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Treatments

Acute/Chronic Back Pain 

We treat across a wide variety of spinal pain disorders. From acute pain episodes such as muscle spasms, or more long-standing issues like a disc pathology or work-related back pain. Following a comprehensive assessment, we will give you a clear picture of why you are getting pain in the area. From this assessment, we will give you a bespoke treatment plan to help restore you to optimal health. Should you require further specialist advice, we can provide fast access to a wide range of consultant services and radiological investigations.

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Pre And Post-Operative Rehabilitation

We provide individual pre- and post-operative rehabilitation programmes for anyone undergoing orthopaedic procedures, such as:

  

  • Lumbar discectomy/ laminectomy/ spinal fusion 

  • Cervical decompression/disc repair

  • Hip and Knee replacement surgery 

  • ACL reconstruction 

  • Knee arthroscopy

  • Shoulder arthroscopy/reconstruction

  • Tendon repair surgery

  • Foot and Ankle Surgery

  • Elbow/Hand surgery

 

We work closely with many Orthopaedic consultants to ensure our rehabilitation programmes are in keeping with best practice so that our clients attain the best outcomes possible.

Degenerative Conditions

Degenerative problems include the following:

  •   Osteoarthritis

  •   Ankylosing Spondylitis Degenerative Disc Disease

  •   Rheumatoid Arthritis

  •   Osteoporosis

 

All of these painful conditions can be improved through a bespoke treatment plan depending on your condition. These plans aim to improve your range of motion in a particular joint, improve your strength and stability and ultimately reduce your pain levels. 

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Sports Injuries

Since 2009, we have worked for several professional teams across Ireland, the UK and New Zealand. We offer the latest treatment techniques and strength rehab prescription for a wide variety of sports injuries to help the client return safely and as quickly as possible to their sport.

 

We also build resilience against further injuries to give you the confidence to perform at your highest level. Whatever the injury, we will provide you with a clear diagnosis and a return to play protocol that will give you the confidence to return to competing at an optimal level. 

Childhood Growing Pains

What are growing pains?

The term "growing pains" refers to a benign (not dangerous) pattern of pain in the limbs. This pain usually occurs in children aged 2 to 12. These pains are the most common type of limb pain in children. Between 10% and 35% of children will have these pains at least once. Growing pains occur mostly in the legs (shins, calves, behind the knees or thighs), and affect both sides of the body. The pain appears late in the day or at night, often awakening the child. By morning the child is well, with no pain or stiffness.

 

Parents often report that they can predict when the pain will occur, often on days of increased physical activity or when the child is tired and grumpy. The duration of the pain is usually between 10 and 30 minutes, although it might range from minutes to hours. The degree of pain can be mild or very severe. Growing pains are intermittent, with pain-free intervals from days to months. In some children, the pain can occur daily. Early intervention of growing pain conditions will reduce the pain the child is experiencing and prevent the athlete from developing long term mobility issues that may impact their daily lives and participation in sport.

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Examples of such conditions are:

  • Osgood-Schlatter’s disease (irritation of the insertion of the patellar tendon below the knee)

  •  Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Syndrome (irritation of the origin of the patellar tendon at the base of the kneecap)

  •  Slipped femoral epiphysis (where the ball of upper end of the femur slips off hip in backward direction)

  •  Sever’s disease (inflammation of the growth plate in the heel)

  •  Biomechanical problems

  •  Scoliosis and back pain

  • Hip Apophysitis (traction-type injuries to the bony attachment point of a muscle-tendon unit.