Scalp Acupuncture for Pain Management

Posted by on May 24, 2016 in Chronic Pain, Scalp Acupuncture, Sports Injuries | 0 comments

Scalp Acupuncture Scalp acupuncture is a traditional Chinese needling technique integrating methods from the Western medical knowledge combined with the traditional Chinese methods. The treatment has been proven to successfully treat acute and chronic conditions including nervous system disorders. Many say they feel an immediate improvement sometimes only taking a few seconds or even minute to feel the results. Paul has been working with Dr Zhu in the USA and experienced first-hand what amazing results this treatment can offer. With this new and innovative treatment, scalp acupuncture often falls outside of the fundamental theories of Chinese medicine but it also brings a new concept to the Western world. Scalp acupuncture for rehabilitation Paul has worked with many patients who are in rehabilitation of paralysis due to MS, strokes, car accidents and Parkinson’s disease. Scalp acupuncture is also very effective for pain management especially chronic pain caused by the central nervous system. Believe it or not even a phantom pain can be treated! Scalp acupuncture not only treats disorders, but also can prevent illness and help to build the immune system. It can help increase energy, preserve youth, and promote longevity. Contact Paul today for more information on Tel: 01...

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Managing Pain Through Natural Resources

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Chronic Pain, Scalp Acupuncture | 0 comments

Managing Pain Through Natural Resources There is so much information coming through the media at the moment about celebrities being hooked on pain killers due to acute and chronic pain. More and more are heading to rehab to deal with the addiction. We know at the Pain Relief Clinic in Dunshaughlin that chronic and acute pain can hinder people’s everyday lives. We have put together some healthy tips to help you manage your pain a little better. Combined with the Scalp Acupuncture treatments we offer, you will definitely feel the benefits of treating your pain naturally. Move Gently Exercise doesn’t have to mean step aerobics or a hard core gym session. Increasing your range of motion will help loosen your limbs. A gentle walk is not only good for your heart but also for your head, there is nothing better than getting some fresh air. Gentle Yoga exercises can also help as they lengthen the muscles. Always ask your GP before embarking on any exercise program no matter how gentle. Keep Your Weight Healthy Keeping your weight at a healthy level will reduce the pressure on your joints. Excess fat around your stomach not only puts pressure on your back but is extremely unhealthy for your internal organs. Relax and Reduce Stress Reducing the tension in your life will make you feel better emotionally and physically. When you are stressed and tense your muscles tighten even more reducing your range of movement and making you feel worse. A massage, hot bath, mediation are just some great ways to reduce stress. Make an appointment at the Pain Relief Clinic If you haven’t already done so, make an appointment today to discuss your options of treatment with Scalp Acupuncture. More and more people are getting the treatment and seeing/feeling amazing results. Contact us today for more details Call Paul on 01...

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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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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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