Sports & Spinal Physiotherapy

Sports + Spinal Physiotherapy, is a cutting edge physiotherapy clinic located on the outskirts of Clonmel, South Tipperary. It was founded in March 2014 with the aim of providing outstanding client care, exceptional results and advanced research based practices.

At Sports + Spinal, we use individualised treatment to achieve our goal – making our clients better, fast.


Meet the experts

Sean Deegan

Chartered Physiotherpaist, BSc. Physiotherapy

Ronan Crosse

Chartered Physiotherapist, BSc Phys.Ed, Msc Physiotherapy.

Vivienne Glynn

Physical Therapist, BSc & Dip in Physical Therapy


Our areas of expertise

Physiotherapy Assessment & Treatment

Our physiotherapists can help people of all ages and levels of fitness recover from physical injuries. Treatment will usually start at the very first session along with advice, education and an tailored exercise plan.

Rehabilitation Plan Design

The management of most injuries, should include a tailored exercise programme. Our on site gym enables us to take you through appropriate exercises, step by step. From the early stage of injury to full return to work, sport or daily life, our physios can tailor the appropriate programme for you

Women's Health

Orla Crosse provides a Women's Health physiotherapy service at our clinic. To book or make an enquiry contact Orla on 087-0977748.


Your questions answered

A physiotherapy consultation is €60. 

Yes, depending on your own personal policy. You may also be able to claim a tax rebate on your physiotherapy costs through MED 1.

A detailed history of your issue will be taken and your physiotherapist may wish to discuss any previous injuries and other relavant information. Treatment will begin and this usually incorporates manual therapy and a bespoke exercise plan, suited to your needs. 

No. Anybody who wishes can book a physiotherapy session directly with us.

Comfortable and loose-fitting clothing is preferable.  Your physiotherapist may need to examine the area affected, so it would be best to bring a pair of shorts if it’s a lower back, hip, knee, ankle or foot issue and to bring a vest top or T-shirt if it’s a neck, upper back, shoulder, arm or hand problem.