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Archive for 2024

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When is an ankle sprain NOT just an ankle sprain? by Alan Harrington

Ankle injuries are so common. They can happen to anyone, from athletes to the average person going about their daily life. One of, if not the most frequently encountered ankle injury is a sprain. As simple as missing a step on the stairs, walking down the cobbled streets of Galway to getting caught in a […]

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Golf Injuries & Conditioning by Richard Grier

Golf Injuries and conditioning “Golf is an old man’s sport”, something that is heard quite often. However the physical demands of golf for top tour pros are very high. The average tour pro swings their driver at 120mph, this is not easily done without appropriate training, flexibility and strength. While you may only walk about […]

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common types of heel pain. It occurs when the thick band of tissue that runs from your heel to your toes, known as plantar fascia, becomes inflamed. Plantar fasciitis commonly presents as an overuse injury, that occurs due to repetitive strain causing micro- tears in the fascia but […]

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New Year, New You

New Year, new you right? Are you thinking of changing your activity level for the better in 2024? That’s great! Exercising regularly has a million and one benefits, some of which are; Losing some excess body weight Improving your cardiovascular (Heart) health Improving your mental health Building some extra muscle as well as improving your […]

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