David Gardiner & Associates 045-853726

Welcome to Physiotherapy Works, David Gardiner & Associates

Professional, dedicated & caring family run clinic since 1990.

Maintain the benefit of physiotherapy through PILATES

Helping people get back to doing the things they love

Our patients trust us to give honest advice

Our Physiotherapy Clinic Services & Activities

Established in 1990, Naas Physiotherapy Clinic is a state of the art private, physiotherapy practice, offering spacious treatment rooms, a rehabilitation gym and not one but two pilates studios.

Naas Physiotherapy Clinic

Sycamore House, Millennium Park, Osberstown, Naas

Naas Clinic Opening Hours

Mon-Thur: 8am-9pm
Fri: 8am-6pm
Sat: 9am-4pm
Sun: closed

Blessington Physiotherapy Clinic

The Annex, Main Street, Blessington

Blessington Clinic Opening Hours

Mon: closed
Tue: 8am-6pm
Wed: 12-8pm
Thur: 8am-3pm
Fri: 10am-6pm
Sat, Sun: closed

Award Winning, Family Run Practice Established in 1990

We have a team of sixteen dedicated fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists and Pilates Instructors specialising in various disciplines. Our team is experienced in joint mobilisation, manipulation, massage, pilates and all aspects of modern Physiotherapy practice.

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How to Prevent Injury

Warm up: the benefits Raises the heart rate so body is prepared for physical exertion Speeds up nerve impulses so that reflexes are enhanced Reduces muscle tension Sends oxygenated blood to the muscle groups Reduces the risk of injury, particularly to connective... read more

How to Recover Faster through Ice Baths

Taking an after exercise plunge in an ice water bath (a tub of 12 to 15 degrees Celsius ice water) is a common practice among many elite athletes as a way to recover faster, and reduce muscle pain and soreness after intense training sessions or competitions. From... read more

How to Treat Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome

ITB Syndrome is due to inflammation of the iliotibial band, a thick band of fibrous tissue that runs down the outside of the leg. The iliotibial band begins at the hip and extends to the outer side of the shin bone (tibia) just below the knee joint. The band functions... read more



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