Based on Main Street, Ballaghaderreen, Enhanced Motion Neuromuscular Therapy Clinic first opened its doors in July 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since then, the business, run by Ballinagare woman Liz Cummins, has gone from strength to strength…
Tell us a bit about Enhanced Motion…
Enhanced Motion is a Neuromuscular Therapy Clinic with myself (Liz Cummins), a neuromuscular therapist, and Conor McGreivy, who specialises in sports injuries, rehabilitation work and pre-assessments for those returning to sport, musculoskeletal pain and those suffering with chronic injuries, such as back, shoulder, neck or knee pain, and injuries or conditions that limit range of motion.
What kind of services are on offer here?
We have a wide range of services including dry needling, cupping, and athletic rehabilitation. Clients can also avail of a number of sports packages including deep tissue and sports massage and the use of sports recovery boots. Each appointment includes a full assessment, hands-on treatment and exercises to take home. Clients are given goals and we help to keep them accountable in their recovery.
What kind of clients do you work with?
We work with people of all ages and abilities. We’re lucky to work with one of the local GAA clubs here, Western Gaels Ladies, as well as other sports clubs. We also have a great working relationship with local doctors and they will recommend us to patients who are suffering from sports injuries or chronic pain and want private treatment.
Outside of physical treatments what other services do you offer?
Enhanced Motion offers mobility classes to the wider community and these are suitable for all levels and abilities. For example, on Mondays we have our advanced group and that’s focussed on general mobility and strength, core strength and functional movement. Then we have a class aimed at those of semi-retirement age, which we offer at the Family Resource Centre (FRC) in Ballaghaderreen. That class aims to educate people of proper posture for day-to-day living, when doing household chores for example.
We also give talks at the FRC and this enables people to ask us questions about their issues with mobility or pain. We also offer advice on dealing with long-term pain and give tips on breathing techniques and exercises.
This all sounds great! How do I book an appointment?
You can book an appointment by calling 086-3786701, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting www.enhancedmotion.ie. Our clinic is open from 9 am to 8 pm Monday to Thursday, 9 am to 3 pm Friday, and 8 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. Keep up to date by following us on Instagram and Facebook.