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Welcome to DBC Naas Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic

DBC Naas Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic was established by Mary O’Connor in 1990. Our highly qualified, experienced and trusted Chartered Physiotherapists provide you with world class assessment, treatment and rehabilitation programmes for back pain, neck pain and sports injuries in our state of the art facilities.

With our focus on rapid and positive patient outcomes, the clinic offers immediate treatments. Early and late appointments are available.

Our mission is to resolve symptoms quickly as well as treating the underlying cause. We offer a complete solution to prevent recurrence of the injury. Patient care is at the forefront of everything we do.

All our physiotherapists have post-graduate qualifications in specialist areas in which we work and are experts in the treatment of Musculosketical Physiotherapy, Sports Injuries, Post Operative Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention, Womens Health.

Other Services include: The DBC concept provides us with the most up-to-date rehabilitation equipment for the treatment of both back and neck pain and sports injuries. DBC is a network of advanced physiotherapy and medical centres which provide the latest, technologically advanced & scientifically valid treatments.  In addition the team contribute to on going research programmes across multiple aspects of rehabilitation and performance which continues to improve evidence based best practice.

The Clinic, based in Naas, is easily accessible to both Kildare and surrounding counties of Wicklow, Meath, Carlow and Offaly.

We also provide a physiotherapy service through the K Clinic at the Vista Primary Care Clinic in Naas.

For further information and to make an appointment, please contact us today.
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