Shoulder Pain Update.

I attended a great course and workshop with Associate Professor Karen Ginn, from the University of Sydney, recently. The course was held in the Leinster Rugby camp at UCD. What a set up! Research is showing that specific, prescribed and tailored EXERCISE is: More effective than no shoulder treatment More effective than standard physiotherapy (i.e. […]

Interesting Tendon Information

If you’ve ever injured a tendon then some of this will relate to you! Tendons connect muscle to bone and can become painful.  Dysfunction occurs when the tendon becomes inflamed, weakened or ruptured. Pain is the indicator that something is wrong. The most common tendons I treat in clinic include the Achilles Tendon (back of the […]