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Starlock Cushion

Testimonials Bringing you the latest news, information and resources from across the entire healthcare spectrum. When choosing a cushion for a quadriplegic client ( at high risk of pressure sores) – It was shown (via pressure mapping) that air cushions (Starlock...
North Tipperary Children’s Services

North Tipperary Children’s Services

Today, our education officer, Eoin visited North Tipperary Children’s Services and did a product demonstration to both Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists on a selection of pediatric products from our 2018 range. Many thanks to Ann Somers, Senior...
Introducing The Star Cushion Range

Introducing The Star Cushion Range

Why would your client need a Star Cushion? They are a high risk of skin breakdown and pressure area development. They require an air cushion (gold standard in pressure relief). They require the highest level of cushioning with maximal postural stability. Get to know...
Christmas Arrangements 2017

Christmas Arrangements 2017

December 15th 2017 is the last day for order despatching (for all in-stock items) to be sure of pre-Christmas delivery. The offices and warehouse of O Neill Healthcare will be closing on December 22nd and reopening January 2nd.  Thank you for your support and...
What Is Dysphagia?

What Is Dysphagia?

What is Dysphagia? Dysphagia is the medical term used to describe swallowing problems. It is caused by any medical condition which affects the structure, strength and co-ordination of chewing and swallowing muscles. This might be due to stroke, Parkinson’s disease,...
Dysphagia – What are my options?

Dysphagia – What are my options?

Option 1: Kapitex® Dysphagia Cup Kapitex Dysphagia Cup is oval shaped to accommodate nose clearance – which prevents the need to tilt the head whilst drinking. Download your free copy of Dysphagia Care & Management Solutions now KEY FEATURES Suitable for warm and...
Dysphagia – The Importance of Hydration

Dysphagia – The Importance of Hydration

Water intake is often a secondary consideration in dysphagia management. Water makes up 75% of the volume of the body. The NHS advises that where appropriate, patients should be drinking 2.5 litres of water per day. Many older people and those with dysphagia do not...
Dysphagia – Diagnosis and Treatment

Dysphagia – Diagnosis and Treatment

Each medical condition that causes dysphagia can affect different phases of the swallow. Treatment advice may vary, according to the part of the swallow which is affected. It is important to visit your medical practitioner if you are having di culty with any part of...
We were at Rehacare

We were at Rehacare

O’ Neill Healthcare are happy to announce they are in Düsseldorf at Rehacare Trade Fair for Rehabilitation. Looking to see what exciting new products we are going to bring to the Irish market in 2018. #selfdeterminedliving Search Website Search for: Recent...
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