What is Osteitis Pubis? OP is the inflammation of the pubic symphysis bone, which is located in the front of the pelvis. Pain is located in this area or can refer into the inguinal area and/or groin. People suffering from OP experience pain coughing, sneezing and when stretching the adductors and … [Read more...] about Osteitis Pubis
Groin Pain In GAA Players
Groin pain screening Groin pain is one of the most stubborn injuries that we see as physiotherapists. For years, scientific evidence and functional movement trainers have told us that functional movement screening is a great way to predict injury in athletes, but unfortunately latest evidence has … [Read more...] about Groin Pain In GAA Players
Are your Children Becoming Over Trained?
Hey folks I’ve decided to write a short blog on children injuries from ages 8-17. I’m seeing a lot of children of these ages coming into my clinic with a number of hip, knee and back injuries from over-training Now we all want our children to be happy and active, but … [Read more...] about Are your Children Becoming Over Trained?
5 Things You Can Do To Help Your Back Get Better
5 Things You Can Do To Help Your Back Get Better 1.) Give it a chance to rest First of all with our busy lives in the modern world it’s hard to get some down time. Everyday it’s get up, get dressed, make your breakfast, go to work, come home, play with your kids, go … [Read more...] about 5 Things You Can Do To Help Your Back Get Better
Pain after Sport In Adolescent Teens
Children suffering from low back pain or knee pain?? This will explain why…… I’ve had a lot of children in with me over the last few months with pains and aches from sports. On average these children are between the ages of 12 and 15 and one noticeable trait I see among this age group … [Read more...] about Pain after Sport In Adolescent Teens
Shoulder Pain – Evidence your scan may not tell you what is actually wrong.
Shoulder Pain??..... Read this for insights if you have had a scan done.... A Study from 2011, conducted an ultrasound scan on 50 males with no history of shoulder pain and the results were astounding. 96% of these men had abnormal findings. The highest abnormal findings were bursal … [Read more...] about Shoulder Pain – Evidence your scan may not tell you what is actually wrong.