Physiotherapy services
in Ennis, County Clare

At YOUtherapies we understand that the story of your pain or symptoms is unique to you.

Listening to your journey and history will help us build a bespoke rehabilitation plan together thus ensuring long lasting change rather than temporary relief.

After you book you will be seen on time by your experienced, specialist physiotherapist. Sessions take place in a bright, clean, airy and private room. You also have the option of being seen online from the comfort of your own home.

The presence of an injury is not essential to book an appointment. You can also be seen for preventative reasons. Taking a proactive approach to your wellbeing can prevent issues down the line and lead to a better quality of life.

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We would love to hear from enthusiastic physiotherapists, rehabilitators and administrative whizzes to join our business.

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

This week, we celebrate National Play Tennis Day. Here at YOUtherapies we are big fans of tennis and all the fun, socialising, exercise and healthy competition that comes along with it. One of the common injuries that people associate with tennis is ‘Tennis elbow’. This month’s blog post will inform us a little on the […]


Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis (Mora et al., 2019), affecting approximately 25% of adults. This prevalence increases with age.

The Power of Pilates

Pilates has taken the world by storm in recent years and continues to grow in popularity as a form of exercise. So what is Pilates and what’s all the raving about?

Exercising during cancer treatment

It can be difficult to motivate yourself to exercise when you have received a cancer diagnosis and feeling unwell, especially if you were less active prior to your diagnosis. If you are being treated for cancer, physical activity can help you.

Resistance training for older adults

Aging is associated with several biological changes some of these include the reduction of muscle, strength, function leading to frailty. As we all know, it’s natural to see some changes as we age, however you can slow down the decline through movement. Physical activity is able to attenuate the physical, but also the cognitive deterioration […]


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