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Our Team

Years of experience in physiotherapy

Gerard Corcoran

MISCP BSc Physiotherapy

Ger is a CORU registered, Chartered physiotherapist. He graduated in 2014 from University of Limerick and started work in SportsPlus Physiotherapy in 2021.
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John Casey

MISCP MScSportsMed

John is a CORU registered, Chartered physiotherapist and is co-owner of Sportsplus Physiotherapy Clinic.
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Owen Higginbotham

MISCP MSc Physiotherapy & Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine

Owen is a CORU registered, chartered physiotherapist and is co-owner of SportsPlus Physiotherapy.
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Prehabilitation and Physiotherapy Services

Sports Injuries

We have extensive experience of dealing with athletes from club to International grade, recreational to professional, among a wide variety of sports.

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Spinal Pain

A large proportion of what we see in SportsPlus Physiotherapy are spinal conditions. These vary greatly from the chronic lower back pain to athletic back pain.

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Pre & Post Op. Rehab.

Treatment of back and neck pain fromoccupational or accidental injury, repetitive strain injury, electrotherapy and provision of braces and supports

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Telehealth has come to the fore in the light of COVID 19 as a safe platform to deliver exercise, advice, and education to patients in the comfort of their own home.

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Orthotics are a compensatory device that are used to correct a sub-optimal foot position in people who are having problems of a biomechanical origin.

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Chronic Pain and Disability

Many people are living with chronic pain. The term ‘chronic’ in medicine does not mean ‘very bad’, it means long-term.

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Occupational Health

At Sportsplus Physiotherapy Clinic we work with many local employers in providing a physiotherapy service to their business.

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At SportsPlus Physiotherapy we are constantly updating our knowledge on the latest research emerging in our areas.

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Our Blog

Latest News & Opinion in Physiotherapy

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How it is possible to literally make yourself younger!!

Aging, it’s effects and the science behind it is something that is more researched than ever in light of the increasing proportion of the population of the world that will be at retirement age or older over the next few years.

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What to expect from your visit to an MSK chartered physiotherapy clinic

John Casey MISCP MScSportsMed In the current climate there are many types of mainstream and alternative health providers working privately and seeing people on a self-referral basis. The treatment approaches and evidence behind them vary widely. This makes it a minefield for the general public to ascertain the most appropriate avenue for them to pursue […]

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Desk Based Work

Ger Corcoran, MISCP, February 2022 In the past few decades, the workforce of the world has been largely transitioning to more sedentary based work with the boom in Tech and automation of many physical jobs. And throw Covid into the mix where people, over the past two years have been asked to work from home […]

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The Painkiller Epidemic.

John Casey MISCP MScSportsMed. February 2021. Pain is not pleasant. People in severe pain will do almost anything to ease it and the quicker the better! The first thing most people will want to do is get medication but is this the correct means of managing pain?  Well in certain circumstances yes but you need […]

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The latest research in Physiotherapy

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Relationships Between Profiles of Physical Activity and Major
Mobility Disability in the LIFE Study

Jason Fanning, PhD,* W. Jack Rejeski, PhD,* Shyh-Huei Chen, PhD,† Jack Guralnik, MD,‡Marco Pahor, MD,§ and Michael E. Miller, PhD†


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