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Blogs & Infographics


Tuesday 24th March 2015 
Despite a vast amount of research in the area, low back pain remains a huge issue worldwide. In Ireland, an estimated 400,000 people suffer with low back pain, 80% of which are under 50 years old.
 
Wednesday 18th March 2015 
The human body can succumb to many different types of arthritis, from inflammatory arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis, to crystalline arthritis (e.g. gout), to connective tissue disease arthritis (e.g. lupus or SLE).
However, osteoarthritis (OA) is overwhelmingly the most prevalent type of arthritis not only in Ireland but worldwide.
 
 By Dr Barry J Sheane, Consultant Rheumatologist at Sports Surgery Clinic.
Tuesday 10th March 2015 
Running is a foundation skill for many field sports, but it is a skill that is seldom learned and often neglected. At the Sports Surgery Clinic we see many GAA players, who present themselves with injuries that stem from running with poor biomechanics.
 
This article by Colin Griffin, Running Coach, SSC was published  by the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) as part of their ‘Body of Evidence’ Blog.
 
Friday 27th February 2015 
Adding load to inefficient movement is asking for trouble says Neil Welch, Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach, at Sports Surgery Clinic.
 
This article was published by the Gaelic Players Association (GPA) as part of their ‘Body of Evidence’ Blog.
Wednesday 25th February 2015 

A blog by Enda King, Head of Performance Rehabilitation, SSC which was published by the Gaelic Players Accociation (GPA) as part of their ‘Body of Evidence’ Blog.

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