Tailored to Your Needs
We see the body as a whole, so whatever part of your body hurts is not going to be the only part of your body that gets assessed. Everything is interconnected, however here are a list of some of the conditions we have expertise in treating:
Pelvic floor disorders
Ankle and foot pain
Upper extremity pain
We recommend that you book for a 60 minute appointment at least for your first visit so we have to time to get to the root of your problem.
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Pilates and yoga classes
€120 for 6 Classes
PHYSIOYOGA - wednesday 10am, 6.30pm and 7.45 pm
Suitable for people with pain or physical issues e.g. back, neck, hip or shoulder pain. Learn how to connect with your body, trelax your mind and body and restore strength and flexibility.
This class has Classical Hatha Yoga as it’s foundation and incorporates elements of physiotherapy rehabilitation and somatic education.
Clinical Pilates - Every thursday at 6.30pm
Great for improving posture and strength especially for those who are weak around the core as a result of a sedentary lifestyle or after pregnancy.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE: CLASSES ARE BEING HELD IN THE CALM ROOMS IN MONKSTOWN VILLAGE (BESIDE GOGGIN’S PUB).
Our approach to Physiotherapy is about education, awareness, and empowerment. Based on a detailed examination we will draw from the following techniques to address your problems: deep tissue massage, myofascial release, dry needling, joint mobilisations, postural retraining, craniosacral therapy, taping, electrotherapy and orthotic prescription. We will also devise an individualised exercise programme drawing from yoga, pilates and physiotherapy therapeutic exercise.
Having worked for 9 years at Milltown Physiotherapy Clinic, where there is a strong emphasis on women's health, Sinead developed a strong interest in this area and treats a wide spectrum of female conditions. These include pelvic pain, pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy (PGP), stress incontinence, urge incontinence, painful intercourse and vaginismus.
Yoga therapy is an emerging profession which uses the various tools of yoga to address specific medical conditions. Yoga has many proven effects on the body, including lowering blood pressure, improving lung function, improving joint health, improving psychological health, strengthening bones and improving bowel function.
Physioyoga combines Physiotherapy and Yoga Therapy for a more holistic approach to your treatment experience.The combination is an exceptional method for treating musculoskeletal pain and breathing disorders. .
Physioyoga is suitable for those who are completely new to yoga and is also ideal for those who have tried regular yoga and have found their practice to be limited by pain or injury.
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle and subtle approach to health and healing. It facilitates the release of trauma or tension (both physical and emotional) that has been held in the body.
BSCT is an extremely useful adjunct to physiotherapy especially in cases where the system is stressed or sensitised, in particular conditions which are exacerbated by stress e.g. road traffic accidents, chronic pain, whiplash or tension headaches.
Sinead O'Loughlin is a qualified Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist.
Professionally Trained and Multidisciplined
At Seapoint Physiotherapy we get to the source of your pain, not just treat the symptoms. We listen to you and create a highly individualised treatment plan with your goals and objectives in mind. Following a detailed physical and biomechanical examination we will draw from a wide variety of hands on treatments and specific exercises to get you on the road to recovery.
BSc (Physio), MSc (Sp Med) MPhty (Manips) MISCP
Physio & Yoga Therapist
Sinead is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) and the Chartered Physiotherapists in Manual Therapy (CPMT) and MPWH (Chartered Physiotherapists in Women's Health).
She graduated with an honours degree from Trinity College, Dublin in 1998 and went on to obtain Masters Degrees from TCD in 2000 and The University of Queensland Australia in 2003
She continues to learn and expand her treatment toolbox having trained in yoga, yoga therapy, pilates, craniosacral therapy, dry needling, visceral manipulation and much more.
She has a holistic approach to health and takes a special interest in back and neck pain, headaches, pelvic pain, pregnancy related problems and stress incontinence.
She has taught at undergraduate level to physiotherapy students at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and University College Dublin.
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PRACTICE PRIVACY STATEMENT
This Practice aims to ensure the highest standard of care for our patients. We understand that a Practice must be governed by an ethic of privacy and confidentiality. How we deal with your information is consistent with the privacy principles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Patient consent is a key factor in dealing with patient health information. This page is about making consent meaningful by informing you of our policies and practices for dealing with your personal information.
MANAGING YOUR INFORMATION
-In order to provide for your care we need to collect and keep information about you and your health on our records.
-We will retain your information securely.
-We will only ask for and keep information that is necessary.
-We will only keep your records for as long as is necessary and in accordance with legal requirements.
-We will attempt to keep it as accurage and up to date as possible.
-We will explain the need for any information we ask for if you are not sure why it is needed.
-We ask you to inform us about any relevant changes that we should know about, such as any new medical treatment or change of contact details.
-No person, except your physiotherapist, will have access to your information.
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION TO OTHERS
-It may at times be necessary to pass some of your information to other health and social care professionals in order to provide you with the treatment and services you need. Only the relevant part of your record will be released. These other professionals are also legally bound to treat your information with the same duty of care and confidentiality that we do.