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Blogs & Infographics

Saturday 13th February 2016 

In this blog, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Mihai Vioreanu discusses Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Wednesday 10th February 2016 
Race day nutrition is a topic of interest among many marathon runners. Questions such as ‘should I take a gel’ or ‘how many gels should I take during a marathon’ or ‘what type of gel is best’ are commonly asked.
By Colin Griffin, Running Coach at Sports Surgery Clinic.
Tuesday 9th February 2016 
Read this article on the ‘Growth of Hip Surgery in Ireland’ by Dr Eanna Falvey, Director of Sports & Exercise Medicine in SSC.
This article was published  by the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) as part of their ‘Body of Evidence’ Blog.
Thursday 4th February 2016 

This is a topic that has generated plenty of recent interest and debate among runners, coaches and sports medicine practitioners. Many runners change their foot strike pattern from heel strike to mid-foot or even forefoot strike. Others claim that there is nothing wrong with a heel strike.

Let’s take a look at the mechanics of running and the impact of a heel strike from an injury and performance perspective.

Read the third installment in a new series of blogs by Colin Griffin, Running Coach at Sports Surgery Clinic.

Thursday 18th June 2015 

By Eamon O’Reilly, Senior Performance Rehabilitation Physiotherapist at Sports Surgery Clinic. This was published  by the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) as part of their ‘Body of Evidence’ Blog.

Monday 15th June 2015 
The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is a stabilising ligament in the knee designed to prevent excess turning of the knee joint.
When the ACL is stretched beyond its stabilising function, it tears or snaps completely.
Watch Mr Ray Moran and Dr Éanna Falvey discuss ACL injuries in detail.
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