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Micro-immunotherapy can be successfully used as supportive therapy for diseases which are the consequence of an imbalance in our immune system. The main objective is to restore and correct the functioning of our immune system. Here are some examples of the applications of Micro-immunotherapy medications:
Frozen shoulder, also known as Adhesive Capsulitis which means sticky shoulder describes this condition accurately it occurs in about 5% of the population. More common in women than men, most ladies in the beginning of the condition may find it hard to reach the clasp of their brassier, back pockets, worse at night and when lying on the affected side can be excruciating and affect sleep.
Some causes of Burning Feet:
The Mayo branch of Arthritis Ireland is hosting an information evening about ground-breaking arthritis research in Ballina this Thursday.
Dry eyes is a very common condition that occurs when the quantity and quality of the tears fails to keep the surface of the eye adequately lubricated.
Does a healthy mouth equal a healthy heart? Could better brushing and flossing make the difference? The answer is yes.
Did you know that there are more than 100 types of arthritis? Arthritic conditions range from extremely rare to run of the mill.
Would you like to learn more about rheumatoid arthritis and joint replacement? If so, you may be interested in attending a free patient education evening being held at the Galway Clinic.
An information evening on living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) will be held in Galway on Wednesday November 8. The event is organised by Arthritis Ireland and supported by MSD Ireland.
Dr Dilis Clare and her experienced clinical team will be running a series of seminars on various health conditions and concerns over the next number of months in the Clinical Science Institute, NUI Galway. The first of these seminars is on Thursday September 28 at 7pm, where food intolerances and how they can affect your health and wellbeing will be discussed by clinical nutritionist Michelle Hanley.