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A new online treatment programme, set up by expert psychologists and physiotherapists, aims to help those who suffer from chronic pain.
Traditional Chinese medicine is a system of medicine based on the concepts of Chinese natural philosophy which has essence and qi as the cornerstone, yin/yang theory as the highest generalisation, five element theory as the theoretical structure for rationalisation, and organ theory as the centre. Chinese medicine encompasses internal medicine, external medicine, gynaecology, paediatrics, dermatology, ophthalmology, mental dysfunction, and gerontology.
NUI Galway is issuing a final call for applications to its Elite Athlete Sports Scholarships Scheme for 2015/16.
Construction of a new primary care centre in Westport is expected to begin within the next six to nine months.
Homecare Physio is a well established and expanding company set up by local health care professional John Butler.
Health and Herbs is an integrated health clinic and herbal dispensary situated on 9 Sea Road, (near the Jesuit Church) in Galway. It was founded by Dr Dilis Clare in 1999, who is the only GP in Ireland also qualified in herbal medicine.
A local advocate with the patient support group Patient Focus says it is important to remember that nursing homes are not institutions but “homes from homes” for people.
“Horrific” cases involving the abuse of elderly and vulnerable residents in some Irish nursing homes over the years have hammered home to families the importance of speaking out if concerns arise, according to the former chairperson of the HSE’s regional health forum, Galway Cllr Padraig Conneely.
Paula O’Neill, chartered physiotherapist and owner of both the Ballinrobe Physiotherapy Clinic and Ballindine Physiotherapy Clinic, will be providing intensive physiotherapy for the Irish men’s basketball team for pre-existing and possible injuries as they embark in an intensive challenge to play a minimum of four teams in the European Basketball Championships, which take place at the end of the month in Sofia, Bulgaria.
NUI Galway has issued a final call for applications to its Elite Athlete Sports Scholarships Scheme for 2014/15. The university has a long tradition of excellence in sport and this has been enhanced by the recent success in rowing, hurling, basketball, soccer and rugby as well as numerous individual achievements. The deadline for application for current and prospective students is Thursday, July 31 at 5pm.