Myofascial Trigger Points – the sports person’s nemesis? If you have played sport you are likely to have experienced pain at some stage, whether it is from direct trauma, overactivity or beginning sport after a prolonged period of rest. Usually the pain disappears. However, if you’re unlucky ... Read More about Myofascial Trigger Points – Claire Griffin MISCP.
We are sad to announce the passing of a member of our staff Judith Monk. Judith has worked with us here in Cork Therapy Centre since we opened in 2004. She passed on the 6th June after a short illness. She will be sorely missed. Funeral details will be posted once they have been ... Read More about Judith Monk, CranioSacral Therapist.
Next week Pilates Classes are starting again in the Cork Therapy Centre on the 13th April and the following week on the 18th April. The instructors in Pilates are Chartered Physiotherapists Karen Quinn MISCP. and Charlene Hyland MISCP. The classes are run on Monday and Wednesday nights at 7pm ... Read More about Pilates Classes starting next week!
What is a physio? When a physio is not a physio – The Irish Times, Tues, Nov. 01 2011 In Ireland, physical therapists or sports therapists typically do not have the same qualifications as a physiotherapist, and often earn their qualifications through part-time programmes. Deciding whether ... Read More about What is a Physio