Welcome to Back Pain and Posture Clinic
The TOTAL BACK REHAB treatment course for people suffering from back pain and sciatica in Back Pain And Posture Clinic Drogheda.
THIS COURSE IS FOR YOU: If you are suffering from recurrent lower back problems including fibrositis, fibromyalgia, slipped or herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, arthritis of the lower back, facet joint arthropathy, rheumatism, lumbago, and their variations. Enquire now if you suffered from these and other lower back pains in the past and want to prevent their recurrence in the future.Find out more
Clinical research is vital in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists regularly take broad new evidence based research to back up their treatments methods. Read more →
Paediatrics is a branch of medicine that deals with the development and health of children. Paediatrics is a highly specialised area of physiotherapy and one that is challenging as well as rewarding. Read more →
Causes of shin pain include compartment syndrome, which we look at under its own heading, nerve entrapment, vascular insufficiency, inflammation and bone stress. Read more →
Soccer injuries cover a wide array of complaints and can involve every part of the body. From concussions to plantar fasciitis, soccer players are prone to them all. Read more →
Ice therapy (cryotherapy) is the use of ice in the treatment of acute and chronic injuries. Read more →
Nonspecific back pain refers to pain in the back due to an unknown cause. This type of pain may be persistent and disabling and may or may not respond readily to over the counter drugs. Read more →
The human body is made up of 70% water, and can lose up to 3 litres daily, therefore it stands to reason that we need to maintain our water level in order to be healthy. Read more →
Many people join a gym or buy expensive exercise equipment and begin strength training without knowing how to properly lift weights. Read more →
When someone sustains injury requiring rehabilitation, he or she may receive services from different members of the rehabilitation team, depending on the type of injury. Read more →
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