Dr Mary Colbert and her team at Forster Court Dental were the first dental practice to introduce facial aesthetics to Galway and the west of Ireland. In the past few months, the practice has unveiled the latest modern, progressive, treatments including mesotherapy, and more recently protein rich growth factor, or PRGF Endoret.
With more than 30 years’ professional experience in the dentistry field, Dr Colbert’s interest in facial aesthetics began six years ago having completed several certified courses in wrinkle reduction, dermal-fillers, lip augmentation, and non-surgical facial rejuvenation at the Dr Bob Khanna Training Institute in Reading, England, and at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, alongside many other doctors, optologists, and dermatologists.
Harvey Wasserman’s Expand Your Life In Three Weeks workshops have one major purpose — to demonstrate that many emotional problems can respond to simple techniques. Wasserman will present exercises that help with depression, anxiety, and other emotional problems. They will help identify negative thinking and the many beliefs and experiences that limit personal growth and expansion.
“I have learned many of my expansive exercises from the great teachers of the past 50 years, Virginia Satir, Milton Erickson, Al Lowen, and many others,” Mr Wasserman said. “I have studied with native healers around the world and created original experiences of my own. ‘Workshop’ means that I work and you as attendees work, experiencing and perhaps voluntarily sharing your personal experiences. Feedback from past workshops has been very positive, with a few reports of transformational experiences — the lifting of a chronic depression, losing an alcohol addiction.”
Most types of head pain are classified as tension, chronic, or migraine headaches. Chronic headaches occur every day, whereas migraine headaches are usually one-sided and moderate or severe in intensity. However no matter what the category, the pain of ongoing headaches can impact every aspect of life and cause emotional stress to the sufferer.
Recent studies have shown that acupuncture in combination with Chinese herbal medicine can be effective in decreasing the number of migraine and tension headaches and preventing further attacks. Care Cure Acupuncture uses these therapies without resorting to prescription drugs or over-the-counter medications that often have side effects.