Thursday October 1, 2020

Turn your back on lifelong pain

Colm Campbell hurt his back for the first time when he was at the receiving end of a bad rugby tackle at the age of 16.

25th September, 2010

Colm Campbell hurt his back for the first time when he was at the receiving end of a bad rugby tackle at the age of 16.

He continued playing contact sports into his 20s and 30s, often suffering back pain afterwards. It was another tackle that did the damage in the end.

‘‘Someone came in with the knee and I hit the ground unconscious,” said Campbell. ‘‘Next thing, I woke up in an ambulance, lights flashing...

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