Here for you: UPMC Orthopaedic Care
Running a farm is a 24/7 commitment and UPMC knows it is easy to put your health on the back burner. However, just like it is important to keep your machines working, your animals cared for, and your crops healthy, it is important to keep you at your best.
UPMC, with locations throughout Ireland, is here to help you with the aches, pains and injuries that come with farming. We have expert teams of physiotherapists, sports medicine physicians, and consultants available to help keep you doing what you love – running your farm.
Video Series | Orthopaedic Care for Farmers
Advanced Orthopaedic Care in Dublin
UPMC Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin is an international leader in the fields of orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine. With more than 40 consultants supported by a host of physiotherapists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, our team offers a continuum of non-surgical and surgical options for issues with knees, shoulders, backs, hips, and everyday wear and tear of your joints.
Regionally Available Advanced Orthopaedic Care
For comprehensive orthopaedic care outside of Dublin, UPMC offers non-surgical and surgical options at our locations in Kildare, Kilkenny, Waterford, Tipperary, Limerick, and Mayo.
You can access physiotherapy, orthopaedics and sports medicine services in the following locations:
- UPMC Aut Even Hospital
- UPMC Kildare Hospital
- UPMC Whitfield Hospital
- UPMC Sports Medicine Clinic, SETU Arena, Waterford
- UPMC Sports Medicine Clinic, TUS Thurles Campus, Tipperary
- UPMC Sports Medicine Clinic, TUS Moylish Campus, Limerick
- UPMC Institute for Health, Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, Claremorris, Co. Mayo
Our Consultants and Sports Medicine Doctors
Learn More About Orthopaedic Conditions
- How You Can Prevent Joint Injuries
- Recovery From Rotator Cuff Surgery
- What Is Nonoperative Orthopaedic Care?
- Is Hip Replacement Surgery Right for You?
- How to Prevent Hip Fractures
- What is Reverse Shoulder Replacement Surgery?
- What to Expect After Shoulder Replacement Surgery
- Why Does Ireland Have a High Rate of ACL Injuries?
2023 National Ploughing Championships
Join us in Ratheniska for the 2023 National Ploughing Championship from Tuesday, 19 to Thursday, 21 September. Here you can visit with expert physiotherapists and healthcare professionals who will share their insights on preventing injuries and effectively treating orthopaedic conditions, tailored to the challanges of farming life.