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Low Back Pain and Subluxation

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

Ongoing disruption to services at Portiuncula University Hospital

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Hospital services in Portiuncula University Hospital continue to face ongoing disruptions as a result of the ransomware attack on the HSE IT systems.

Ransomware attack has continuing impact on Galway University Hospitals

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The ransomware attack on the HSE IT systems continues to have a considerable impact on hospital services at Galway University Hospitals 

Service disruption at West’s hospitals to continue next week

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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).

Disruption to Hospital Services at Mayo University Hospital to continue this week

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The service disruptions at Mayo University Hospital as a result of the ransomware attack on the HSE IT systems are expected to continue this week.

Work to start on new Primary Care Centre for Oranmore within coming months

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A new Primary Care Centre in Oranmore is to be built after An Bord Pleanála upheld the decision of Galway County Council to grant permission for the development.

A better you...

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.

People working from home experience back/neck pains - study

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Forty-four per cent of people from Connacht working from home due to Covid-19 restrictions are experiencing back or neck pains, or both - according to new research by a leading chiropractic clinic group.

'Ground-breaking' programme launched for Gaelic sports

A new coaching and sport science programme has been developed for GAA, LGFA and camogie players.

 

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