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Sports, Hobbies & Maintenance Care

Exercise enables us to keep fit as well as enhance a sense of well being.

From the competitive athlete to someone who enjoys mild to moderate exercise a few times a week, osteopathy is vital in making sure the structure of the body is at its best in order to maximise its function.

There are numerous activities to suit all abilities and ages groups that allow us to develop new skills, provide a sense of achievement, help us unwind and challenge us both mentally and physically.

Finding an active sport or hobby one can enjoy, means a person is more likely to integrate it into their routine, which helps to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Over time acute and chronic injuries can develop due to the forces placed on the body and here at Taylor & Conroy Osteopathic and Sports Injuries clinic, expert Osteopathic care ensures relief of pain, promotion of health and recovery, by improving a patients alignment and posture to prevent reoccurring problems. This enables a patient to return to the sports and hobbies they enjoy and learn and develop ways to promote their bodies' ability to heal.

Common conditions treated:
Repetitive Strains, Muscular Strains, Joint Pains, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Knee Pain, Shin Splints, Groin Strain, Sciatica, Bursitis, Tendonitis, Arch Pain, Golfer’s & Tennis elbow, Metatasalgia, Plantar Fasciitis, Sacroiliitis, Disc Pain, Ligament strains.

Benefits of osteopathic treatment:
Helps reduce pain
Improves drainage
Improves mobility
Helps stabilise general structure of the body
Strengthens areas of weakness
Helps maximise bodies’ ability to function by treating alignment and posture
Maintenance of Health

The Osteopaths at Taylor & Conroy Osteopathic and Sports Injuries Clinic place great emphasis on promoting health and enhancing the bodies’ natural capacity to heal by balancing the structure of the body.
By allowing the function of the body to work to its optimum capabilities, relaxation and well being are promoted and reduced levels of stress are often reported.

Treating the body when one is feeling well allows strain patterns that contribute to dysfunctional alignment and posture to be limited and severe dysfunction and pain being less likely to result.

Factors that lead to severe problems can be addressed and here at Taylor & Conroy Osteopathic and Sports Injuries Clinic great emphasis is placed on providing patients with the tools to help themselves in between treatment, leading to more productive and efficient use of one’s body and reduce the incidence of dysfunction and pain in the future.

TC Osteopaths
Unit 10 Kilminchy Court, Kilminchy, Portlaoise, Co.Laois
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