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With a qualification in sports massage and neuromuscular therapy from the National Training Centre (NTC) you can set up your own private practice, work within an established clinic, work with football teams, athletes, or become the resident therapist in one of the growing number of health clubs and personal training centres that are becoming so popular nationwide.
Pain can take many forms from occasional stabbing or throbbing to a constant pain that will not go away. Each type of pain also has a different cause. One should look for the real cause of the pain in order to plan your pain management.
Chronic pain is a condition that affects thousands of people in Ireland as often those who have tried everything are left with ongoing pain. In traditional Chinese medicine, pain is a result of obstruction of qi or energy flow which results in lack of blood flow to an area. This means that the localised tissue is not getting the proper nourishment of oxygen and nutrition and there is a backup of cellular detoxification, leading to more pain and inflammation.
Have you ever experienced any difficulty when swallowing food or drink? Occasional difficulty swallowing, which may happen when you drink too fast or talk while you are eating, usually is not a cause for concern. However if the problem persists, worsens, or causes distress or pain, it is important to have a full swallow evaluation.
The Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway is currently recruiting people with chronic pain (pain that has lasted for 3 months or more) to take part in a trial of the ‘Pain Course’, a free online pain self-management programme. The study offers adults living with chronic pain the opportunity to avail of this eight-week Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy course, in the comfort of their own home.
Chronic pain in the muscles and joints of the back or neck can seriously affect a person’s quality of life.
Chronic pain in the muscles and joints of the back or neck can seriously affect a person’s quality of life. Although taking standard anti-inflammatory treatments, physical therapy, and medications can sometimes mask this pain, Care Cure is more concerned with treating the root cause of the discomfort and ensuring that the pain does not come back.
Chronic pain in the muscles and joints of the back or neck can make life miserable. Standard anti-inflammatory treatments, physical therapy, and medications can sometimes mask this pain but at Care Cure the team are more concerned with finding the root cause and treating the pain from there so that it does not come back.
A recent online treatment programme, set up by expert psychologists and physiotherapists, aims to help those who suffer from chronic pain. Recruitment has been extended until Friday, 29 April due to the number of inquiries received in recent weeks.