked with a variety of populations, across all age groups and physical capabilities. Aisling has previous experience with multiple GAA and rugby teams, has spent time working within a professional sport environment, and has experience with those living with chronic illnesses.
She has a keen interest in an active rehabilitation process, and guiding the patient through, not only the physical aspect of their injury, but the psychological and emotional side too. She is passionate about a multi-modal approach to treatment, and tries to make rehabilitation as active as possible.
Aisling is a passionate sportsperson, playing Ladies Gaelic football and basketball. She is also interested in strength & conditioning training, and the benefits of Pilates.
Physiotherapy Consultation: €70 (30 minutes)
Athletic Therapy Consultation: €70 (40 minutes)
Personal Coaching/Individual Pilates session: €30 (30minutes)
Custom Orthotics: €90 (non-inclusive of consultation fee)
Bespoke Casted Orthotics: €300 (non-inclusive of consultation fee)
Block of 6 Pilates classes: €85 (60 minutes)
Block of 6 +65’s classes: €85 (60 minutes)
General strength: €85 (60 minutes)
Circuits: €85 (60 minutes)
Osteoporosis: €85 (60 minutes)