We are delighted to welcome Tara Murtagh to the clinic due to increasing demand. Tara has a wealth of experience, and also expert post graduate training in Pelvic Floor rehab and continence.
Tara is passionate about treating prenatal and post natal musculoskeletal conditions, pelvic floor and continence rehab, clinical Pilates, dry needling as well as exercise prescription and rehabilitation.
Welcome on board Tara!
The Paralympics are starting two weeks today – Wednesday the 7th of September.
Check out Channel Four’s incredible trailer for the games. Unfortunately there are major budget cuts ahead of the games with downsizing of Rio 2016 workforce, reduced transport services for athletes and closure of some media centres. So please help spread the word!
I’m really looking forward to seeing Michael McKillop in the 800m and 1500m, Noelle Lenihan the world record holder in the discus and Jason Smyth in the 100m – the Usain Bolt of the Paralympics.
Our specialist Women’s Health physiotherapist Maeve Whelan was asked on the radio to give her expert advice during World Continence Week to discuss overactive bladder (OAB). A surprisingly common condition effecting 15% of the population.
A lot of great advice from Maeve here and worth a listen for both clinicians and patients alike.