Move Better,
Perform Stronger,
Recover Healthier.

With a holistic approach to pain and injury, I will treat your body as a whole to fix the root cause of your source of pain.

Neuromuscular therapy in Waterford. X91 FVF9
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My end-to-end process

Not your traditional physio approach.

1. Consultation

We will take an in-depth analysis of posture, walking gait, kinetic chain assessments, previous injury history and initial symptomatic treatment.

2. Holistic Treatment

We will implement neuromuscular interventions and other therapeutic interventions to fix tensional issues accross the body.

3. Rehabilitation

We will restore functional movement and neuromuscular efficiency, restoring balance and tension across your entire body, resolving pain.

4. Lifestyle Integration

We will phase in ongoing movement practices, stress reduction and mindfulness along with phasing out habitual issues to minimise the likelihood of reoccurrence.

Treatment programs

End-to-end pain services

Programme length will vary depending on injury severity

5-6 week
end-to-end program

The ideal programme for :
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Acute muscular injury 
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General aches and pains 
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Tendon issues 
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Shoulder injury 
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Shin splints 
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Myofascial trigger points 
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Strains and sprains 

10-12 week
end-to-end program

The ideal programme for :
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Nerve pain 
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Postural issues 
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Chronic back pain 
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Upper and lower crossed syndrome
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Neck issues 
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Chronic pain disorders
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Trusted teams I work with

Waterford Minor Football

St. Anne's GAA

Tramore Rangers FC


Neuromuscular therapy in Waterford

Get in touch to find out how the Myokinetic approach can work for you.

Unit 4C, Dunhill Ecopark, Co. Waterford

Still have more questions?

What is neuromuscular therapy?
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Neuromuscular therapy is a form of soft tissue treatment that aims to alleviate chronic muscle and nervous system disorders and problems. It is mainly used to fix trigger points, circulation, nerve compression, postural problems and repetitive movement injuries. Alongside manual neuromuscular therapy, I use a number of novel treatment modalities such as Frequency specific microcurrent and NMES neuromuscular stimulation as well as global postural realignment and suitable medical exercise techniques.

What is different about my approach?
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I believe that the heart of most people's problems lies in the fascial structure of the body as a whole. Rather than isolate one part of the body in isolation and aim to improve it I will aim to improve the movement and efficiency of the body as a whole with a view to relieving tensions and irregular inefficient postures to improve chronic pain, acute pain and aid in athletic performance.

What is frequency specific microcurrent?
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Frequency-specific microcurrent (FSM) is a technique for treating pain by using low-level electrical current. The current is delivered to certain parts of your body in an attempt to relieve pain. A frequency is the rate at which a sound wave or electronic pulse is produced. This measurement is registered in hertz (Hz). During FSM treatment, various frequencies can be used to potentially reduce swelling (inflammation), repair tissue and reduce pain.

What types of pain and injuries do you treat?
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● Muscular aches and pains
● Fibromyalgia
● Tears, Strains and sprains
● Tensional pain
● Repeated niggling injuries
● Chronic and acute back pain
● Plantar fasciitis
● Carpal and tarsal tunnel
● Nerve Pain
● Sciatica
● Thoracic outlet syndrome
● Tendinopathy
● Joint pain and injury
● Postural Improvement

How long will it take to improve symptoms of pain?
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This is highly dependent on the severity of the injury. My aim is always to have patients feeling better leaving than when they entered. In general, there should be a marked improvement within 4-6 weeks with treatment and adherence to rehab protocols.

Treat injury and pain in a holistic way.

Book an initial consultation today and find out how I can treat your pain, unlike traditional physio.

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