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Acupuncture which originated in China has been scientifically proven to be very effective for all types of pain relief and is now incorporated in medical protocols in hospitals and specialised pain clinics in Europe, the USA and Australia.
The capacity of outpatient clinics at the west’s biggest hospital will be reduced by up to 50 per cent because of Covid-19 preventive measures.
The next two weeks are crucial in terms of weakening the grip of Covid-19 and building on the significant progress made in suppressing the virus, the chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group said this week.
Doctor 365 is a new extended opening hours GP service that has opened its doors in Galway, offering patients access to be seen by a doctor seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Don’t suffer any longer. Start your new year with a focus on relieving your pains and aches. The Crane Clinic, Galway, offers many therapies including elecro-acupuncture, cupping, pulsed magnetic therap,y and two types of laser, omega and quantum laser.
An increase in hospital staffing and opening hours are some of the measures being put in place by the health authority locally to deal with the expected increase in demand for services during winter.
A new extended hours GP service has opened its doors in Galway, offering patients access to doctors seven days a week, 365 days a year.
The 14th annual Teddy Bear Hospital at NUI Galway will take place Thursday January 17 and Friday 18.
Students studying at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) are among the most satisfied in Ireland, according to The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 released at the weekend. The Good University Guide, now in its 17th year, is Ireland’s only league table ranking the country’s 21 higher education institutes against one another.
An Athlone Institute of Technology researcher has made meaningful strides in stent technology through her work with polymer and biodegradable medical devices. Originally from China, Dr Yuanyuan Chen has designed breakthrough bioresorbable scaffolding which can be placed in clogged coronary arteries to increase blood flow to the heart.