SPONSORED: Sadly, injury pain doesn’t stop. Happily, Roche Injury Clinic has an online way to fight it
Normal life has been brought to a halt for many of us because of the Covid-19 emergency. But, unfortunately, while all else may stop, the pain of an injury does not go away.
Roche Injury Clinic is helping people to cope with the problem by switching to an online service. Although the present circumstances are unique, the service is one with which the clinic is familiar.
David Roche, the clinic’s multidisciplinary therapist, works with athletes from all over the world and is internationally acclaimed for achieving brilliant results even when it is not always possible to make direct contact. So this service is nothing new to the clinic.
Pain won’t stop just because we are on pause mode, so it is good to know that Roche Injury Cinic is here to help.
This pause in our regular routine may even give some of us the chance to deal with a niggle we have had for years. It’s the perfect time to work with David and get it sorted for when we go back to normal life.
Roche Injury Clinic provides you with the highest standard of care to help you recover from your injury and become pain free.
“Our award-winning facility has extensive experience dealing with injuries from all walks of life,” says David.
“Everything from back and neck pain, and post operation rehab to sports injuries and those niggles you have had for years.”
David is a highly qualified therapist with a BSc, Masters Degree, specialist degrees and post graduate diplomas.
He has worked with some of the best athletes in the world across many sports. Athletes have come from across the US, UK and Europe for treatment and to avail of the results achieved at the Kilkenny clinic.
David has worked as lead physio and performance coach to 200m World Championship Medallist Curtis Mitchell. He has also worked with the FAI Irish men’s international football teams and with professional rugby at Sale Sharks RFC in England.
David brought his expertise to the 2017 Athletics World Championships in London and worked with the 2016 All Ireland winning Kilkenny camogie team, as well as the Irish Athletics Youths Elite Endurance squads at training camps around the country and abroad.
He brings knowledge and skills acquired across the sporting world to his clinic in Kilkenny’s Village Business Centre.
Clients go through an extensive movement assessment with David and receive expert advice on both the condition and pain management. You will be emailed a personalised rehab plan for you to follow, designed specifically for your needs and injury. Each follow-up session will look to safely progress and update your rehab according to your progress.
Roche Injury Clinic is not just for sports injuries. It deals with work injuries and offers fitness classes, strength and conditioning coaching, Winback Therapy which stimulates the body’s natural repair mechanisms and Cryotherapy, which accelerates healing far beyond the normal rates.
All the clinic’s therapists are fully qualified and all treatments are in line with the latest research and advancements in physical therapy.