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The basic aim of physiotherapy is to help alleviate pain and restore normal movement and function patterns to help return the body to its natural state. Physiotherapy includes the assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention and evaluation of patient’s treatment.

What do we treat?

  • Arthritis

  • Back and neck pain

  • Balance problems

  • Complex Shoulder Conditions

  • Joint problems

  • Ligament sprains

  • Muscle tears

  • Neurological conditions - Strokes, Parkinson’s Disease and MS

  • Paediatric growth related conditions

  • Pre and post-surgery rehabilitation

  • Soft tissue injuries

  • Sports injuries

  • Tennis/Golfers elbow

  • Whiplash

  • Women's Health and incontinence

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

1 in 3 women experience pelvic floor dysfunction. Optimal function of the bladder, bowel, pelvis and lower back, in women of all ages, is dependent on healthy and strong pelvic floor muscles. A women’s health physiotherapist is trained in the assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor muscles and will develop an individual treatment plan for each patient.
Research has shown that physiotherapy can be effective in the treatment of incontinence and pelvic organ prolapses thereby postponing, or in many cases eliminating the need for drugs or surgery.

Common problems for which you may want to book an appointment are:

  • Stress Incontinence (a loss of urine with cough, sneeze, jump etc)

  • Urgency (feeling like you have to rush to go to the toilet)

  • Pelvic floor weakness

  • Prolapse (In women this may be felt as a bulge in the vagina or some heaviness, discomfort, dragging or dropping)

  • Pelvic floor pain

  • Painful sex


Pregnancy and postnatal:

  • Advice and treatment for pregnancy related pelvic pain (back pain, sacroiliac or pubic symphysis pain)

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (pain, pins and needles or numbness in the hands)

  • Diastasis recti (separation of abdominal muscles)

  • Physical preparation for labour (positions for labour, breathing techniques)

  • Pelvic Floor exercises and training, to prevent and treat incontinence

  • Post-natal abdominal retraining following a C-Section delivery

What to expect from a women’s health physiotherapy appointment:
The first appointment will begin with documenting an extensive history of the patient and determining what the problem is and what your goals are. Once this discussion is concluded, a physical examination will usually take place. This can include pelvic examination (internal and external) and will examine the tone and activation of the pelvic floor muscles and assess for pelvic organ prolapse. Based on the findings, your physiotherapist will explain the process and discuss what treatment you should focus on as well as discussing your expectations to work towards your goals.




Paediatric Physiotherapy is a service aiming to manage and treat childhood conditions for children aged from the new-born to the young adult.

Some common conditions include:

  • Rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery - including multi-level surgery

  • Sports injuries and musculoskeletal pain

  • Postural variations e.g. flat feet, knock knees, in-toeing, scoliosis

  • Developmental Delay

  • Delayed motor milestones

  • Torticollis (wry neck)

  • Toe Walking

As your child grows, they may encounter some musculoskeletal conditions related to sudden growth spurts, flat feet, Sever’s of the ankle and postural changes presenting as Scoliosis.
These conditions are important to manage early through a musculoskeletal assessment and specific exercise advice and manual therapy.




First Appointment
€60 (50 min)

Follow up Appointment
€60 (50 min)

Women's Health
€80 (60 min)



Agnieszka Zajac

MSc Physiotherapy
Member of Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapist


Agnieszka has over 10 years of experience in the treatment of various neurological, paediatric, musculoskeletal injury, including back and neck pain, sports and overuse injuries.
She provides hands on, one on one Physiotherapy designed to relieve your pain and prevent further injury. She will work closely with you to ensure you receive the best treatment possible. Using advanced techniques and evidence-based care, she will assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. Whether you have a sport or work injury, are recovering from surgery, or suffer from any muscle, joint, bone, disc or nerve problems including sciatica, she can help you.





67 Beatty Grove
Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Tel.: 085 752 4570

Opening hours

Monday - Thursday    8am - 8pm
Friday    8am - 5pm
Saturday    10am - 5pm
Sunday    Closed

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