Author: Orla Crosse

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Foam Rolling. To Roll or not to Roll?

A Physiotherapist’s Dos and Don’ts Foam Rolling was introduced the Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning World long ago. However, it has had huge uptake in the past 10 years as athletes are learning more...

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Sports Yoga Sequence

Yoga positions, called asana, are the basic physical part of a yoga practice. Although yoga poses are a type of exercise for your body, they are also much more. The word yoga itself is...

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Fitness Freak Question and Answer Session!

Check this link out to see my latest interview with Head Strength and Conditioning Coach – Richie Kennedy of Fitness Freak!   http://fitnessfreak.ie/performance-yoga-hits-ff-hq    

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Concerned about your Spine MRI findings?

Here’s a little bit of sound advice about what the report says.   MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is the gold standard tool to assist clinicians (doctors/consultants/physios) in diagnosing the root cause of your pain....

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Calf Muscle Strength.. or weakness!?

Calf pain presents at one time or another for runners and along with the dreaded ‘runner’s knee’ is common, frustrating and there are a variety of causes and treatments. Calf pain is often severe,...

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Physio Triage Service

On Mondays and Wednesdays from 11am-1pm the Sports and Spinal Physios offer a free triage service. This is for our current clients only. As long as you are on our books as a current...

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Christmas Charity Yoga Sat Dec 6th 10am

Christmas Charity Yoga Class At 10am on Sat 6th Dec, I will teach a Yoga Class for new and existing Performance Yoga Students in our headquarters at Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy, Clonmel. This class...

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Calf Length

This article focuses on Calf Muscle Flexibility. The Why, When and How to do it effectively. After a short morning run this morning, as I stretched my calves I thought why not share the...