All Star Leinster Physiotherapy Practice 2021

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We are delighted to receive Business All-Star Accreditation and to have received the award of ‘ALL STAR LEINSTER PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE’ Our team has been very busy over the last 8 weeks working with the All-Ireland Business Foundation to achieve our Business All-Star Accreditation Certificate.  This accreditation is an outstanding achievement and recognises the hard work and […]

Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain

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What is PGP? Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) is an umbrella term used to describe pain felt in the lower back or pelvic joints. Pain may also be felt in the hips or thighs. PGP used to be known as symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) It is a common complaint with around 1 in 5 pregnant women […]

Red Light Therapy for Recovery & Performance

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A large base of research has shown that red light therapy improves physical performance. This is the reason why so many athletes have included Red Light Therapy into their workout and recovery routine. However, being an athlete, muscle soreness, fatigue, and pain can be the effects of a strenuous workout routine. This can hinder your […]

Arthritis got you feeling old? It shouldn’t!

Here in Ratoath Physiotherapy we see and treat a lot of people with Arthritis. Too often we hear patients have gone for review with a consultant and are told following some imagining that they have Arthritis and they require a joint replacement or their Arthritis is not sufficiently bad enough yet and told come back when […]

Returning to exercise after pregnancy

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Returning to exercise after giving birth can be a daunting task for any new Mum. As a general guideline, 6 weeks rest after birth is recommended to allow for healing however this can vary depending on your health and birthing history. After this initial rest period, exercise can be incorporated and hosts a huge number […]

Osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis is a major health threat across the globe. An estimated 300,000 people in Ireland are affected by osteoporosis and approximately 200 million people worldwide are diagnosed with the condition. Worldwide, osteoporosis causes more than 8.9 million fractures a year, resulting in an osteoporotic fracture every 3 seconds. Osteoporosis vs Osteopenia Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by a decrease in bone density […]

Frozen Shoulder

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Adhesive Capsulitis, commonly known as ‘Frozen Shoulder’, is characterized by painful and limited range of motion of the shoulder. The condition most commonly affects one shoulder at a time, but in up to 14% of cases it can occur bilaterally. Frozen Shoulder is estimated to affect between 2-5% of the population, but increases by up […]

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