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Acupuncture available at Pearse St. Physiotherapy Clinic!

 

Niamh Kissane qualified in 1999 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from University College Dublin. Niamh then attended Curtin University, Perth, Australia in 2004 and completed a certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy. In 2005 Niamh completed a Masters of Manual Therapy from the Centre of Musculoskeletal Studies, University of Western Australia, Perth. Since returning to Ireland, Niamh has been studying acupuncture and combining it with her previous education to successfully treat patients.

Chinese medicine is over 3000 years old. It views the individual as a whole, a concept gaining increasing acceptance even in Western medicine. Acupuncture as one field of Chinese medicine is based on the idea that energy flows through the body along channels known as "meridians". This energy, referred to as Qi in Chinese, reaches the skin surface at over 700 points. In a healthy body, Qi flows in harmony, whereas diseases are characterized by energetic imbalances. Acupuncture is used to restore harmony: excessive levels are cleared, low levels are replenished and blockages are unblocked to restore a smooth Qi flow.

Acupuncture can help in the following problems:

  • Back ache
  • Complaints of the cervical spine
  • Joint pain
  • Rheumatic complaints
  • Migraines
  • Headaches

To contact Pearse Street Physiotherapy clinic please call 01-6334035 or via our website www.pearsestreetphysio.com If you mention the Dublin Docklands newsletter you will receive a €10 discount off the normal price of your first visit.

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