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Exercise for people with Osteoarthritis

Exercise for people with Osteoarthritis

“I’ve been told my pain is because I have Arthritis, and ‘wear and tear’.  So why is my physiotherapist telling me exercise is important?”   Below we will discuss the benefits of exercise associated with osteoarthritis (OA) and hopefully shine a light on why we...

Ten facts about low back pain

Ten facts about low back pain

Dúirt bean liom go ndúirt bean léi. (Irish, 'a woman said to me that a woman said to her'). A term used in Hiberno-English to mean gossip or hearsay, especially of an unreliable nature.   This blog post addresses low back pain, one of the most common issues we...

Five tips to prevent exercise related injuries after lockdown

Five tips to prevent exercise related injuries after lockdown

Lockdown affected all of us in many different ways. In order to cope with lockdown and its effects, a lot of people turned to exercise, whether it be to keep in shape after overindulging, help with their physical and mental well being or just for something to do....

Physio tips for staying injury free while working from home!

Physio tips for staying injury free while working from home!

Due to the current situation, a lot of people have been forced to set up temporary work stations in order to work from home. For most people, this will be their first time working from home and as a result their desk set up may not be the best. What can you do to set...