In Dublin Sports Injury Clinic conditions we treated included, but are not limited to the following. If you have a condition that is not listed you could contact our therapist and find out more about it.

 

Sports Injury 


Injury Prevention
Shin Splint
IT band Syndrome
Dead Leg
Overuse Injury
Sprain / Strain

 

 

Shoulder Injury

Frozen shoulder
Shoulder dislocation
SlAP tear
Post Surgery Rehabilitation
Shoulder pain / Subacromial Bursitis

 

 

Spine

Lower Back Pain Acute / Chronic
Thoracic Spine pain
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Upper Cross Syndrome
Lower Cross Syndrome
Disc pain
Degenerative Joint Diseases
Post Operation Spinal Rehabilitation
Sacro Iliac Joint Diseases
Facet Joint Pain

 

Elbow &  Wrist  &  Hand

 

 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Osteoarthritis
Nerve Entrapment
Golfer Elbow
Post Operation elbow / wrist / Hand
Nerve Entrapment Syndrome
Painful Elbow / Wrist / Hand

 

 

Hip

Hip Pain
Post Surgical Hip
Sciatica
Bursitis
Groin Pain
Adductor Pain
Reformists Syndrome

 

 

 

Knee Injury

Knee Pain
Patello Femoral Pain Syndrome
Ligament Injury ACL / PCL / LCL / MCL
Post Operative Rehabilitation
popliteus Pain

 

 

 

Ankle & Foot

Ankle Pain
Achilles Tendon
Foot Sprain
plantar fasciitis
Post Surgery Rehabilitation

 

 

 

 

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3 Exercises for lower back pain

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Rotator Cuff Injury (Treatment & Management)

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Ankle Sprain Treatment – Rehabilitation (Phase 1)

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ACL injury prevention – Part 1 (Ligament Dominance) 

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Osgood Schlatter

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Are MRI’S Reliable?

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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)

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3 Exercise for thoracic mobility

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Acute Injury Management (Avoid HARM)

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Acute Injury Management (POLICE Porotocol)

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Who does need an X-ray after an ankle sprain?

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Back Pain Myth Buster

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Herniated Discs Treatment and Management

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