Posts Tagged ‘dublin 2’

21 Day PT Trial

21 Day PT Trial Want a 21 Day PT Trial? Right now Sports Physio Ireland is offering you the chance to come in and try out our services for 21 days for only €59! The 21 Day PT Trial will cover everything from strength and conditioning training to rehabilitation of an injury under the watchful…

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How To Take 10 Years Off Your Sprint Speed

How To Take 10 Years Off Your Sprint Speed What is the key to playing sport in your forties? To me, it’s getting rid of your excuses. Excuses not to train are easy to find in winter, but two fears loom large when you hit your forth decade. First off I’m more likely to get injured…

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Achilles Tendon Injury – What Rehab is Forgetting

Achilles Tendon Injury – What Rehab is Forgetting The Achilles tendon is at risk of injury with high load. Runners have a 15 times greater risk of Achilles rupture and 30 times greater risk of tendinopathy than sedentary individuals. The Achilles tendon is the thickest and strongest tendon in the body. The three calf muscle…

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Shoulder Stabilisation

Shoulder Stabilisation   Shoulder stabilisation exercises make up a large part of our preventative programmes at Sport Physio Ireland. But what exactly is shoulder blade stabilisation and why is it important?   Essentially what we are talking about is the development of good posture during exercise and activity through ‘switching on’ or ‘activating’ muscles around…

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The Hip Flexor Stretch

The Hip Flexor Stretch The Hip Flexor stretch is a common exercise used in both gym and rehab settings. Personally I use it a lot in conjunction with many other movements, in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and sports-related injuries. While it can be an excellent prescription for many individuals, it is very often performed…

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Five Tips So You Can Avoid Injury

Five Tips So You Can Avoid Injury Sports Physio Ireland’s physiotherapist Riain Casey talks us through five tips so you can avoid injury. Many injuries can be easily prevented. Some times small adjustments to our everyday lifestyle can have a big impact in injury prevention. Simple things like correctly fuelling the body and a good healthy sleeping pattern…

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Peter Mathews Pre Run Warm Up

Peter Mathews Pre Run Warm Up With the Dublin marathon approaching it’s important that you implement a decent warm up before you run.. Our running expert and massage therapist Peter Mathews demonstrates a pre run Warm Up. Peter runs everyday and remains injury free because he is dedicated to his strength training, which compliments his running. Have a look at…

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MCL Injuries

MCL Injuries We recently seen Karl Lacy tog out and play against Mayo with heavy taping on his leg to protect a recent Medial Collateral ligament (MCL) injury. The medial collateral ligament is a band of tissue that connects the thighbone to the lower leg and helps prevent the knee from buckiling inwards. It can be injured when twisting or…

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Fat Loss Conditioning

Fat Loss Conditioning Conditioning exercises for the injured personKeeping on top of your fitness while you are out with an injury can be a difficult task. Because, as a result of your low back, hip, or knee issue, you are now limited in what you can do on the pitch, on the track, or just…

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Manage your Body Fat

Manage your Body Fat with These Simple Tips Sports Physio Ireland’s Joey Boland gives some great, easy to follow advice on how to reduce and manage your body fat, whether it’s a training goal or managing your weight while you’re out injured.  

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