Ireland Most Experienced Amatsu Therapists
David and Alan McCarthy are among the most experienced and highly trained Amatsu Orthopath Therapists in Ireland. David is just one of four people trained to Amatsu Master (Sekkotsu) level in Ireland. The clinic has been operating for more than 14 years and has successfully treated over 3,500 patients.
The Amatsu Clinic in Dublin is the longest-established and most respected Amatsu clinic in Ireland. The clinic has been treating patients for more than 17 years using the Amatsu Orthopath techniques.
More than 5,000 patients have been treated in the clinic over the last 17 years by David McCarthy and Alan McCarthy.
Amatsu Orthopath is based on an ancient Japanese deep-tissue massage combined with modern knowledge of how the body works. This combination of ancient wisdom and modern science has produced a treatment protocol that is effective on a wide range of ailments.
It is based on ancient principles of natural movement and can be used to help many musculo-skeletal and lifestyle related conditions, as well as supporting the restoration of general health and well being.
Unlike many other therapies, Amatsu is a whole body treatment that works with the body’s soft tissue (eg muscles, tendons, fascia, ligaments and organs) to help to re-balance other key mechanical and energetic structures (e.g. the spine, bones, joints, cranium and meridian circuits).
The clinic is based in Sandyford and serves patients from across Dublin, including Rathmichael, Tallaght and Dun Laoghaire.
“I have and would recommend David to anyone with back or neck trouble”
“Thanks to Alan chronic crippling pain that I had down my shoulder, arm, and hand is gone.”
“I could feel a huge difference after only 3 sessions”
“Following only one treatment my headaches instantly stopped. It was amazing!”
Amatsu Orthopath Treatments
Amatsu Orthopath manage can be used to treat a wide variety of ailments. Some of the most common maladies presented to us in the 3,500 patients we have treated include…
- Pelvic pain
- Groin strain
- Frozen shoulder
- Jaw pain
- Sprains and strains
- Neck and shoulder pain
- Trapped nerves
- Post-surgery recovery
- Postural problems
- Mobility problems
- Upper and lower back pain
- Tennis/golfers elbow
- Carpel tunnel/Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
- Knee problems
- Feet and ankle problems
- Joint problems
- Sports injuries
- Muscular spasms
- Circulation issues
- Chronic fatigue or Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Digestive problems
- Menstrual problems
- Pre and post pregnancy Stress
- body misalignment
- slipped Disk