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Archive for 2022

Neck Disc Bulge by Barbara Trent

Help, I have a disc bulge in my neck! If you HAVE, or EVER EXPERIENCED ongoing, severe neck pain, I’m sure you’d agree that – without using expletives – it’s an absolute thorn in the side, and often, more so than pain in other areas of the body. With simple things like opening bottles or glancing around while […]

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Plantar Fasciitis by Mark Hughes

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that affects the foot, usually causing pain on the centre or inside of the heel. As the name suggests, the plantar fascia is the main tissue that is involved. The plantar fascia runs from the heel, beneath the arch of the foot to the base of the toes.   Common Symptoms […]

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Whiplash by David Sheehan

Whiplash is a non-medical term used to describe a range of injuries to the neck caused by or related to a sudden distortion of the neck. It usually involves injury to the soft tissues of the neck (specifically ligaments, tendons, and muscles). It is caused by an abnormal motion or force applied to the neck that causes […]

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Physio Led Pilates Classes | 6 Week Course

6 WEEK COURSE STARTING 25TH OF APRIL LOCATION : 6 Classes for €90 ONLY A FEW SPACES LEFT BOOK NOW ON: 091 569706   What Are The Benefits of Physiotherapy Led Pilates Classes? Physiotherapy led classes have a small number of participants so that all participants can be observed and guided through the exercises in […]

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Police by Stephen Coleman

  Acute Injury Management – POLICE Principle by Stephen Coleman   The current best practice for acute injury management follows the POLICE principle. POLICE is an acronym that stands for Protection, Optimal Loading, Ice, Compression and Elevation. Previously RICE & PRICE were used to signify rest and protection, but in recent years this has been […]

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Meniere’s Syndrome by David Kelly

Meniere’s is a disorder of the inner ear that is also known as idiopathic endolymphatic hydrops. This condition causes increased hydraulic pressure within the inner ear endolymphatic system. Excess pressure accumulation in the endolymph can cause symptoms including: Fluctuating Hearing Loss Vertigo Tinnitus or Ringing in the Ears Aural Fullness Although Meniere’s disease can affect people […]

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