How to Treat Chronic Pain

Posted by on Apr 29, 2016 in Chronic Pain, Scalp Acupuncture | 0 comments

Chronic pain seems to be the hot topic of conversation at the moment. Yet for those who suffer on a daily basis they will tell you that it is something they have been dealing with in some cases for years. So why do so many people just ‘tolerate’ the pain? Why are people scared to speak out about their daily suffering and seek help? Here at the Pain Relief Clinic in Dunshaughlin, we deal with people with chronic pain on a daily basis. Some find it difficult to explain the type of pain but everyone has the same issue –it affects their life every single day. From sitting down, to working (whether they have a desk job or a physical job), it affects their sleep and so much more. When people are in pain they are not happy in themselves which of course then has a domino effect on everything in their lives including their social and family lives. So what can we do for people suffering with chronic pain here at the Pain Relief Clinic? Scalp acupuncture works in amazing ways and the best part is you don’t have to touch the affected area. By inserting needles into your scalp (Cerebral Cortex area) it will turn off inflammation allowing the body’s healing process to work more efficiently. We can also perform Neuro Scalp Acupuncture which will radiate heat in throughout your body. By inserting needles in the scalp (Motor areas of the brain) this will help with body movement. By inserting needles in the scalp (Sensory areas of the brain) this will help with turning of the pain. For those who need it, gentle manipulation on the back with also increase mobility. But don’t just take our word for it, call Paul today and find out more about what we can do to help your chronic pain. Call us today on Tel: 01 8240663 Pain Relief Clinic, Dunshaughlin – Treating Injuries & Chronic...

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How Osteopathy Can Help Treat Sports Injuries

Posted by on Apr 27, 2016 in Sports Injuries | 0 comments

Did you know an osteopath can help improve your performance as an athlete as well as treating any sports injuries you may be suffering from? So how do we do this? Using our in-depth knowledge of the body we can help improve joint mobility, improve structure and balance, ease the range of motion in your joints; which can reduce the risk of injury and enhance your sports performance. Osteopathy can also improve your flexibility by making your muscles suppler and also improve muscle tone. All this can reduce the risk of injury especially soft tissue injuries. Want to take it to the next level? We also offer scalp acupuncture for those who would like to see results on a whole new level. Click here to read more about this type of treatment.  Most sports injuries are muscular skeletal involving ligaments, tendons, bones and joints. Many athletes experience repetition of these injuries and find they just can’t fully recover from them. Causing injury will cause a weakness in the area and often limited range of motion. Using scalp acupuncture, we can treat new and old injuries as we are not directly touching the actual injury itself. Many patients have experienced amazing results after just one treatment. Contact Paul today to discuss your sport injuries and recovery options. Call Tel: 01...

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Scalp Acupuncture to Treat Stroke Patients

Posted by on Apr 20, 2016 in Scalp Acupuncture | 0 comments

Scalp Acupuncture for Stroke Treatment A stroke can cause many life changing conditions such as paralysis, speech problems, struggle to swallow and with this can come depression to cope with such dramatic changes in ones life. Acupuncture is carried out every day in China as part of their medical care. In Western countries, some acupuncturists can work on patients up to three times a week for optimal results. Several different approaches have been used to treat stroke, demonstrating that acupuncture for this disorder remains a healthcare art: Traditional Chinese Yang meridian point therapy, Chinese scalp acupuncture. But does Scalp Acupuncture really help to improve the quality of life for stroke patients? There have been many studies in Japan and China demonstrating significant positive results using this treatment. The studies have shown patients recovery to speed up with better self-care, thus less nursing is required. This not only has a positive impact on the price of medical care but also extremely beneficial for the patients mental well-being to gain more independence. Paul is extremely passionate about working in this area, he had seen the best results with people who have experienced a stroke less than two years ago. If you would like to discuss stroke treatment options for a loved one, or friend feel free to contact Paul who will be happy to give you advice and information. Contact Paul today on 01 824066301.   The pain relief clinic treats injuries and chronic pain using gentle manipulation through osteopathic and acupuncture techniques. Call us today for a consultation on Tel: 01...

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