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Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, provides face to face, phone, and video call physiotherapy for pelvic floor muscle treatment for bladder and bowel incontinence from her clinic in Suite 14, Bon Secours Consultant Clinic in Renmore. She also treats sexual dysfunction, prolapse, post-natal pelvic conditions, and osteoporosis. People can choose to have their pelvic physiotherapy consultation by phone call, Zoom, WhatsApp, etc, or to attend in person.
Unfortunately, none of us is perfect and we all make mistakes from time to time, but did you know that you could unknowingly be putting your health at risk right now? From listening to music too loudly to slouching at your desk, take a look at five of the worst health mistakes you are making right now.
Eleven and a half years ago Dr Paul Bradley DC opened his first clinic in Carrick on Shannon with the aim of providing a standardised level of chiropractic care that he felt was missing in Ireland. From that time, Dr Bradley and his team have grown their business from one clinic in Carrick to being one of Ireland's largest chiropractic companies.
Did you know that your adrenal glands (on top of your kidneys) hugely impact your weight loss success? In many people, adrenal burnout results in little or no weight loss. Even more important, these glands hugely influence your physical health, mental health, and ageing.
Arthritis Ireland has launched a series of free online courses this autumn to support people during Covid-19.
The Paediatric Diabetes Service at Portiuncula University Hospital (PUH) has changed the way it delivers outpatient appointments as a result of COVID-19 thanks to innovative ‘virtual clinics’ that provide access to the service instead of the traditional face-to-face appointment, at a time when social and physical distancing remains important.
Galway East TD Sean Canney has described the HSE and Department of Health's "inability" to provide services within the new primary care centre in Tuam as "ludicrous".
The Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation is asking people to support local and donate local by going 'Up the Hill for Jack and Jill' this October.
Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, has welcomed confirmation that the long-awaited temporary modular unit planned for Mayo University Hospital is progressing and due to be onsite by early November.
Sinn Féin Mayo TD, Rose Conway-Walsh - following her questioning of experts in the Covid-19 Committee this week - said: "Keeping Covid-19 out of nursing homes has to be a priority for Government. Control measures are essential and preventing transmission to patients is paramount."