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Experience & enjoy the exceptional treatments at Airmid Therapies

AIRMID THERAPIES LOCATION

Airmid Therapies is located in the heart of Newry and Mourne, in the distinctive Ring of Gullion, an idillic surrounding in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which conveys a calm atmosphere and a sense of well-being.

We are three miles from Newry City and two miles from the Southern border. Ample parking is available.

Public Transport:

Newry Bus Station in City Centre or Newry Train Station

Taxis: Taxiline 15 Canal Street Newry 028 3026 0888 Clanrye Taxis 53 Monaghan Street Newry 028 3026 4666

Visit http://www.translink.co.uk for more information.

Access Statement

The is ramp access with a hand rail into a cabin where the therapies are provided.  There are outside lights which come on automatically with movement. We have an ergonomic therapy couch which can be adjusted for your needs.  A toilet is provided for your convenience.  You can enter the waiting area where you will be greeted and shown into the therapy room.  There is ample parking on site with no charge - private parking.

DIRECTIONS

From the North / Newry

  1. From A1 exit B113 for Forkhill
  2. Take 4th exit at Cloughogue roundabout for Forkhill, travel 1 mile (From Newry, take 3rd exit at Cloughogue roundabout for Forkhill)
  3. Turn left at Newtown Road, into Parkview housing estate and travel 1 mile
  4. Airmid Therapies is on your right at 27 Railside.

From the South

  1. Take the M1 / N1 Northbound
  2. Exit at junction 20 for Jonesbrough and turn right
  3. Take 1st exit at roundabout for Newry (at Carrickdale Hotel)
  4. Continue straight on Dublin road for 2 miles
  5. Turn left after Morgan’s Diner into Lower Newtown Road
  6. Take 1st right onto Newtown Road and travel half a mile
  7. Airmid Therapies is on your left at 27 Railside.

Our Location

Airmid Therapies - Our Location
27 Newtown Road,
Cloughogue,
Newry,
Co. Down
BT35 8NN
N. Ireland

Testimonials

"After my first KCR session, my back felt stronger and I was able to lift and hold my 17 month old grandson for the first time in months."

Bridget - Newry