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Big fitness and health expo for Castlebar

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Fitness professionals from all over Mayo are gathering for a weekend of fitness, sport, and advice in all disciplines in Breaffy Sports Arena this April 24, 25, and 26.

Fundraiser tonight for city man who contracted meningitis while living abroad

A 46-year-old city man undergoing treatment in the United States for a condition he contracted abroad is to benefit from a major fundraiser being held tonight (Thursday) at 8.30pm at Crowe’s Bar in Bohermore.

Straighten Up and Move

Straighten Up and Move is the message from the Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) as it launched the fifth annual Straighten Up Ireland Week.

Celebrations at Athlone Chiropractic Care

Fourteen years ago this week, Dr Mary Helen Hensley relocated from America to serve the people of Athlone with the life-changing benefits of chiropractic care. Now, 14 years on, Dr Hensley has handed over the reins of spinal care to Dr Meggan Gregory of Australia, who also celebrates this week with one year as a valued member of the Athlone Chiropractic Care team. Dr Hensley continues to be a constant presence in the office, but now works full time in the practice of vibrational and metaphysical healing, encompassing the mind, body, and spirit, and is preparing to publish her fifth book with Book Hub Publishing. Office manager Maureen Duffly remains as the cornerstone of the facility since its inception, working over two decades in the field of chiropractic care.

Focus on prevention and wellness now

Chronic diseases affect a high percentage of the Irish population with the onset of chronic disease starting earlier and earlier. The main causes of chronic diseases are poor diet, lack of adequate exercise, obesity, poor nutrition, and stress and negativity along with toxins in our air, food and water. These things cumulatively damage our immune system, drain our energy and make our bodies vulnerable to disease. Smoking, alcohol, and drug abuse also hurt our health.

Focus on prevention and wellness now

Chronic diseases affect a high percentage of the Irish population with the onset of chronic disease starting earlier and earlier. The main causes of chronic diseases are poor diet, lack of adequate exercise, obesity, poor nutrition, and stress and negativity along with toxins in our air, food and water. These things cumulatively damage our immune system, drain our energy and make our bodies vulnerable to disease. Smoking, alcohol, and drug abuse also hurt our health.

Coping with chronic pain

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Aiden Kennedy had just moved to Australia in 1987 when a boating accident changed his life forever.

Paediatric and sports specialisation at Mayo Chiropractic

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Dr Andrew Harvey has recently joined the team at the Mayo Chiropractic Family Practice after moving from his homeland of Australia and is pleased to be working with Nancy and Trisha, alongside Dr Sinead Hughes, in a practice which has been providing chiropractic care to the people of Mayo for four years.

 

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