About Us


Leinster Clinic has evolved, since its inception as a Physiotherapy Clinic in 1996, into a modern multidisciplinary Health Centre, offering a broad spectrum of integrated health services, managed and delivered by a team of highly qualified and skilled clinicians.


Eamonn O’Muirchearthaigh opened his private physiotherapy clinic at the present site in 1996, having graduated with honours in 1993, and having completed the Irish Society of Orthopaedic exams in 1997, with a Diploma in Injection Therapy in 1999.

He served as team physiotherapist to the Kildare senior football teams from 1996 to 2005, and senior physiotherapist to the Laois senior football team in 2006, and the Wicklow senior football team in 2007 and 2008, during their win of the Tommy Murphy Cup in 2007.

He also served the Leinster Inter-provincial Cup Teams during their Cup victory in 2005, and the Irish International Rules Team in 2002 and 2003 against Australia.

Eamonn was an integral part of the TV series, THE UNDERDOGS, acting as their physiotherapist from 2004 to 2006, working with footballers, hurlers, and ladies football.

He also served with the European Tour as a physiotherapist to the professional golfers at several events, including the European Open, West of Ireland Open, and the Northwest of Ireland Golf Open.

It was his dream to develop a “ONE STOP” CLINIC with a range of services provided by highly skilled professional clinicians, and the search led to the inclusion of  Dental Surgeon, Joe Bergin and Orthotist, David Kingston, followed by speech therapist Niamh O'Mahony.

Thus began the establishment of a GP practice, a women's Health GP, a  Dental clinic, supported by Physiotherapy, an Orthotics Clinic, and a Speech and Language Therapy clinic.