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Relief Chartered Physiotherapy

Chartered Physiotherapist In Drogheda

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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September 5, 2018
Benefits of Physiotherapy and Acupuncture.

Acupuncture is one of the many treatment modalities utilised by some Physiotherapists. It is usually integrated into a management programme. Physiotherapists use acupuncture with a background of clinical and research evidence, although many of the concepts originate from an ancient system dating back as far as 1000BC. Acupuncture in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) was founded […]

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August 10, 2018
Tension Headaches

Tension headaches, also known as stress headaches, are the most common type of headache, and can cause anywhere from mild to intense pain. They are characterised by a dull pain, tender head, and feelings of pressure around the head, as though you are wearing a headband. Tension headaches can last anywhere from under an hour […]

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July 22, 2018
Why do I keep getting shin splints???

Shin Splints are an all-too-common affliction for runners. The pain is caused by the inflammation of the muscles and tendons that run alongside the shinbone, otherwise known as the tibia. Causes and Prevention Almost every runner at some point experiences this nagging pain, and it’s often due to sudden increases in mileage, training, or changes […]

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July 5, 2018
With the hosepipe ban the trampoline is back out - but be careful of injuries!!

Here are the most common injuries • Broken bones (Sometimes surgery is needed.) • Concussions and other head injuries. • Sprains/strains. • Bruises, scrapes, and cuts. • Head and neck injuries (which can lead to permanent paralysis or death) Many people injure themselves in their own backyards. Rarely to we believe that we could get […]

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June 25, 2018

The summer wouldn’t feel complete without a pair of strappy sandals or colourful flip-flops. We see an increase in patients complaining of foot pain during the warm summer months. During the winter, women wear better, more supportive shoes, While flip-flops, flats and sandals accessorize the perfect summer outfit it could cause serious damage to the […]

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June 12, 2018
Have Back Pain and going on holidays???? Follow these Top Tips

Car Trips Sitting in a car for hours on end can put a lot of pressure on your back. Fortunately, there are ways to alleviate the strain long car rides can place on your low back: • If your car seat doesn't offer enough support for your low back, there are a variety of seat […]

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June 6, 2018
Why are my feet so sore on holidays???????

This time of year everyone is going to put their feet through a grueling ritual of beach walking, shopping, and sightseeing on holidays. This happens because we dramatically increase our activity this time of year without thought to what we are doing to our feet and legs. The pain comes from multiple factors: muscle fatigue […]

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May 28, 2018
Gardening: tips to avoid injury

Although many do not consider gardening a formidable activity, the reality is that gardening can result in as many injuries as a number of sports. One of the main contributing factors to gardening injuries is that many gardeners think of the activity as a casual afternoon of fun and therefore inadequately warm up, stretch or […]

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May 23, 2018
Pregnancy Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy for Pelvic Girdle Pain Pelvic dysfunction is common in pregnancy. The pelvis can become very mobile secondary to hormonal changes and this can have a knock-on effect through the pelvis and into the lumbar spine. The muscles attaching to the bones of the pelvis, the sacrum, the coccyx, the hips and the lumbar spine […]

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Aston Village, Drogheda,
Co. Louth, Ireland, A92 RT20

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