Chartered Physiotherapy

What is Chartered Physiotherapy?

Chartered Physiotherapy's main focus is the reduction of pain and correction of dysfunction and injury. It is a scientific and hands on approach which involves evaluating, diagnosing and treating a range of conditions using physical means.

Our Training

Chartered Physiotherapists are highly trained health professionals and are allied to the medical profession.

In Ireland all Chartered Physiotherapists must have a Bachelor of Science (Bsc) in Physiotherapy by completing a 4 year degree course (or equivalent recognised qualification from another jurisdiction).

We are members of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) and as such are compelled to fulfil CPD (Continuous Professional Development) on an annual bases ensuring that we are up to date with new findings and techniques and providing the utmost in patient care.

Why Chartered Physiotherapy?

The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) is the professional representive body for Physiotherapy and as such is recognised by the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) as the sole authority for Physiotherapy in Ireland.

The ISCP is the designated authorty acting with the approval of the Minister for Health for recognition of physiotherapy qualifications in Ireland.

Only members of the ISCP can use the title 'Chartered Physiotherapist' and you will only be attented by a Chartered Physiotherpist at BodyRight.

Do I need a referral?

To attend a Private Physiotherapy Clinic you do not require a referral.

To access a Physiotherapist within a public hospital you will need a referral from a doctor; either your GP or hospital consultant.

Will my insurance cover Private Physiotherapy treatment?

All major Health Insurance Providers cover treatments provided by a private Chartered Physiotherapist.

The level of cover will vary in accordance with your individual health insurance plan.