fenris Registered User
#1

I discovered that I have been trundling about with a broken wrist (more enthusiasm than skill and a pine tree) for the last few weeks before finally getting it checked out on Friday in VHI swiftcare. No cast as it is already set but I need physio.

Any recommendations for south city centre?

Ghost Rider Registered User
#2

These guys are good. They're in Portobello. I've been to see David Ukich a few times in the past couple of years. He's excellent, but they're all very good.

http://www.physiotherapyclinic.ie/

short circuit Registered User
#3

fenris said:
I discovered that I have been trundling about with a broken wrist (more enthusiasm than skill and a pine tree) for the last few weeks before finally getting it checked out on Friday in VHI swiftcare. No cast as it is already set but I need physio.

Any recommendations for south city centre?


If you don't mind a bit further south ... this might be of help ...
http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=2055743115

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#4

Which bone did you break? I broke an ulna styloid and it healed fine. Another time I broke my scafoid and it was almost a year before it became as issue needing 2 bouts of surgery, a bone graft and an item called a herbert screw so be careful what you do until it is healed properly.

silvo Registered User
#5

I have used these guys a good few times. Can recommend them highly:
http://www.pearsestreetphysio.com/index.asp

Based on Pearse St

alfalad Registered User
#6

silvo said:
I have used these guys a good few times. Can recommend them highly:
http://www.pearsestreetphysio.com/index.asp

Based on Pearse St



+1

fenris Registered User
#7

Thanks for the recommendations guys.

It wasn't the styloid, I just broke a bit off of the end of my radius but it was the right shape to sit back in place and start to set properly - it just felt like a sprain with lots of clicking and popping, until I went mountain biking and it got real sore real quick, met Tom C and some of the lads as I was trying the second half of Ballinastoe one handed - more fun than fire roads but not very bright!

The Crunch Registered User
#8

silvo said:
I have used these guys a good few times. Can recommend them highly:
http://www.pearsestreetphysio.com/index.asp

Based on Pearse St



Aidan Woods in Pearse Street is a top guy. A runner, cyclist and triathlete he has been physio to countless international teams in loads of disciplines. Sensible, careful and great value.

budfox Registered User
#9

I have used Andrew Watson, Raglan Clinic, Fitzwilliam Square for an ACL injury. He was referred by a rugby buddy of mine. He works with one of the consultants in the Sports Surgery Clinic. Worked with the US track and field team. Enough advertising. I used him this year and he really worked brilliant. And he's a sports guys. Don't have his number to hand but he's in the book.

Hope the injury clears up ok!

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