Laurel Lodge Physiotherapy founder, Chartered Physiotherapist Alan Moynihan, talks to Dublin’s Gazette Group newspapers about the surge in interest in triathalon and endurance events which is keeping Dublin 15 active…
Maybe it’s the proximity to the phoenix park, it certainly can’t have been the weather this summer, but whatever it is, the Dublin 15 community are remaining active and are picking up the inevitable sports injuries that go along with running, training and getting out and about according to Laurel Lodge Physiotherapy owner Alan Moynihan. Luckily, Alan Moynihan, Chartered Physiotherapist, is at hand to assist with the treatment and rehabilitation of all such injuries. Having practiced extensively as a physiotherapist in the UK, New Zealand and Ireland, Alan returned home and founded Laurel Lodge Physiotherapy last year, fulfilling an ambition to open his own practice in his native Dublin 15.
Alan enjoys working with local sports people and relishes the challenge of trying to get to the bottom of long-term back and neck pain sufferers symptoms. According to Alan “Dublin 15 has seen surge in athletes taking up running and endurance events such as triathlon. And a lot of these athletes require treatment particularly in the lead up to the Dublin City Marathon”
From his modern, fully equipped clinic located upstairs in Laurel Lodge Shopping centre Alan “specialises in the treatment of lower back and neck pain, joint aches and pains and sports injuries. He also offers a comprehensive rehabilitation service for patients recovering from orthopaedic surgery such as knee and hip operations.”
Services on offer at Laurel Lodge Physiotherapy include; chartered physiotherapy, deep tissue and sports massage, trigger point dry needling, back and neck pain treatment and post-op orthopaedic rehabilitation.
Alan, an enthusiastic runner himself is delighted to see the surge in interest in cycling, running and endurance sports in the Dublin 15 area. “Long may it continue and at there’s always help at hand for those inevitable injuries along the way!”