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Shin Pain In Gaelic Games

Shin Pain In Gaelic Games

Non-traumatic shin injuries are common in activities that involve running, turning, jumping and landing. Different diagnostics for this presentation have included terms such as compartment syndrome and shin splints.
08 November 2016/Author: Comms GPA/Number of views (1317)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 2.3
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Back Pain in Gaelic Games – why does it happen and what should we do about it?

Back Pain in Gaelic Games – why does it happen and what should we do about it?

Back pain is the most prevalent musculoskeletal condition that effects the general population effecting approximately 15-20% per year.
18 August 2016/Author: Comms GPA/Number of views (3078)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 3.3
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Management of shoulder dislocation and instability in GAA

Management of shoulder dislocation and instability in GAA

Shoulder problems are among the more common of GAA injuries with the reported incidence in the literature for shoulder injuries been approximately 17-19 % of all GAA injuries
22 February 2016/Author: Comms GPA/Number of views (9980)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 2.5
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Growth of Hip Surgery in Ireland

Growth of Hip Surgery in Ireland

Hip and groin pain are common time loss injuries in sport. This is particularly common in Gaelic sports, especially football.
28 July 2015/Author: Comms GPA/Number of views (22323)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 2.4
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Recovery for Gaelic Games

Recovery for Gaelic Games

By COLM FULLER, Lead Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at the Sports Surgery Clinic in Santry. 

24 March 2015/Author: Comms GPA/Number of views (27754)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 3.4
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