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    Headaches/Migraine

    often associated with tight muscles or stiff joints in the upper neck

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    Whiplash

    A soft tissue injury of the neck/back, sustained through a high velocity injury

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    Rotator cuff tears/impingement

    Often related to repetitive movements in awkward postures

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    Upper back pain

    Very commonly seen and, in the majority of cases, very treatable

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    Disc problems

    Disc bulges/prolapses and disc degeneration are common findings on MRI scan is those with, and without, back pain!

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    Tennis elbow

    Pain on the outside of the elbow, often aggravated by a gripping action, and not tennis at all!pain!

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    Rib pain

    Strains and bruising, often related to contact sport or a similar impact

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    Low back pain

    Very commonly seen and, in the majority of cases, very treatable

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    Low back pain

    Very commonly seen and, in the majority of cases, very treatable

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    Repetitive strain injuries

    pain caused by a low load, high frequency action

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    Pelvic pain

    Commonly seen in sports people or pregnant/post-partum women

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    Sciatica

    An irritation of the sciatic nerve that runs all the way down the back of the leg, often originating in the spine, which may cause pins and needles in the foot

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    Knee joint problems

    Knee cartilage/ligament injuries; or following knee arthroscopy/joint replacement surgery

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    Osgood-Schlatters

    A condition affecting the sporting adolescent, where the shin bone becomes inflamed at the site where the patellar tendon attaches

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    Shin splints

    Irritation of the front of the shin bone where the muscles attach. Often related to running on hard surfaces

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    Heel pain/plantar fasciitis

    Pain on the surface of the heel, which may refer into the sole of the foot

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    Fallen arches

    “Flat feet” or over-pronation causing excessive strain on the tendons and ligaments of the feet

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    Achilles tendinopathy

    An irritation of the tendon which connects the calf muscles to the heel bone

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    Neck/shoulder pain

    Often caused by poor posture e.g sitting at your desk

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    Frozen shoulder

    An autoimmune reaction causing the shoulder joint capsule to tighten up

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    AC joint injuries

    Sprains/wear and tear, often related to contact sport

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    Golfers elbow

    Pain on the inside of the elbow, often aggravated by the golf swing motion

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    Hip joint problems

    Hip pain or following hip arthroscopy/joint replacement surgery

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    Hip flexor/quad muscle injuries

    Strains, tears and contusions “dead legs” are all treated slightly differently

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    Hamstring muscle injuries

    Strains, tears, “tight hamstrings” and tendinopathy are all treated slightly differently

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    Patellar tendinopathy

    An irritation of the tendon which connects the quads muscles to the kneecap bone

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    Calf muscle injuries

    Strains, tears and “tight calves” are all treated slightly differently

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    Sprained ankle

    Ligament injuries sustained due to rolling the ankle joint – can become a recurrent problem

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    Foot pain/bunions

    Often associated with “flat feet” or over-pronation. It can make wearing shoes uncomfortable

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  • PHYSIO-LED CLINICAL PILATES

    Clinical Pilates is a new and innovative treatment, whereby Pilates exercises are tailored made to the individual, ideal for rehabilitation, preventing further injury and for general health and well-being.

     
  • BACK & NECK PAIN

    Many people experience an episode of mechanical back and neck pain during their life.  Often this does not occur as a result of a specific incident, but develops due to the regular “use and abuse” that we all experience.

     
  • SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY

    At Imokilly Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic we are very experienced in treating individuals and teams from a wide variety of sports, particularly Rugby, GAA, Running, Triathlon, Hockey, Basketball, Soccer and Dancing.

     
  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

    Imokilly Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic work with businesses across a number of sectors to improve the health and well-being of their employees.  Our clients include desk based workforces and those involved in manual / production line work.

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