O’Toole Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Clinic

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Cian is a Chartered Physiotherapist and Certified Athletic Therapist. He graduated with a BSc in Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy from Institute of Technology Carlow in 2019. Following this he started his Physiotherapy career studying on the Professional Masters Physiotherapy programme and graduated in 2021 from UCD with an MSc Physiotherapy degree allowing him to practice as a Chartered Physiotherapist. Cian has gained invaluable experience working in the Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy setting, including acute hospitals, private practices, fracture clinics and in the community Physiotherapy setting with the older population.

Cian is a results driven therapist with a strong desire to help improve patient’s quality of life and to help them achieve their personal goals using the most up to date scientific Physiotherapy evidence and injury prevention protocols.

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    🩸 November is Diabetes Awareness Month 🩸

    Did you know - People with diabetes are a higher risk of developing foot problems that can lead to ulcerations and even amputation? 🦢🏽

    In England alone, 28 people a day, 10,000+ a year, have a toe, foot or leg amputated and only 50% of patients survive for 2 years after major amputations!

    Footscan pressure measurement is a vital component of the care and treatment of diabetic patients for 6 key reasons...

    πŸ‘£ Risk Assessment: Footscan helps to assess the risk of developing foot problems in diabetic individuals, allowing us to identify areas of high pressure and impulse beneath the feet that may be prone to calluses, corns, and ulcerations.
    πŸ‘£ Early Detection: By monitoring foot pressure regularly, we can identify changes in pressure distribution over time. Any abnormalities can indicate emerging problems and trigger early intervention before these issues progress to more serious complications.
    πŸ‘£ Preventative Education: Footscan serves as a valuable tool for educating patients about their foot health. When patients see visual 2D and 3D representations of their foot pressure, they better understand the importance of proper footwear, regular foot checks and foot care routines.
    πŸ‘£ Neuropathy Monitoring: Diabetic neuropathy can lead to a loss of sensation in the feet. Patients with neuropathy may not feel pain or discomfort from excessive pressure or injuries. Footscan can compensate for this lack of sensory feedback, allowing us to identify problems even when patients cannot.
    πŸ‘£ Wound Management: Wounds and ulcers can develop without pain or obvious symptoms due to such neuropathy. Footscan can help to determine pressure reducing strategies that are most effective for specific ulcers and wounds.
    πŸ‘£ Bespoke Orthoses: Footscan analysis can inform the prescription of orthoses to assist with redistributing pressure more evenly across the foot to reduce the risk of developing calluses and ulcers.

    By booking in for your annual Footscan assessment as part of diabetes management, we can significantly reduce the risk of ulcerations, infections, and amputations βœ…

    Your feet, your foundation, your future! πŸ‘Ÿ

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    It was great to have Stephen Hendy at the clinic for a period of knee rehabilitation over the last few weeks.

    Stephen was recently selected to join the Ireland U18 Rugby squad ahead of their first game away to Italy at the end of October

    Best of luck Stephen!! πŸ‰πŸ‰
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    It was great to have Stephen Hendy at the clinic for a period of knee rehabilitation over the last few weeks. 

Stephen was recently selected to join the Ireland U18 Rugby squad ahead of their first game away to Italy at the end of October 

Best of luck Stephen!! πŸ‰πŸ‰

    Did you know we have our very own Footscan Technology at our clinic in Gorey?🦢

    This device can help us to offload high pressure areas on the foot that me be causing you lower limb pain!

    For more info on how to book, please visit our website:
    www.otoolephysio.ie
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    Did you know we have our very own Footscan Technology at our clinic in Gorey?🦢

This device can help us to offload high pressure areas on the foot that me be causing you lower limb pain!

For more info on how to book, please visit our website:
www.otoolephysio.ie
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