Acupuncture, now the largest drug-free healthcare therapy in the world is used by people of all ages for a wide range of disorders. Acupuncture is a treatment used as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), an oriental healthcare system that originated in China over more than 3,000 years ago.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory states that when healthy, blood flows freely throughout our body in a network of channels or meridians. When blood doesn’t flow freely, it can cause imbalances, blockages or stagnation in the body leading to illness. These imbalances can result from disease, injuries, stress, overwork, poor diet, weather, environmental conditions and other lifestyle factors. Acupuncture is used to aid blood flow so that it can circulate freely throughout the body enhancing the nourishment of cells, organs, glands, tissues and muscles. This work will allow harmony and balance to be restored, eliminate pain as well as enhancing the body’s ability to heal itself.
As a practitioner I am trained to assess all aspects of the person coming for a treatment including; presenting signs and symptoms, medical history, complexion, general constitution and the pulse and tongue to clearly identify the pattern of imbalance. On your first visit a detailed and confidential assessment is carried out. The aim of this assessment is to find the root cause of imbalance in order to determine an appropriate treatment plan for you.
How does it work?
Acupuncture involves the use of single-use sterile needles about the width of a human hair. These needles are inserted into specific body points (Acupuncture points) to help unblock obstruction or strengthen the body where it has become unbalanced. Some people experience a tingling or dull sensation around the needle and most find it a deeply relaxing experience. Other TCM treatments, which may be used in conjunction with acupuncture in a session, include cupping (suction cups), moxibustion (heat), gua sha, massage, lifestyle advice and therapeutic exercises.
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Many of the disorders listed below have been recognised by the World Health Organisation as Diseases, symptoms or conditions for which Acupuncture has been proved-through controlled trials to be an effective treatment.
- Angina pectoris
- Cold hands and feet
- Fluid retention
- High or low blood pressure
- Muscle cramps
- Poor circulation
Digestive System Disorders:
- Gastric and duodenal ulcers
- Gastric hyperacidity
- Hiatus hernia syndrome
- Liver and Gall Bladder disorders
- Post-extraction pain
- Visual disorders
- Red, sore, itchy or watery eyes
Gynaecological and obstetric Disorders:
- Premenstrual tension
- Painful, heavy or irregular or absence of periods
- Abnormal uterine bleeding (prior medical investigation before treatment) or discharge
- Hormonal disturbances
- Disorders associated with menopause
- Prolapse of the uterus or bladder
- Morning sickness
- Facial neuralgia
- Meniere’s disease
- Nervous tension
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Sequelae of poliomyelitis
- Some forms of paralysis
- Stroke – (early stage)
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Emotional disturbances
- Addictions – smoking
- Acute tonsillitis
- Chronic cough
- Influenza and the common cold
- Sore throat
- Nerve rash
- Herpes Zoster
- Low sexual vitality
- Urinary retention
- Kidney disorders
- Nocturnal enuresis
- Neurogenic bladder dysfunction
Cost of Treatment
40 euros – Acupuncture only (approximately 1 hour)
50 euros – Acupuncture Combined with Massage/ Cupping (Approximately 1 hour)
I am a member of the Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association (AFPA) member no. 8610- http://afpa.ie/
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