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Stroke Rehab at
Sandycove Physiotherapy

With Dr. Cary Morin

Doctor of Physiotherapy, Physical Therapist,

LSVT BIG Certified Clinician


Introducing Stroke Rehab at

Physiotherapy is an important step in the recovery of function and mobility after a stroke. As no two strokes are the same, it is vital to receive individualized care. Persistent problems that may occur after a stroke include muscle weakness or paralysis, poor balance and coordination, pain, decreased sensation, fatigue, and cognitive changes.


The rehabilitation process will be different for each person and vary based on severity of the stroke. It is important to receive physiotherapy treatment after a stroke, regardless of severity, in order to restore as much physical function as possible. Even individuals after a mild stroke will benefit from physiotherapy treatment to decrease risk of falling and maintain an active lifestyle.

Our specialized clinicians are trained to offer evidence-based physiotherapy to address: 

  • Balance and coordination

  • Walking

  • Assistive device training 

  • Strength and flexibility

  • Fatigue and reduced endurance 

  • Risk of falling

  • Activities of daily living 

  • Caregiver training 


Our mission is to help those who have suffered from a stroke to restore function and improve their quality of life through physiotherapy treatment. 

Dr. Cary Morin


Doctor of Physiotherapy, Physical Therapist, LSVT BIG Certified Clinician, Dry Needling & Shockwave Specialist


Hi, I am Cary. Born and raised in northern New England, USA, I studied in North Carolina where I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. Over the past 6 years, I have trained and worked in Acute Care and Outpatient Care in both hospital and privately-owned settings.​

I am particularly passionate about treating Parkinson's, having gained my LSVT certification. I specialise in improving mobility in patients with Neurological degenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Having helped many patients who had lost their mobility & day-to-day life to neurological disease, gain back their strength, movement and quality of life.

Baylor specializes in the treatment of vestibular disorders, concussions, balance impairments, and neurological conditions including Parkinson’s disease, stroke, and MS. She is one of 14 LSVT BIG certified physiotherapists in Ireland for the treatment of persons with Parkinson’s disease. 


Initial Consultation 1hr- Discussion, treatment and plan of care €140 Book Online

Follow Up 30min - discussion and plan of care

€70 Book Online

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