the arena clinic is a unique clinic, incorporating physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and specialist rehabilitation. We strive to provide excellence in terms of expertise and equipment to all clients, regardless of ability.
We are based at the Mardyke Arena, Cork, a centre already recognised for excellence in its facilities. We are delighted to have access to the excellent facilities on-site, and our own unique equipment in order to maximise our input into maintaining or restoring your good health.
All our therapists are Chartered Physiotherapists with vast experience in treating musculoskeletal, sports and neurological conditions. As well as a degree in physiotherapy, each therapist has continued to strived for excellence by continuing to develop their skills and attend Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses regularly.
- Manual Therapy
- Soft Tissue Release
- Exercise Prescription
- Taping, including Kinesio & Dynamic Taping techniques
- Dry Needling
- Alter-G Anti Gravity Treadmill
- Clinical Pilates
- Aqua Natal Programme
- Sports and Musculoskeletal Injuries
- Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Repetitive Strain Issues
- Chronic Pain
- Injury Prevention Screening
- Sports Rehabilitation & Return to Play Programmes
We are open Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm. We will do all we can to facilitate an appointment within 24hours of your enquiry.
Please contact the number below for an appointment
We offer a comprehensive range of treatment options , and the price of your treatment will be determined by the treatment recommended by your physiotherapist. ie. Physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, group class etc.
Our physiotherapy appointments are 45mins duration so that we have ample time to assess and treat your individual ailment.
We off discounts to Mardyke arena members, UCC staff and students
Reduced rates are available for sports clubs & corporate clients-please enquire to the clinic directly
What to expect?
When you attend the arena clinic, your Chartered Physiotherapist will ask you questions on your presenting condition. Above all, we endeavour to listen to you, your concerns about your physical health and your goals of what you want to achieve through physiotherapy. Your therapist will then do a full assessment of the affected area and discuss the findings so that together you can formulate a treatment plan.
Do I need to be referred by a doctor for physiotherapy?
No, you can self-refer to physiotherapy and we also accept referrals from GPs, Consultants, Public Health Nurses, complementary therapists and other healthcare providers. . We would be more than happy to correspond with your GP/Consultant so that they are kept up to date of your progress with physiotherapy.
What to bring?
Please bring a list of any current medications and any scan results eg MRI with you to your first appointment.
Your therapist will need to expose the area affected; therefore you might be more comfortable in a pair of shorts for low back or leg issues. Ladies may also prefer to bring a vest top for an upper limb issue.
For more information, please contact the clinic:
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4904760