Dr. Tobias Pintar

General Practitioner, LNB Pain Therapy, Acupuncture

Pain treatment, Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Pain Clinic – Pain Treatment and Therapy

After our Dublin pain clinic’s highly effective pain treatment, I’ll teach you exercises, so you can take care of your pain condition yourself. You will learn where pain comes from and how to integrate habits into everyday life to prevent it.

Pain Therapy in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, we understand that pain is often a condition, not a disease. Our dedicated approach focuses on addressing the underlying causes of your pain to provide lasting relief and improve your life quality.

With our personalised and comprehensive approach to pain treatment, we are committed to helping you overcome your pain and regain control of your life. Trust us to guide you through a tailored pain treatment plan that aims to alleviate your discomfort and improve your overall well-being. Say goodbye to pain, visit our Dublin pain clinic – let us help you on your journey to a pain-free life.

Effective Pain Treatment: Say Goodbye to Your Persistent Pain

At the Pain Clinic in Dublin, we are dedicated to revolutionizing how persistent pain is treated through the innovative LNB Pain Relief Method. This scientifically-based approach targets the underlying causes of pain by focusing on specific pain points and employing unique osteopressure techniques along with movement exercises.

By reprogramming the way the body perceives pain, the LNB method offers not just temporary relief but a long-lasting solution to pain sufferers. Our team of highly trained specialists is committed to providing you with personalized care that aims to restore your mobility and improve your quality of life.

Say goodbye to your persistent pain and embrace a new, pain-free beginning with us at the Pain Clinic in Dublin, where effective pain treatment is not just a promise—it’s a reality.

Dublin Pain Clinic in Dun Laoghaire

Dublin Pain Clinic – Our Treatments

Pain treatment service

Pain Therapy

FSM (frequency-specific microcurrent) and LNB Pain Therapy are two pain treatment methods that I use frequently. FSM uses micro-doses of electric current to influence the body’s physiology with specific frequencies. LNB Pain Therapy is a manual, non-invasive treatment based on a new understanding of pain related to fascia. I also use auricular acupuncture to detect and neutralize “foci” that may be contributing to chronic pain conditions. 

functional medicine

Functional Medicine

Functional medicine seeks to identify and treat the root cause of illness and disease, including pain, by addressing underlying inflammation and immune dysfunction. Our rapidly changing environment, with its increased exposure to toxins, nutrient-poor foods, and stress, has made us less resilient and more susceptible to chronic disease. Conventional medicine can often only diagnose and manage, but not cure, disease.

Acupuncture service


A key component of traditional Chinese medicine has been used for over 2,000 years to balance the body’s “qi” and promote healing. Acupuncture stimulates specific points on the body with needles, triggering the release of hormones and other biochemicals that have multiple physiological effects, including pain relief and reduced inflammation. It is also thought to activate the peripheral and central nervous systems, influencing both the body and the mind.


Winter is coming – and with it the cold and flu season

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