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Dr Bhatti has launched a new clinic in natural pain relief that is an ideal treatment for people suffering from painful conditions or stress related disorders.
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.
Chronic pain in the muscles and joints can make life miserable. Standard anti-inflammatory treatments, physical therapy and medications can sometimes mask neck and back pain but, if you want to get to the root cause so it does not come back again, acupuncture combined with Chinese massage could be a good option.
This Sunday,equestrian sportswoman, Caroline Bjoerk, will begin, ‘Walking for those who can’t”, a 330km cross-Ireland walk from Clifden in Galway to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin to raise €50,000 for Beaumont Hospital Foundation to fund Spinal Degeneration Research.
In a Bio-Energy treatment the client lies fully clothed while listening to relaxing music. The therapist uses a number of special hand positions and techniques to scan the body, to clear it of any energy blockages. Specific energy flow techniques which help the body relax and release muscular tension in the back area are also included. This is a non-invasive, pain-free, and safe healing modality.
Straighten Up and Move is the message from the Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) as it launched the fifth annual Straighten Up Ireland Week.
It is the biggest single cause of sickness, disability and loss to industry with almost half the population suffering in any given year.
Sports participation although a great form of exercise and community spirit can sometimes put a strain on the body and result in muscle aches, injury pains, pulled ligaments, twisted ankles and broken limbs.
Do you suffer from pain in your muscles or limited movement in your joints?
Richard Brennan is the author of seven books on the Alexander Technique. He has appeared on BBC and RTE television, as well as on national and local radio and newspapers, and is in Castlebar for the first time for a workshop on posture and pain.