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




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




Hip Pain
Post Surgical Hip
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







Osgood Schlatter

Osgood Schlatter   Osgood Schlatter syndrome presents in children who are experiencing growth spurts, (boys, 12-15 years; girls, 8-12 years) with local pain, swelling and tenderness over the patella tendon (tibial tuberosity).  It caused by overuse and...

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3 steps to prevent hamstring injury in runners

3 steps to prevent hamstring injury in Runners   Hamstring muscle injuries are common in several sports including AFL, soccer, and especially high-speed runners with excessive hamstring lengthening. Despite increased knowledge of hamstring muscle injuries,...

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Are MRI’S Reliable?

Are MRI'S Reliable?   Great study that shows Spinal degeneration and abnormalities are common in healthy individuals who are not experiencing any pain or discomfort (Asymptomatic) who has taken (CT Scan or MRI). In the study by W. Brinjikji, etl, (2014). they have...

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Rotator Cuff Injury (Treatment & Management)

Rotator Cuff Injury (Treatment and Management)   Anatomy The rotator cuff is a group of tendons and muscles in the shoulder, connecting the upper arm (humerus) to the shoulder blade (scapula). The rotator cuff tendons provide stability (dynamic stability)...

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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)

Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is something everyone reading this has probably experienced. Some feel their heaviest DOMS 24 hours after a workout, whereas others know they pay the most for their leg days 2 days...

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3 Exercise for thoracic mobility

3 Exercise for thoracic mobility   Research has shown that manipulation of the thoracic spine can be beneficial for the neck (Read more) and shoulder pain (Read more). So it only stands to reason that improving mobility at this crucial area of the spine...

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