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Since launching their successful physiotherapy service last year, Whelehans staff are often asked are all ‘physios’ the same? Unfortunately the answer is no. Unlike other medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, up until recently there has been no protection in Irish law for the title of physiotherapist in Ireland. This means that in essence, anyone such as a ‘massage therapist’ or ‘sports therapist’ has been able to assume the name of ‘physiotherapist’.
At a time when business closures in Castlebar have dominated local media, it comes as welcome news that a new chartered physiotherapy practice has just opened in the town.
Paula O’Neill, who opened Ballinrobe Physiotherapy Clinic, in February 2012, offers a variety of treatments for injuries and illnesses ranging from musculoskeletal, respiratory, neurological, and sports rehabilitation, amputee, women’s health, stroke rehabilitation, paediatrics, and orthopaedics.
January is New Year resolution time and probably the most popular resolution is exercising more or joining a gym. Exercise will not only make you look good, it will make you feel good, as it releases endorphins in the brain that enhance our mood. Physiotherapist Sinead Brogan at Whelehans Pharmacy in Mullingar explains some of the most common mistakes to avoid, to ensure you continue exercising long into 2014.
People can learn more about a condition which affects 25,000 people in Mayo at an information talk being held in the city next week.
People can learn more about a condition which affects 35,000 people in Galway at an information talk being held in the city next week.
BY EBHAN LOUGHLIN
Patients in Kilkenny will benefit from easier access to consultants in cardiology, orthopaedics, urology and vascular and general surgery, at the newly opened UPMC satellite centre, UPMC Beacon Waterford. The outreach clinic was officially opened on Thursday, October 27 at an education event for local GPs.
Alan Kerins Projects is pleased to announce that a novel charity match will take place in Croke Park on Thursday October 27 at 3.30pm. The match will see the old rivalry ignited between Dublin and Galway in what promises to be a fun filled occasion. Some of Ireland’s greatest sporting heroes have signed up for the event and they include; Padraic Joyce, Bernard Dunne, Ray Houghton, Jason Sherlock, Katie Taylor, Darragh O Se, Pat Spillane, Mikey Sheehy, Seamus Moynihan, Hector, Gary Gillespie, Ken Doherty, Mick Galway and Tony Ward.
Eamon Molloy, a chartered physiotherapist who holds clinics in HealthWest Community Pharmacy, Ballindine, this week discusses how to deal with back pain.