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Maple Physical Therapy Clinic

4A Seafield House, Seafield Park, Blackrock, Ireland
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Physical Therapy & Massage from Karen Doyle Ph.ThPhysical Therapy combines soft tissue techniques, mobilisations, and rehabilitation exercises for effective treatment of muscle and joint pain.Member of the Irish Association of Physical Therapists

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Opening Hours

Monday
13:00 - 20:00
Wednesday
10:00 - 20:00
Friday
10:00 - 20:00

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Here's an interesting info-graphic on the health benefits of playing golf from the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Check it out...it might surprise you how beneficial a round could be. Share this info with your golfing friends! Original picture here http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/51/1/20/F1.large.jpg

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Nice start to the week :-)

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Feeling old now that you are in your 30's??? Maybe you have reason to. A study of over 2000 runners in the U.S. found that the average age to be afflicted by one of the 10 ten most common running injuries was in your 30's. Interested? Read more here: http://www.mapleclinic.ie/bloghome/running-injuries-common-in-your-30s/

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New Pilates classes commencing Thursday 22nd Sept in Tiernans, Parkvale Dundrum. Suitable for those with back pain or other injuries. 7pm: Pilates for Beginners 8pm: Pilates for Improvers. More info here:http://www.mapleclinic.ie/pilates/

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Thanks to eveyone who took part in the competition. Congrats to Kevin Duffy and Catherine Scallan Collins who won the vouchers. If you would like to PM your email I can email the vouchers to you.

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The Women's Mini Marathon raises over €7 million for Charity which is amazing. So to carry on this goodwill we will give massages for €40 (usually €55) and give the balance €15 to charity. This is open to 2016 Mini Marathoners who walked / ran for charity and runs from 6-20th June 2016. To book call 01-544125

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Setting up for the Injury Prevention Class tonight @The Wall

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Hi. Corretion on dates, course starts 5th May (not end of May as incorrectly advertised), with assessments running from between now and then in the clinic or on 28th April at The Wall. More info here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/injury-prevention-performance-enhancement-course-for-climbers-tickets-24479211982

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Injury Prevention & Performance Improvement Classes at The Wall starting 5th MAY The aim of this series of classes is to help climbers understand muscular imbalances they may have and to learn how to correct them to improve climbing performance and reduce injury. It will start with a 1:1 assessment then follow with a series of 4 classes. More info here: http://www.mapleclinic.ie/injury-prevention-core-for-climbing/

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Tickets at http://shoulderworkshop.eventbrite.ie

Tickets at http://shoulderworkshop.eventbrite.ie
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Many of the shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries I see can be attributed to muscular imbalances which lead to not using the shoulder properly when climbing. As poor shoulder movement seems to be so prolific in climbers and other sports involving overhead arm movement, I've decided to put an article together to show what poor movement looks like and how you can begin to try correct it. Thank you to Angela from Gravity Climbing Dublin for demonstrating movements and exercises for me. Check out the pictures below, in one of them the Angela is demonstrating incorrect shoulder movement, but in which one? Check out the article for the answer. http://www.mapleclinic.ie/left-menu/InjuryInformation/climbing/Shoulder_Movement.htm

Many of the shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries I see can be attributed to muscular imbalances which lead to not using the  shoulder properly when climbing. As poor shoulder movement seems to be so prolific in climbers and other sports involving overhead arm movement, I've decided to put an article together to show what poor movement looks like and how you can begin to try correct it. Thank you to Angela from Gravity Climbing Dublin for demonstrating movements and exercises for me.

Check out the pictures below, in one of them the Angela is demonstrating incorrect shoulder movement, but in which one? Check out the article for the answer.

 http://www.mapleclinic.ie/left-menu/InjuryInformation/climbing/Shoulder_Movement.htm
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