Although the weather recently has been more 4 seasons in one day than spring like. Now with the longer evenings and the brighter mornings is the perfect time to start some routines to increase exercise and benefit your health and fitness.
Whether you are already a walker, runner swimmer or gym goer there is the opportunity to reflect on your current exercise, what gives you a spring in your step and brightens your day. If you are new to exercise a good ...
Have you had a recent surgery or have you a surgery booked?
Physiotherapy is an important part of the process both pre-operatively and for post operative rehabilitation. Whether it’s a total knee replacement, total hip replacement, abdominal, knee, ankle, shoulder or spine surgery advice from a Chartered Physiotherapist will aid your recovery.
Pre-operative physiotherapy ensures that you are ready for your operation. When you perform strengthening exercises pre-operatively, especially around the area of operation you are more likely to have an easier rehabilitation after the ...
Surprise a loved one! Get that niggly pain sorted! Kick Start their New Year Fitness Resolution with Pilates!
If someone you love needs some motivation to improve their well being why not give a gift voucher for an assessment with an expert Chartered Physiotherapist.
Here at Southside Physiotherapy we have gift vouchers for a treatment session or deep tissue massage, or a Pilates class all with our Chartered Physiotherapists.
Allow us to maximize your health as we shift into a new season and the ...
Urinary incontinence is the complaint of involuntary loss of urine.
It is common but should not be accepted as normal.
Physiotherapy can play a huge role by providing advice and exercises!
There are various types of incontinence:
Stress urinary incontinence: involuntary leakage on effort or exertion for example when lifting or exercising, sneezing or coughing. Common reports can be leaking when walking, dancing, jumping, laughing, running etc.
Urge incontinence is the complaint of involuntary leakage accompanied by or immediately preceded by urgency to go ...
Did you know that October is Spinal Health Care month?
We need to look after our spine… we only have one …. and it can`t be replaced.
Chartered Physiotherapists working in the area of Musculoskeletal therapy are specially trained in treating back and neck pain.
Modern sedentary lifestyles are a cause for an increasing incidence of back and neck pain. Neck problems can cause pain in your neck, shoulder, mid-back, arm or headaches. A back problem can cause pain in your back, groin, hip ...
We are delighted to be part of World Physiotherapy Day which takes place on the 8th of September each year. This year the focus is on Mental Health and the part your Chartered Physiotherapist can play in maximising your well-being and activity.
Did you know that physical activity can actually protect against the onset of depression?
Studies have also shown that physical activity improves quality of life and self esteem in people experiencing mental health issues.
Take a brisk walk everyday to get your ...
The Healthy Ireland Summer Campaign is well underway. Over the summer months Healthy Ireland & partners are encouraging people to make one small, healthy change - together!
The Summer campaign emphasises the benefits of making healthy changes with others. Encouraging people to get out and get active together this summer - whether walking with a group, visiting some of our many parks and heritage site with family or sharing a salad or summer fruits with friends. Watch & share the Healthy Ireland Summer ...
The VHI Women’s Mini Marathon which is taking place in Dublin on Sunday 3rd June is finally upon us. Thousands of women will register and start getting into the spirit of this fantastic women’s event.
It’s always a fun day with everyone in great spirits. But whether you’re walking, jogging or running you must prepare your body for the 10K that lies ahead. A good warm up will improve performance and reduce the likelihood of injury.
Here are some tips
Walk– It is not a good ...
‘Runner’s Knee’ is the colloquial term for an injury called patellofemoral pain syndrome, and as the name suggests it is a common ailment experienced by runners or sports people.
Dull pain that is around the kneecap
Aggravated by movements such as squatting, running, descending stairs and prolonged sitting
Tenderness when you press on your kneecap
It gets its name from the relevant anatomy that is involved: the cause of pain is the kneecap (patella), which rubs against the groove in ...
The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists is an extremely proud sponsor of the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon for the 5th year.
The VHI Women’s Mini Marathon which takes place every year on the June Bank holiday where over 20,000 women participate and raise millions for charities across the country. It has become a key event in the sporting calendar and the ISCP are delighted to be involved in it.
On the race day itself the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists run a Cool Down ...