Posts Tagged ‘joey boland’

Running Therapy

5 Reasons Why Running Is the Best Therapy Running is more than just training and building endurance. It is also one of the best ways of relieving stress, spending quality “me” time, and it is recommended by many doctors as a side therapy in case of depression and anxiety. But even perfectly healthy people can…

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Complete Hamstring Rehab Part 2

Complete Hamstring Rehab Part 2   Stage 3 hamstring rehab 10 days to 2 weeks, this is a more functional hamstring rehab exercise i like to use to promote strength into the hamstrings..   End stage rehab for hamstring A Kettlebell swing is really good for developing power in preparation for pitch based return to…

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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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Calf Strain Fixing

Calf Strain fixing Calf strains are one of the most common and preventable injuries in GAA athletes. A calf strain involves a pull or tear to one or more of the muscles at the back of the lower leg. These muscles are responsible the movement at the ankle which involves pointing your toes away from…

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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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Power Training for Hurling

Hurling Power Training Here we have a typical hurling power session we use on the week of championship games. Paul is one of our oldest clients and he came to us to initially rehab a troublesome and longstanding back injury. Paul felt the massive benefits were beyond just getting rid of back pain so he…

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Achilles Rehab

Achilles Rehab is very important When it comes to Achilles Rehab, you really don’t want to cut corners or mess around. Check out some of the end stage rehab we are doing with one of our athletic clients. In this video you will get simple ideas we utilise at Sport Physio Ireland to get you…

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A Dynamic Warm Up for Runners

I encourage all my running clients to have a personalised and specific 5 minute dynamic warm up. This method of warming will dramatically decrease your chances of injury during your run, in comparison to your typical 5 to 10 minute light jog and stretch as a warm up. Most of our clients are time poor…

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