At Decompression Ireland, we strongly believe in the power of the human body to heal and repair itself when provided with the right therapies and treatments. We are committed to working in harmony with the body’s natural processes so that we can reach our goal of achieving optimal health and well-being.
Given the integral role of our nervous system in governing all bodily functions, we pay particular attention to this complex network when evaluating an individual’s overall condition. By carefully assessing how the nervous system is functioning, we can better identify and pinpoint the underlying cause of dysfunction or illness that may be impeding a person’s health. With this knowledge in hand, we can then provide targeted treatments to help promote healing and restore balance within the body.
Our team also stresses preventive care as part of our comprehensive approach to health and wellness. We strive to educate people about recognizing early signs of potential issues before they even start manifesting themselves fully – thus allowing for quicker interventions that can help safeguard against further deterioration down the road. This focus on prevention has been proven highly beneficial in keeping individuals healthy over time by optimizing their nervous systems and helping them remain strong against disease.
Your therapists will guide you at the end of your spinal decompression therapy program as to what comes next. Following the program is essential. Prevention is better than cure, right? Of course, it is. You have come to the right place if you’re looking for top-notch spinal decompression therapy in Dublin, Ireland. We help you achieve your goals with our years of experience, constant advancements, courtesy, and effective individualized programs.
Common Conditions We Treat
We offer specialised treatment for a variety of ailments, including:
- Low Back Pain – this is a widespread and often debilitating condition that can drastically affect the quality of life. Symptoms can vary from mild to severe and may include localised discomfort in the lower back area as well as numbness, tingling or pain radiating down through the legs. Our team of highly trained professionals is able to provide comprehensive diagnoses and treatment plans for this condition.
- Neck Pain – cervical pain can be caused by a range of underlying issues, such as musculoskeletal strain, disc herniation or nerve impingement. Proper examination, imaging and assessment are key to identifying the cause of neck pain and recommending appropriate treatments, which may include manual therapy techniques, exercise prescription or modalities.
- Shoulder Pain – shoulder pain can be caused by overuse injuries, rotator cuff tears or chronic conditions such as tendinopathy or adhesive capsulitis (also known as frozen shoulder). The shoulder complex is made up of multiple joints and muscles which work together in order to move correctly; an experienced clinician will assess each component to develop an individualised plan for you.
- Frozen Shoulder – this condition involves stiffness and reduced range of motion in one or both shoulders due to inflammation within the joint capsule, leading to the thickening of the surrounding tissue that restricts movement. It is usually an idiopathic condition without known cause but can sometimes be related to injury or other conditions such as diabetes; early intervention with targeted treatments is beneficial for improving symptoms.
- Hip Pain – Hip pain can stem from several causes, including bursitis, arthritis or labral tears; it is important to identify the source of your discomfort with a thorough examination so that proper rehabilitation and treatments are prescribed. At our clinic, we utilise hands-on techniques as well as exercise prescriptions tailored specifically to your needs in order to help you achieve optimal recovery.
- Knee Pain – Knee pain can be caused by overuse injuries such as patellar tendonitis (Jumper’s Knee), meniscus tears or ligament sprains/strains; it can also result from systemic diseases such as gout or arthritis. Our team specializes in managing these types of conditions through manual therapy and exercise interventions that are tailored according to our patient’s individual needs.
- Ankle Pain – Ankle injuries vary from simple sprains/strains all the way up to fractures; our clinicians use evidence-based assessment tools in order to diagnose your condition accurately before beginning treatment through manual therapy techniques combined with therapeutic exercises aimed at restoring normal function and mobility structure around the ankle joint complex.
Running Injuries – due to its repetitive nature running puts individuals at risk for developing imbalances which lead to common overuse injuries like plantar fasciitis,
- shin splints or Achilles tendonitis; our experienced therapists are able to diagnose these issues early on and then provide intervention through appropriate exercises designed specifically for runners that address any biomechanical deficiencies detected during the assessment stage.
- Jaw Pain– This type of orofacial pain stems from dysfunction within the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which connects the lower jaw (mandible) with the skull’s temporal bone making possible opening/closing mouth movements when eating/speaking etc.; common signs & symptoms include jaw popping/clicking noises upon opening/closing mouth along with tenderness around the joint area. Our knowledgeable physiotherapists use their expertise in assessing TMJ problems coupled with hands-on treatments aimed at restoring healthy performance to this important joint complex that is responsible for the mastication process.
- Arthritis – Rheumatoid arthritis & osteoarthritis are two main types most commonly affecting joints located throughout the body & causing inflammation resulting in stiffness, pain & difficulty moving affected regions; although no specific cure exists, targeted therapies like strength training, hydrotherapy & manual manipulation help reduce onset symptoms while medications help manage flare-ups.
- Sciatica – This refers to a group of nerve roots emanating lower back towards the buttocks area until they reach the legs’ posterior region where they further split up into branches supplying sensation motor control respective muscle groups; sciatica is usually triggered due to compressed lumbar vertebrae, herniated discs protruding outside spinal column structures triggering inflammation on rootlets thus generating typical symptomatology associated this often painful disorder.
- Herniated Discs – Disc herniation occurs when the nucleus pulposus contained between vertebral disc layers extrudes outside its normal location pressing onto adjacent nerves thus causing sciatica. Diagnosis is confirmed after performing imaging tests accompanied by physical evaluation based on clinical presentation; conservative management should always be attempted during the initial stages avoiding surgical correction unless deemed necessary.
- Tennis Elbow – Lateral epicondylitis is considered type overuse injury arising from elbow extensor muscles during excessive gripping activities