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HIP iMPINGEMENT

Conservative Management and Outcome of Femoroacetabular Impingement. By Mary Gleasure MISCP , Post Grad IOC, ESSKA Member Chartered Physiotherapist, Clinical Specialist in Sports Physiotherapy. This presentation outlines how to optimise Hip loads using current knowledge of impairment, undertaking shared decision making process and individualised rehab programmes required (Non-op, pre –op and post Op) for 12 … Read more

World champion praises her backroom staff

World Athletic Championship silver medallist Olive Loughnane was honoured by the Evening Echo yesterday in front of her family and friends. The Coachford-based athlete was presented with the Evening Echo Sports Star of the month award for August by assistant CEO of the Evening Echo Diarmuid O’Donovan. Olive, who heads off to Russia this week … Read more

Recovery Rooms

We wish to establish Recovery as an integral part of every athlete’s training, along with appropriate on and off pitch training, sleep and nutrition. Our NormaTec Recovery Systems Compression Boots are the leaders in rapid recovery and gives a competitive edge to the world’s elite athletes, coaches, and trainers. NormaTec Recovery Systems Compression Boots rejuvenate … Read more

Covid-19 Important patient information

A covid screening form is emailed to each patient the day before the appointment. Patients are advised to cancel appointment if they have any of the covid symptoms . All clients will be spoken pre-appointment to get an understanding of their injury prior to face to face contact. This will limit unnecessary time in the clinic.  … Read more

OLYMPIC GLORY FOR MARY GLEASURE

A Balineed woman has just been appointed the country’s first, and only, sports physiotherapist certified by the International Olympic Council. Mary Gleasure Hennigan, who runs Carbery Physiotherapy was one of just 24 physiotherapists from all over the world to graduate from the prestigious Swiss based council’s post-grad in sports-physiotherapy. Mary is originally from North Cork, … Read more