We are accredited by all the Health Insurance Providers in Ireland and all our Chartered Physiotherapists are members of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Therefore we are dedicated to promoting the highest standards set for Physiotherapy service delivery in Ireland and to ensuring that we keep abreast of all the latest developments within the profession through a strong commitment to Continuing Professional Development.
We pride ourselves in our extremely high success rate in competently identifying and treating the cause of our patient’s problems and returning them promptly to their normal daily activities. We place a strong emphasis on the use of manual therapy techniques and all Physiotherapists at our clinic promote a hands-on approach to treatment. We have developed a comprehensive Clinic Protocol which governs every aspect of care from initial referral through discharge and to follow up post discharge.
This Protocol has been created through many years of clinical observation by our team of Physiotherapists and from the welcome feedback from our patients. It is strongly linked with the Guidelines for Professional Conduct of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (I.S.C.P.), our professional body. The Protocol espouses a uniform approach by all our Physiotherapists so that our patients can be assured that the same high standards are promoted throughout our clinic.
By adhering to our Protocol our team ensures that if a problem is complex in nature or slower to respond to our intervention than anticipated, it is identified quickly and appropriate action is taken. This may take the form of a second opinion from a colleague or liaison with the patient’s General Practitioner to recommend further investigation or medical intervention, which ever is required. We believe that it is our adherence to these principles that sets our clinic apart from our competitors.
All of the Physiotherapists at Neasa Long Partnership Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic are Chartered and expert in the provision of general physiotherapy services in the areas of Musculoskeletal, Sports Injury, Orthopaedic, Rheumatological, Neurological and Respiratory disorders in children and adults. In addition, our Physiotherapists have developed higher levels of expertise in certain areas of clinical interest as a result of experience and undertaking further study.
Neasa Long Partnership Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic is located at 26, Douglas West Cork.