What is it? Frozen shoulder is an uncomfortable shoulder condition characterised by acute inflammation of the shoulder joint capsule usually on the inferior aspect. The cause is often unknown, but can be due to trauma to the affected area, long
What is it? Impingement syndrome of the shoulder is a common complaint. It occurs when the soft tissues in the subacromial space get pinched or trapped between the head of the humerus and the acromion. The tissues that tend to
What is it? Dislocation of the shoulder is a common sports injury. Dislocation can be anterior or posterior, with anterior being the most common. Depending on the severity, there may be damage to the joint capsule, labrum, surroundings muscle and
Shoulder Background – what joints make up the shoulder? The shoulder is an area that is susceptible to many injuries. Shoulder movement relies on the integrated motion of several joints; glenohumeral (the ball and socket joint) scapulothoracic (where the shoulder
Myofascial Release – gentle and effective pain relief therapy that targets long standing physical and emotional discomfort in your body’s fascial system. Myofascial Release is a unique form of physical therapy. It treats not only the injury, but the body
Tai Chi for health is a powerful internal martial art which helps you to slowly move the body in a gentle way.
March 2013 – Welcome on board to Niall O’Leary, acupuncturist. You can find out more details about Niall’s service by visiting http://newleafacupuncture.ie/. Niall’s acupuncture service comes as a welcome addition to the existing physical therapy, counselling and general practitioner in-house
For further information on customised Arch Supports contact Kirwan Clinic at: email@example.com. Wearing customised arch supports is one important aspect in preventing or eliminating musculoskeletal pain.
Kirwan Clinic is run by Barry Kirwan, Physical Therapist MIAPT and operates out of Rathfarnham. Barry specialises in physical therapy, myofascial release, prescription orthotics & rehabilitation programmes and works in conjunction with the resident general practitioners. Your physical therapist graduated
Myofascial Release (MFR) is fast gaining recognition as the missing link in traditional healthcare. Myofascial Release Therapy is a specialised physical therapy that affects and releases the restrictions within the fascial network. Myofascial Treatment: Do you suffer from a long