About Active Physiotherapy

Active Physiotherapy and Acupuncture is conveniently located in the heart of Dublin 2 business centre on Lower Baggot Street, directly across from Larry Murphy’s pub click here to view map. The practice, established since 1997, opens early am till late evening, Monday – Friday. To make an appointment or for more information click here to contact us

As of July 2011, Active Physio has become part of The Physio Company, Ireland’s largest Chartered Physiotherapy & Sports Injury provider. The Physio Company is a family owned medical company and has been in operation since 2007. At Active Physio we will continue to treat all patients with the same high medical standard and professional customer service that The Physio Company prides itself on.

Our Treatments

Our Physiotherapy focus is the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders  such as back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, joint pain, muscle strain, ligament sprain, whilst our acupuncture can be used to compliment physiotherapy. Visit our injuries page for a full list of conditions we treat with physiotherapy. We also provide Acupuncture on its own in the treatment of all aspects of general well being. Please visit our Acupuncture page for a full list of the conditions we treat.

Our Team

All of our Physiotherapists are fully Chartered and regularly attend internal and recognised external professional development courses to stay at the top of their profession. Our Chartered Physiotherapists qualifications are internationally recognised and are members of the

Eoghan O’Sullivan

Chartered Physiotherapist

Eoghan is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. Eoghan completed his BSc in Physiotherapy in University College Dublin. He then completed an MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine in Trinity College Dublin, where he was awarded the clinical prize for best performance in the clinical exams. The MSc helped improve his diagnostic skills, and paved the way for him to get involved with elite sport where he has worked with both the IRFU and FAI underage setups.

Eoghan is the Head Physiotherapist for Coolmine RFC. He attends all training sessions and match day fixtures for the top two teams in the club. He is Education Officer with the Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine, where he helps organise and coordinate courses for the professional development of sports physiotherapists.

Eoghan approaches any issue with an holistic approach; he tailors treatment to focus on patient’s goals to maximise patient motivation and outcomes.

Eoghan specialises in musculoskeletal injuries, sports medicine and exercise therapy and has a particular interest in shoulder rehabilitation, low back pain and strength & conditioning.

Caroline Knox

Grad Dip Physiotherapy
MSc Muscloskeletal Physiotherapy

H. Dip Acupuncture
Post Graduate Diploma Sports Physiotherapy UCD

Caroline is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist and Acupuncturist with current membership of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists. After graduating, Caroline completed her Masters Degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and achieved a Distinction in her membership exams for the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. Caroline completed a Higher Diploma in Acupuncture at UCD, as well as a post graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy at UCD.

She worked for 5 years as a Senior Outpatient Physiotherapist in, the award winning teaching Hospital, Whittington Hospital, London, and has worked in private practice since returning to Ireland in 2005. She was also clinical tutor on the MSc Manipulative Physiotherapy Course in University College London. Caroline uses her 10 years of specialist experience and extensive post-graduate training in manipulation and exercise prescription to fully address injuries and musculoskeltal problems, and to facilitate efficent recovery. She is also currently the team physio for the Under 21s Rugby Team in UCD and has recently worked with The Irish Womens Rugby Team at one of the 6 nations training camps.

Outside of work, Caroline is an active and enthusiatic Member of Orwell Wheelers Cycling club and is a member of the sports and exercise medicine special interest group in the ISCP. Caroline has an expertise and a special interest in treating people suffering from chronic pain, sports injuries and musculoskeletal disorders. Caroline is also training for elite athletic level three Sports Physiotherapist accreditation.