Article from "The Southern Star"
Tuesday, 2nd October, 2018 7:05am
Story by Brian MooreA BALLINEEN woman has just been appointed the country’s first, and only, sports physiotherapist certified by the International Olympic Council.Mary Gleasure Hennigan, who runs Carbery Physiotherapy was one of just 24 physiotherapists from all over the world to graduate
Carbery Chartered Physiotherapy are delighted to announce the availability of Shockwave Therapy in our clinic. All of our Chartered Physiotherapists have undergone additional training and are experts in pain management and mobility restoration with the use of Shockwave Therapy.WHAT
Shoulder pain affects 15-20% of adults in Europe, with increasing likelihood in those of advancing age. Shoulder pain typically is associated with high levels of chronicity (longer than 12 weeks) and disability (unable to fully carry out normal daily activities). People who suffer with shoulder pain will often be diagnosed
Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release (SMR) technique that is used by athletes and physiotherapists to inhibit overactive muscles. Myofascial release is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. A foam roller is used to supplement the work of a deep tissue specialist; such
Staff at Carbery Physiotherapy attended two seminars recently on Hip and Groin pain. The first was titled “Hip and Groin Pain-from research to practice”, presented by Dr. Helen French & Mr. Enda King. The second was “The 3rd Hip and Groin Sports Injury Symposium” held in the Whitfield Clinic in
The GAA in association with Salaso have released a warm up/injury prevention programme called the 'GAA 15' Injury Prevention Programme. Here at Carbery Physiotherapy we find this a useful resource and feedback from our teams and patients have been very positive. The selected injury prevention intervention is based on programmes
I recently attended a Seminar on Return to Play after Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction in athletes. Speakers on the day were Mr. Declan Bowler, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Mater Private Hospital in Cork, and Dr. Phil Glasgow, Head of Sport’s Medicine at the Sports Institute of Northern Ireland.