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April 8, 2019
Drogheda- Relief Chartered Physiotherapy book online

Booking online through our online booking system is so easy. See what appointments are available to suit your schedule. Go to our website or on facebook to book. You can also ring us on 0877097178 and to make a booking. www.reliefcharteredphysiotherapy.com

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April 3, 2019
Spring into Health & Fitness

Although the weather recently has been more 4 seasons in one day than spring like.  Now with the longer evenings and the brighter mornings is the perfect time to start some routines to increase exercise and benefit your health and fitness. Whether you are already a walker, runner swimmer or gym goer there is the […]

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March 25, 2019
Mother's day is on Sunday

Special Offer buy a €50 voucher for a 1hr massage. Get a qualified professional massage for your mother. Don't worry if they have injuries or back problems we can help at Relief Chartered Physiotherapy. Feel free to ask questions about your massage treatment and a qualified specialist will ring you back.  We can post your […]

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February 27, 2019
Achilles tendinopathy that showed that you can safely continue some activity like running

Siibernagel et al 2007 used the pain-monitoring model in a study on Achilles tendinopathy that showed that you can safely continue some activity like running.  ( see picture below) Pain-monitoring model We know that tendinopathy does not improve with rest as the tendon weakens. One way of gradually increasing activity in a safe way is […]

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January 28, 2019
What is vestibular rehabilitation?

Dizziness, vertigo and imbalance are symptoms commonly reported by adults to their doctor. These symptoms can have a negative impact on a persons’ quality of life, making it difficult for them to perform and enjoy their normal daily activities. Common symptoms include: dizziness on certain head movements vertigo – a feeling that you or the […]

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January 16, 2019
We need to look after our spine… we only have one …. and it can`t be replaced.

Chartered Physiotherapists working in the area of Musculoskeletal therapy are specially trained in treating back and neck pain. Modern sedentary lifestyles are a cause for an increasing incidence of back and neck pain. Neck problems can cause pain in your neck, shoulder, mid-back, arm or headaches. A back problem can cause pain in your back, […]

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December 6, 2018
THE 5 BEST CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR YOUR ATHLETE

Christmas gifts and ornamentsThe holidays are just around the corner, and you may be wondering what gifts to give your athlete this year. You know you want to get them something useful, but aren’t sure what they need to help them succeed in practice and on the field. Help your athlete work hard, enjoy a […]

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October 30, 2018
But when are the best times to schedule your massage? And how can you maximize its value, because, let's face, they're not cheap.

Runners have long known that a good massage can boost their recovery after a tough race or hard workout. Besides the obvious "it hurts so good," massages can also reduce stress and help you relax before an important race. There are specific times to get deep tissue massages if you want to boost the benefits […]

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October 3, 2018
As of 1st October 2018 Physiotherapy is now State Regulated.

What State Regulation Means For You? Statutory regulation protects the public by "promoting high standards of professional conduct, education, training and competence" (CORU 2014). Statutory regulation of physiotherapists is the responsibility of CORU, the regulatory authority established under the Health Act 2005 to regulate twelve health and social care professions including physiotherapy. Under this Act […]

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September 10, 2018
Common Causes Of Calf Muscle Pain And How To Look After It

The calf is one of the most frequently injured body parts, especially if you are a particularly active person. As well as the three major muscles, the soleus, the medial gastrocnemius, and the lateral gastrocnemius, the calf also contains the smaller plantaris muscles, the tibia, the fibula, and a number of tendons and ligaments. Calf […]

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