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Listen - Dr Fiona Skelly talks to Drivetime 15/2/24

Dr Fiona Skelly discusses the benefits of exercise for mental health with RTE's Drivetime.  


Workshop - Nutrition for bone health and fall prevention on the 6th & 7th of February 2024

ExWell in conjunction with TUD are running workshops at our Clontarf (6th @12pm), Ballymun (6th @ 3pm ) and Thomas Davis GAA (7th @ 10.05am & 12.35pm) centres on the 6th and 7th of February. They will focus Osteoporosis, nutrition for bone health and recipe ideas. All are welcome!

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Listen - ExWell on Newstalk's Pat Kenny Show

Dr McCaffrey and ExWell participant Pat McDonnell talk to Pat Kenny about how exercise can be a one-size-fits-all solution to managing chronic illnesses.


Listen - Ocean FM visits ExWell Sligo

Click here to listen to Austin O'Callaghan of Ocean FM who recently visted an ExWell class at Sligo sports complex. 


Listen - Dr Fiona Skelly talks to RTE's Drivetime

Our very own Dr Fiona Skelly discusses a recent study by UK health insurance firm Vitality, that if companies offer their employees shopping vouchers for reaching daily step counts, it would boost health and productivity.  


New guide to exercise at home developed

A brand new 'A guide to exercise at home' booklet has been developed by ​​ExWell Medical and the SHE research group. 

This is well worth a read for anyone considering taking part in exercise from the comfort of their homes. 

The booklet touches on a variety of different topics such as; how much exercise should you be doing, the intensity, exercise circuit ideas and helpful guidelines on conducting the exercises.

Please click here to view and/or download this very helpful booklet 

For more information on our own online programmes please click here


Connacht Tribune - 'ExWell ensures all ends well despite illness' 

Please click here to view article from today's Connacht Tribune



Survey on osteoarthritis for Clare Lodge at SETU Carlow

A European funded group, known as EU-network is investigating the current understanding of Osteoarthritis management from the patient point of view. 

The main aim of EU-network is to set up the European Society for Osteoarthritis (EUSOA), with three major stakeholder groups:

Patients, Clinicians and Researchers (both from academia and industry).


As part of this we would be very grateful if you could complete the survey by clicking on this link


The survey is being circulated internationally and is anonymous. The goal is to survey OA patients and explore their beliefs and attitudes toward the disease.

Midlands Hospital Group & Balbriggan ExWell testing results

ExWell Medical in the media

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