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Posted 22-Jun-2017

18 weeks out from the Dublin City Marathon, and I find myself talking repeatedly about the 10%...

Posted 06-Jan-2017

Have you heard of the 10% rule? It means not increasing your weekly running mileage by more than...

Posted 26-Apr-2016

Sleep is something we talk about regularly at the clinic (and not just in relation to our own...

Posted 08-Mar-2016

This is an exercise class designed specifically for runners, to improve performance, posture and...

Posted 01-Mar-2016

Shin splints is a term referring to pain on the front or inside of the shin. It is a very common...

Posted 13-Apr-2015

Patellofemoral pain is a term used to describe pain around the knee cap, i.e at the front of the...

Posted 30-Oct-2014

Hamstring strains are one of the most common sports injuries.

The hamstring muscles are...

Posted 05-Mar-2012

Since April the outdoor track and field season has been underway, with a busy few months for me...

Posted 05-Mar-2012

Barcelona 2010 certainly was an experience to remember. The trip started with a 9 day stint in...

Posted 05-Mar-2012

It’s a rare moment when you can stand in your Irish strip, singing Amhran na bhFiann while the...

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The team at East Coast Physio are by far one of the best I have encountered. They have consistently allowed me to compete at my best and have helped me return to competition following serious injury. The level of expertise provided is hard to find elsewhere. The attention to detail and professionalism is what stands out from day one.

Tadhg Cronin
Triathlete, Dublin