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Back In Action Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic opened its doors in 2006 in Market Point Medical Park and has since provided an excellent standard of treatment to every client. Each patient is assessed and treated according to their individual needs. The team of chartered physiotherapists provide treatment for any musculoskeletal complaint. Clients can also attend for biomechanical analysis and foot orthotic prescription.
People can learn more about ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome tonight (Thursday) when a short series of videos about the condition will be shown at the Westwood Hotel at 7.30pm.
The menopause is a time of change for women, occurring between the ages of 45 and 55 years, and signals an end to the fertile years. Menopausal symptoms are due to falling oestrogen levels, and may last for just a few months or linger for several years. Symptoms differ between women, but can include weight gain, hot flushes, night sweats, irritability, poor concentration, more frequent headaches and joint pains, reduced sex drive, vaginal dryness.
A documentary about ME/chronic fatigue, which will be screened in Galway later this month, will strike a chord with local sufferers, according to Orla Ni Chomhrai, the co-ordinator of the Galway ME/CFS support group.
A UK ME expert with 25 years experience will give at a talk in Galway at the end of the month.
John (not his real name) accidentally discovered he had haemochromatosis after having a melanoma removed at University Hospital Galway.