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Ergonomics – Desk Set Up Guidelines

Ergonomics – Desk Set Up Guidelines

With the move towards more desk-based jobs, we are seeing more people complaining of back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, wrist pain etc. Many of these complaints can directly relate to your work posture and environment and may be helped with just a few quick...
And Breathe…..

And Breathe…..

Everywhere I look recently I am being reminded to breathe. Whether it’s in an exercise class or in the latest Mindfulness App, we are being told to breathe! You would think I’d have cracked this after doing it non stop since I took my first gasp at birth but it turns...
Foot Issues & How Orthotics Can Help

Foot Issues & How Orthotics Can Help

The foot is a hugely complex area of the body, comprising of over 20 bones and over 30 joints. It is very common for individuals to develop issues with the foot. Due to the nature of how the foot works, there are a wide range of problems that can occur. However, there...
I am Woman….Should I Roar?

I am Woman….Should I Roar?

Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the uniqueness of our sex. Being human in itself is a unique experience and what  makes us and our male counterparts unique to each other? One thing that is indisputable is our biology and physiology. As I age I...
National Stroke Awareness Week & Physiotherapy

National Stroke Awareness Week & Physiotherapy

This month, from the 6th – 12th March, the Irish Heart Foundation is running the National Stroke Awareness Campaign. It’s purpose is to promote the awareness of stroke detection as the sooner the stroke is detected, the greater the chance of survival and...
Injury Prevention in GAA Games

Injury Prevention in GAA Games

With the beginning of the GAA season seemingly earlier each year, and the increased demands being placed on players of all levels, injury prevention is growing in importance. 2 out of every 3 players on a GAA team will get injured at least once in a season. The...
Postnatal Conditioning

Postnatal Conditioning

At this festive time of year close to when the most famous birth of a child took place it put me in mind of Mary having just given birth and the fact she had no postnatal care. You might say ‘but sure childbirth is the most natural thing in the world’ what aftercare...
Plantar Fasciitis – Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Plantar Fasciitis – Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Plantar Fasciitis is a foot injury caused by a stretch or a rupture of the Plantar fascia, a fibrous membrane that goes from the bone of the heel to the base of the toes. This membrane is the “floor” of the foot. About 1% of the population is effected. This condition...
The Benefits of Children’s Yoga

The Benefits of Children’s Yoga

Yoga is very beneficial to children in many ways. Because children encounter emotional, social, and physical challenges or conflicts, a dedicated and intentional yoga practice that includes breathing techniques, behavioural guidelines, and physical postures can be...
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