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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.
An innovative company that brings physiotherapy to you has been launched in Galway. Established by local healthcare professional John Butler, Homecare Physio aims to provide a physiotherapy service in the home, nursing home, or workplace. The service is there for people who are unable to attend their local clinic for essential physiotherapy due to poor mobility, lack of access to transport, or time restrictions.
Do you suffer from pain in your muscles or limited movement in your joints?
Wishbone Japanese Physiotherapy is a new practice based in Mullingar offering the ancient Japanese therapy Amatsu.
The IMTA was founded in 1990 and is one of the most respected associations in the field of complementary healthcare in Ireland today. It promotes and encourages high standards in training, education, and the practice in the massage therapy profession. It is an Irish-based association promoting and assisting Irish therapists in every aspect of their professional practice.
The Institute of Massage and Sports Therapy Ltd was founded in 1998 with the aim of providing internationally recognised qualifications in sports therapy. The institute recognised the need for therapists who were trained specifically in the treatment, management, and rehabilitation of sports injuries. It specialises in diploma courses in anatomy and physiology, sports and holistic massage, reflexology, and sports injury therapy.
An outpatient waiting list for orthopaedic procedures at Galway University Hospitals has been reduced by 55 weeks since a new musculoskeletal clinic was set up at Merlin Park Hospital.
Back In Action Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic opened its doors in 2006 in Market Point Medical Park and has since provided an excellent standard of treatment to every client. Each patient is assessed and treated according to their individual needs. The team of chartered physiotherapists provide treatment for any musculoskeletal complaint. Clients can also attend for biomechanical analysis and foot orthotic prescription.