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While summer certainly brings a pleasant burst of bloom and colour to nature, it can bring gloom for many who suffer the annoying and often, misery inducing, symptoms of hay fever.
The root cause of hay fever and sinus problems could be treated with Chinese medicine, according to therapists at Care Cure Acupuncture.
Care Cure Acupuncture believes that hay fever and sinus problems are caused by an imbalance in the lung and kidney meridians/channels.
Acupuncture treatments for low back pain usually focus on the urinary bladder acupuncture channel. This acupuncture meridian runs along the entire spine and low back and the buttocks, all the way to the back of the ankles.
To challenge some of the common myths and to give the public a greater understanding of how to manage lower back pain, the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists has published Challenging Back Pain Myths as part of its annual Move4Health campaign. To mark the Move 4 Health campaign Aiden Tighe, senior physiotherapist, HSE West, is holding an information session in the Newman Institute in Ballina from 7pm to 8pm on Monday May 9.
Aiden Kennedy had just moved to Australia in 1987 when a boating accident changed his life forever.
Reflexology is a wonderful therapy to use during pregnancy and labour. It will not interfere with the viability of the pregnancy but some clients may prefer to wait until after the 12th week to avail of the benefits.
During this period of financial and economic uncertainty, symptoms such as lower back pain can be quite common. The reason for this is that when we are under a certain amount of stress we tend to hold our posture in a slouched or abnormal position. The constant worry and the mere uncertainty of not knowing what the future may bring manifests itself in the body, and particularly the lower back.
We have ran tips over the past few weeks from fitness expert Eddie Sheehan. This week he is offering more tips to keep you in shape for 2009.
If you suffer from lower back pain, you could find the answer to your back problems at a free presentation being held at the g Hotel tonight at 7.30pm.