Tag Archives: exercise

Red Light Therapy for Recovery & Performance

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

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 […]

Movement for Back Pain

When back pain strikes it can often be one of the most upsetting and frightening pains that our patients have gone through. Many of our patients experienced back pain of a sudden, non-traumatic onset which either bites very suddenly and severely or they describe feeling a niggle, then stiff and wake up the next day […]

Arthritis

What is arthritis? Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that effects the joints in your body. The main symptoms of arthritis are joint stiffness and pain which typically worsens with age. Arthritis is a degenerative condition where the inflammation causes damage to occur within the joint, so trying to switch this process off as soon as […]

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