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Athletes both professional and amateur are all striving for the best— from the gear they wear to equipment and training methods to help get the edge. This is the case in every sport. But some times it is the simplest ideas that are the most beneficial to help boost performance.
Local heart and stroke charity Croí and Mayo PCCC, HSE West are encouraging everyone to get out and get active during Mayo Healthy Living Month which takes place during May.
The Institute of Massage and Sports Therapy Ltd was founded in 1998 with the aim of providing internationally recognised qualifications in sports therapy.
Children with disabilities, such as Down syndrome, have not received developmental screening or vital therapies in areas of County Galway for more than six months due to unfilled positions within the HSE’s Early Intervention Service.
The Road to Rehab is a two-part documentary following the moving stories of eight patients including Kilkenny native Ayeisha Grogan, travelling the road to post-injury rehabilitation at The National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire.
Eamon Molloy, a chartered physiotherapist who holds clinics in HealthWest Community Pharmacy, Ballindine, this week discusses how to deal with back pain.
A new concept in stroke rehab has been created by two local chartered physiotherapists, Karen Roberts and Daniel Szoska, who share 30 years’ experience in delivering neurological rehabilitation.
To challenge some of the common myths and to give the public a greater understanding of how to manage lower back pain, the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists has published Challenging Back Pain Myths as part of its annual Move4Health campaign. To mark the Move 4 Health campaign Aiden Tighe, senior physiotherapist, HSE West, is holding an information session in the Newman Institute in Ballina from 7pm to 8pm on Monday May 9.
People can learn about a method of natural healing which works with the body’s life force energy at a two day interactive video workshop at the Salthill Hotel on Sundays March 6 and 13.
Sporting activities make specific demands on the body. Regardless of the level of preparation or participation, these demands make the athlete susceptible to injury. Chartered physiotherapists have specialist knowledge of sports injuries and this ensures effective management of an injury with the earliest return to full sporting participation, while minimising the risk of re-injury.