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The key is to get moving again and not focus too much on the exact source of the pain

 

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Analysis: all you ever wanted to know about Achilles Tendinopathy, a frequent and often persistent complaint which affects bith athletes and non-athletes

 

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Patients advised to try more conservative therapies before rushing into surgery for incontinence and prolapse 

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Back pain is one of the main reasons why people take time off work but we now know that staying off work is unhelpful for back pain

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As you are aware the Bill was before the Interparty Health Committee of which there are 8 members on Tuesday at 1.30pm.

The ISCP had 4 amendments which covered the following areas:

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As a way of providing members with an opportunity to raise and discuss those topics you feel need to be addressed, a Members Forum is being held to allow you to do this in an open and engaging group format.

This forum will be held as a breakfast meeting on the Saturday morning of the Society's annual conference and you are all invited to generate the discussion. Members will have the opportunity to meet with one another and board members alike and lead the conversation around any topics you may want to raise.

Speakers at the recent annual conference of the Ergonomics Society addressed a range of topics – some cross-sectoral and others industry-specific – including MSDs and RSI injuries, user-centred design, the impact of machines and the effect on employees of surveillance at work.


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Society President, Jill Long addressed the Annual Dinner on Friday 6th November during this years Annual Conference. Her speech gave an insight into what Statutory Registration would mean to the ISCP

Her speech is available here: https://www.iscp.ie/sites/default/files/Presidents%20Address%20at%20Annu...

Stat Reg Update

The Irish Field – 31st July 2015

Chartered Physiotherapist, Emma Moran works with many of Ireland’s top riders and she explains in this article the damage that can be caused to a horse's performance from an ill-fitting saddle

Click here to read: http://www.theirishfield.ie/horse-sense-the-impact-of-an-incorrectly-fit...

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