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 […]

Braces & Supports – Good or Bad Idea?

David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy has published an all-new video in which he talks about braces and supports. As always, a very controversial topic that will divide the opinion of patients and specialists. As usual, in fact, David likes to talk about issues that are commonly dealt with in many different ways, creating interest topics […]

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

In today’s new video, David Fitzgerald from Dublin Physiotherapy talks about an issue well known by most practitioners: Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). This term is widely used to describe injuries, however, as David says at the beginning of his vlog, he has recently had an interesting case of a patient who had the symptoms of […]

Achille’s Tendonitis: A Clinician’s Nightmare

Once again, David Fitzgerald is back with one of his videos for the series “clinicians’ nightmares” to talk about Achille’s Tendonitis. As always, you can find an account of what David had to say in this article and, if you would like to hear more of his expert opinion, make sure you check out the […]

Tennis Elbow – Another clinicians nightmare

In all his videos, chartered physician David Fitzgerald has looked at some of the biggest and best known “clinicians’ nightmares”. The most recent topic was whiplash and today he is talking about tennis elbow. As always, you can find a summary of his video in this article, however, if you would like to know more on […]

What You Should Know About Tendonitis

In today’s vlog, David Fitzgerald talks about a very common problem that, although many people believe that this is a simple issue that can be easily resolved. Tendonitis can become a real clinical nightmare, often becoming a chronic and persistent issue that is resistant to all types of treatment. It’s important, for this reason, to identify […]