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Best recovery from injury means physiotherapy and resistance training

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Physiotherapy and resistance training are often thought of as separate from each other. However, an ever-increasing body of evidence is supporting the multi-disciplinary approach of physiotherapy and strength and conditioning specialists in recovery from all injuries and the reduction of pain.

Treharne Physiotherapy incorporates all the benefits of physiotherapy alongside a specialist strength and conditioning service. They also offer a running analysis service where they can analyse your gait whilst running on soft or hard ground so, whatever your problem, they can help.

Treharne Physiotherapy’s philosophy is to offer REAL rehabilitation for your problem. Incorporating appropriate resistance training into your recovery as early as possible allows you to make the quickest recovery with long-lasting relief.

If you suffer from chronic neck pain, chronic back pain, joint problems, recurring sport injuries, recurrent falls, chronic regional pain syndrome or temporomandibular joint disorder, Treharne Physiotherapy can help.

“I have experience managing and treating a wide range of acute and chronic conditions,” Sam said. “Having worked in professional sport and as a pain management specialist, I can help you relieve your pain.”

Sam, who is originally from Wales, studied physiotherapy at the University of Cardiff and has previously worked with Swansea Rugby Club and Swansea City FC academy and ladies teams. He came to Ireland two years ago and is now doing most of his work from Activate Fitness in Ballycasheen.

Treharne Physiotherapy’s services are also available evenings and weekends.

To find out more, call Sam on 089 4228493, email treharnephysio@outlook.com or find ‘Treharnephysio’ on Facebook.

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Ireland’s newest and toughest cycle will be a thrilling challenge

Ireland’s newest cycling event comes to Kenmare this month with an exciting and challenging course for the experienced cyclist. Already attracting attention within cycling communities around the country, Velo Kenmare […]

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Ireland’s newest cycling event comes to Kenmare this month with an exciting and challenging course for the experienced cyclist.

Already attracting attention within cycling communities around the country, Velo Kenmare will tackle some of Kerry’s toughest climbs and highest mountain passes.

Taking place on October 22, Velo Kenmare is an 135km timed loop route starting and finishing in Kenmare. The total climbing distance is 1,650m, and organisers hope to appeal to serious cyclists who are looking for a new and thrilling challenge.

No stranger to cycling events, Velo Kenmare is being managed by Elite Events Management, who also successfully deliver iconic cycling events Wicklow 200, Ride Dingle and the Ring of Beara Cycle.
Cyclists are encouraged to register for Velo Kenmare on the Velo Cycle Ireland website www.velocycleireland.ie but places are limited for the enjoyment and safety of all participants, and anyone interested is urged to sign up soon as places are filling up.

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​​​​The tough enough mountain climbs are over Molls Gap, Ballaghbeama Pass, Ballaghasheen and Coomakista. The route will take in breathtaking scenery Kenmare is famous for, and incorporating some of the most stunning parts of the Wild Atlantic Way and Ring of Kerry. It is hoped visitors to the cycle event will be encouraged to stay for a few days, and will all be given €20 vouchers or ‘Velo Dollars’ to spend in local shops which will be redeemable against goods and services in Kenmare.

Riders will be allotted a time slot to allow for a staggered start, taking them along a fully marshalled route, with medical cover, bike mechanic support, and hot food and entertainment at the finish in Kenmare.

Making its mark, Velo Kenmare participant race packs will come inside a yellow Velo Kenmare water bottle and finishers’ medals are in the shape of a yellow cow bell. Prizes will be awarded for the quickest top three male and top three female finishers, and fastest male and female will be awarded the title of King and Queen of the Kerry Mountains.

Experienced cyclists are encouraged to take on this exciting new challenge, testing themselves and their clubmates for the fastest finish across these four gruelling climbs, through some of the most beautiful landscape in the country for the best welcome back at the finish.

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Additional Flat fixture for Killarney Races next week

Horse Racing Ireland has announced there will be an additional Flat Meeting at Killarney next Monday (October 10). This meeting will close for entries by 12 noon this Wednesday (October […]

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Horse Racing Ireland has announced there will be an additional Flat Meeting at Killarney next Monday (October 10).

This meeting will close for entries by 12 noon this Wednesday (October 5) with declarations to run to be made by 10am this Saturday (October 8).

The race programme details for this fixture are on the HRI RAS website www.hri.ie.

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