Children In Sport – Participation and Retention
How do we keep them participating and being retained in maintaining physical activity? I recently became aware of some important work that an Irish man in Sweden is doing. The International Convention of Children’s Rights is looking at restructuring the format of youth sports to be child-cantered rather than adult cantered. This means that the […]
Shoulder Pains That Do Not Come From the Shoulder
This was a case prompted by a recent experiments on a lady who had been diagnosed and treated for a persistent rotator cuff problems for about 6 months. Rotator cuff pain in the shoulder is very common, just like lower back pain. Although symptoms are usually generalized, they are very clear when you examine the […]
Pros And Cons of Home Exercise
In today’s weekly vlog David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy explores the world of home exercises and its pros and cons. Most people who are following a physiotherapy treatment with a specialist will also be prescribed some form of home exercise to help them stay on track and speed up the healing process. Very often, however, […]
Are You Hitting The Right Target?
After a short break for the Summer Holidays, David Fitzgerald is finally back with a new video and this time he’s talking about a topic that can be interesting for many patients; Are You Hitting The Right Target? As the motto of Dublin Physiotherapy is “helping you move better“, David has prepared a new video […]
10 Questions to Ask Your Physiotherapist
We are back again with the latest vlog by Chartered Physiotherapist & practising clinician David Fitzgerald. As always, David uses this platform to give readers and viewers some tips and advice on a variety of different topics. Today, he will be talking about the 10 Questions you should ask your physiotherapist so, if you’re interested in […]
Why Add Home Exercises to a Care Plan?
In this week’s video, David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy talks about something patients should know about – the importance of adding home exercises to a care plan. While most practitioners often suggest implementing a few extra exercises in their patients routine, there are also a few cases when this step seems to be neglected. Watch […]
Collaboration in Healthcare: Why It’s Important To You
David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy is back with one of his weekly videos. If you’re familiar with David’s vlogs then you will know that he is invested in informing his readers and patients about some of the main issues in healthcare. In today’s video, you will learn more about ‘Collaboration in healthcare’ and why this […]
Spinal Stenosis – Under the Radar?
In yet a new video, David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy talks about a condition that isn’t discussed very often; Spinal Stenosis. For those who are not familiar with it already, spinal stenosis is a condition that very often slips under the radar, despite it being the end stage of a condition of gradual degenerative change. […]
Footwear Options for Foot Pain
In yet another one of his weekly videos, David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy gives his viewers some information on how to manage foot pain after many treatment options have failed. People who suffer from chronic plantar fasciitis, people with arthritic changes in the joints in the bridge of the foot and mid-foot joints and people with […]
Core Strength – What Does It Mean
In yet another interesting video, David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physio talks about exercise and core strength. If you watched last week’s video about Muscle Activation, then you will know that David is invested in spreading information surrounding the best types of exercise for different people. Watch the video below to hear more of what he […]