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Physiotherapy is a form of healthcare helps restore movement and ADLS (Activities of Daily Lifestyle), Physical function and reduce pain when someone is affected by injury, illness, or disability. We’ll take a closer look at the benefits of Physiotherapy, and we can help you to improve or restore your quality of life in Risen Physiotherapy, Kilmallock. Why Risen Physio and the benefits of becoming a client of Risen physiotherapy

Why Risen Physio and the benefits of becoming a client of Risen physiotherapy

Relief of pain:

Physiotherapy can help to reduce pain and improve joint and body mobility. Techniques such as manual therapy, Mobilizations, Intensive exercises and stretching can help to relieve pain, improve range of motion, and reduce inflammation.

We are using some advanced pain-relieving electrotherapy Equipment like

Interferential therapy (IFT) & Ultrasonic therapy (US):

LASER Therapy:

Intermittent Traction

Improving function:

Physiotherapy can help to improve function, prevent the recurrence or risk of future injuries.


Physiotherapists can help to restore the original lifestyle after Surgeries Like Total Hip (THR) and Total Knee (TKR)
Rehabilitation programmes for patients suffered from stroke, Multiple sclerosis and CP children.

Sports Injury:

All physiotherapists in Risen Physiotherapy Clinic are vastly experienced in assessment, diagnosis and management of all types of sports injury.

Sports Physios can help athletes to recover from a sports injury or looking to improve or restore their performance.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a massage technique is mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issue, such as strains and sports injuries, helps to break up scar tissue that forms following injury and reduce tension in muscle tissue.

Sports Taping and Strapping:

Taping & strapping techniques help to prevent or minimize the recurrence of old injuries by supporting the joint and offloading the tension around the joint.