ORTHOTICS CLINIC

MEDICAL SUITE & MINOR SURGERY

PHYSIOTHERAPY

DENTAL SUITE

ACUPUNCTURE & CHINESE MEDICICINE

SPEECH & LANGUAGE THERAPY

COUNSELLING

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A Multi-Disciplinary Private Practice Geared Towards YOUR Health

It is with this vision and purpose that we aim to provide you with a 'one-stop-shop' for all your health care needs including a progressive Medical Suite, a Dental Clinic, a Physiotherapy practice, an Orthotics & Biomechanics clinic as well as Speech Therapy, Counselling, Acupuncture and Yoga & Pilates and so much more all under one roof.

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The Leinster Clinic Team

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Dr Neville Wilson

Medical Suite

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Dr Paul Mulryan

Dental Clinic

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Eamon O'Muircheartaigh

Physiotherapy

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David Kingston

Orthotics & Biomechanics

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Niamh O'Mahony

Speech & Language Therapy

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Sandro Graca

Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

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Jenny O'Byrne

Counselling & Psychotherapy

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Emma Guinan

Yoga

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Deirdre Coss

Reflexology

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Leinster Clinic Location

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Our Address

The Leinster Clinic
Kilcock Road
Maynooth
Co Kildare

Directions From Maynooth

Passing Dunnes Store on your right, proceed along the road to Kilcock, through the roundabout at the NUI (University) campus entrance, for a further 1/2 kilometer.  The entrance to Leinster Clinic is on your right, marked by a large sign with a green cross.

Directions From Kilcock

Take the Maynooth Road out of Kilcock along the canal. As you come close to Maynooth you will pass the Laraghbryan Cemetary on your left. The Leinster Clinic is just ahead on the left hand side before you reach the roundabout.

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Health Articles

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Dr Neville Wilson On The Full Irish Breakfast On KFM Radio

By Dr. Neville Wilson

This interview with Dr Neville Wilson first appeared on local radio station KFM in May 2013 after national press presented findings on the ‘healthiness’ of the Full Irish Breakfast or Ulster Fry.

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Predicted Escalation of Obesity in Ireland

By Dr. Neville Wilson

Results from the UK Health Forum Study presented to the 22nd European Congress on Obesity in Prague last week, should be a cause for alarm amongst all Irish citizens, and also for all professional bodies who assume responsibility for public health initiatives. The predictions that in 15 years from now 89% of Irish males are…

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Reviewing Our approach to the Obesity Crisis – 2011

By Dr. Neville Wilson

The traditional approach to the management of obesity has been the recommendation to “diet and exercise”, and to elicit the support of family doctors with aims to modify unhealthy lifestyle habits. The limited success of such conventional strategies is clearly apparent in the unabated escalation of global obesity and its wide range of adverse consequences…

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