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Low Back Pain and Subluxation

Subluxation means a vertebral joint of the spine is out of its normal position.

Low back pain and subluxation

Subluxation means a vertebral joint of the spine is out of its normal position. It's the same as a sprain because the ligaments are stretched when this occurs. But how does a joint get out of its normal position? Usually, the culprit is some sort of trauma but not necessarily at the level of a high fall or a major car accident (although these trauma do cause problems).

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Subluxation means a vertebral joint of the spine is out of its normal position, similar to a sprain because the ligaments are stretched when this occurs.

Participant call-out for Chronic Chats programme

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Chronic Chats is an online creative group for chronically ill people in Mayo, led by chronically ill artist and designer, Áine O’Hara.

New Rural Housing Planning guidelines expected in March

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The updated rural housing planning guideline document from the Department of Local Government is being finalised with a draft document expected by the end of March.

‘You have been failed,’ says Taoiseach in Dail to Galwaywoman whose cancer diagnosis was missed

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A Galwaywoman whose cancer diagnosis was missed has this week received an apology in the Dail from Taoiseach Micheál Martin.

Cancer screening and treatment backlog needs 'urgent response', says Farrell

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The backlog in cancer screening and treatment services is "concerning" and demands an all party response and increased funding from the Government.

Pertinent health and safety guideline concerns as Clonbonny NS reopens

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Clonbonny National School reopened its doors on Wednesday morning following weeks of cohesive preparation.

Get on your bike for Croí and help people living with heart disease

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Croí, the Heart and Stroke Charity, will host its ‘My Summer Cycle for Croí’, this August Bank Holiday weekend. It is a cycle with a difference as participants can chose the location and the route - their own way.

More than a third of ED patients last year were medical card holders

A total of 75,413 patients attended the emergency department of University Hospital Galway in the past year. Of these 71,230 were new patients while 4,183 were review patients. Some 21,324 were medical card patients.

 

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