• What is a Chartered Physiotherapist?

    A Chartered Physiotherapist is a University Graduate with hopital-based training who has comprehensive knowledge of how the body works, along with specialist training in the diagnosis and treatment of muscle and joint pain. A Chartered Physiotherapist must be a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapy and is regulated and accredited by this body.

  • How much does a physiotherapy appointment cost?

    The price of a physio appointment varies depending on what kind of physiotherapy you require. For more information on physiotherapy pricing, get in touch with Anita O’Brien Chartered Physiotherapy today, or check out our online booking system for prices.

  • Do you accept private health insurance?

    Yes, Anita O’Brien Chartered Physiotherapy accepts private health insurance for all services.

  • What is Post-Operative Rehabilitation?

    Post-Operative Rehabilitation is a specialised type of physiotherapy designed to treat the musculoskeletal system before or after surgery. This type of physio is designed to improve mobility and reduce pain caused by injury or surgery.


    Yes. Here at Anita O’Brien Physiotherapy, we accept self-referral and GP referral clients. We can also work alongside your surgeon to devise a treatment plan on a post-op basis.


    Anita O’Brien Chartered Physiotherapy is a professional Dublin sports physiotherapist operating in Castleknock Lawn Tennis Club, Old Navan Road, providing a professional sports physiotherapy clinic for players of all levels.

  • Can a Physiotherapist diagnose my injury?

    Yes, Chartered Physiotherapists are medical professionals who can examine, diagnose, and treat musculoskeletal injuries.

  • How long does it take physiotherapy to work?

    This all depends on the extent of the injury or condition that you’re treating. Some acute injuries could take just 2-3 sessions while other chronic conditions or post-operative rehabilitation can take 8-12 weeks.

  • Are your training programmes suitable for beginners?

    Yes, absolutely. Here at Anita O’Brien Chartered Physiotherapy we offer completely personalised strength and training programmes, meaning that we can work with you as a beginner to curate a plan that will help you achieve your fitness goals while not being overly complicated or difficult.

  • What is Pilates?

    Pilates is a form of low-impact exercise designed to strengthen the muscles. During a Pilates class, participants will do a number of low-impact exercises which help build muscle and condition the body.