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Galway City Chiropractic has provided services of CAI (Chiropractic Association of Ireland) registered chiropractic care to the public for the past 17 years in the heart of Galway city. The company has striven to provide the people of Galway and the surrounding areas with the highest standard of patient care and continues to have the same clinic ethos, which is to do the most and the best they can for any patient who crosses the door and asks for help.
Acupuncture is a safe treatment using small sterile needles. Sessions last up to 20 minutes. Here are three conditions that respond to acupuncture illustrated with individual treatments, following a full assessment.
Midlands Physical Therapy is a clinic that specialises in helping people who are aged between 35 and 65 to keep active and move freely, without the need for painkillers. They have a clinic in Moate and recently set up a clinic in Monksland, Athlone. The clinic is run by Derek Stenson who specialises in treating people aged 35-65 who have been in pain for longer than 10 days and are frustrated with the injury or the pain they are suffering.
Ireland’s positon as one of the top medtech clusters in the world will be bolstered today (Monday) with the official launch of CÚRAM, the Centre for Research in Medical Devices. CÚRAM is a Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre based at NUI Galway, which is a unique symbiotic relationship of academia and industry partners that pushes the scientific frontiers in medical devices.
Acute stress is a response to imminent danger. It turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.
Bikram Yoga Athlone is the place to get yourself ready for summer this year. Whether you just want to get yourself bikini-ready, are looking to improve your fitness, or need help with an injury, Bikram Yoga can help.
Stress is not in the mind. Acute stress is a response to imminent danger; it turbo charges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system.
Acute stress is a response to imminent danger, it turbocharges the system with powerful hormones that can damage the cardiovascular system. Chronic stress can occur in response to everyday stressors that are ignored or poorly managed, as well as exposure to traumatic events. Adrenal glands react to the alert by releasing epinephrine/adrenaline, which makes the heart pump faster and the lungs work harder to flood the body with oxygen. Digestion then shuts down. This can cause significant damage and numerous symptoms.