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A second Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner (RANP) in Emergency Nursing at Roscommon Injury Unit, which is located in the Urgent Care Centre at Roscommon University Hospital, has been appointed.
As the evenings lengthen in brightness thoughts turn towards enhancing the exercise experience with optimum posture paramount.
With the Christmas season fast approaching and the cold spell truly settled in, Roscommon University Hospital is reminding those within the vicinity that their injury unit is open from 8am to 8pm, 365 days per year to treat a wide range of injuries which are non-life or non-limb threatening as an alternative to visiting a busy Emergency Department.
Many athletes worldwide rely on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to improve their athletic performance. HBOT is a powerful treatment that any exercise enthusiast can benefit from, especially in the areas of active recovery, healing and treating injuries. Training, conditioning, and competition all stress the body.
Orthotics are devices applied to the body to maintain or alter the position of a joint or body part and are used to reduce pain, improve functional mobility, and reduce the risk of further injury. Orthotics assist in the treatment of a range of pathologies including foot drop. But what is foot drop?
With a qualification in sports massage and neuromuscular therapy from the National Training Centre (NTC) you can set up your own private practice, work within an established clinic, work with football teams, athletes, or become the resident therapist in one of the growing number of health clubs and personal training centres that are becoming so popular nationwide.
Pain can take many forms from occasional stabbing or throbbing to a constant pain that will not go away. Each type of pain also has a different cause. One should look for the real cause of the pain in order to plan your pain management.
Providing a foot clinic and chiropody service, Catriona Byrne, MsPract, Dipchfp., is based in McGorisk’s Pharmacy at Athlone Town Centre and the Clonbrusk Primary Care Centre on Thursday mornings, with Molloy’s Pharmacy in Roscommon her location from Monday to Wednesday and on Saturday mornings also.
The recently opened OxyGeneration clinic in Galway is to hold a series of free public talks over the next month, featuring well known speakers such as Vicky Phelan and Prof Dympna Waldron, Prof of Palliative medicine GUH/NUI Galway.