Member of AFPA (Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association) the oldest organisation responsible for the regulation of a Register of Acupuncturists in Ireland since 1987 and ETCMA (European Traditional Chinese Medicine Association).
• 2016 – Chinese medical Massage A.F.I. Acupuncture foundation of Ireland, Dublin under Dr Fanyi Meng of Lincoln University, England.
• 2016 – Lic.Ac. – Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China
• 2015 - C.Ac. Certificate in Acupuncture, A.F.I. & Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China under Dr Li Jing of the Nanjing University Hospital of TCM
• 2015 - Dip. Ac. – Diploma in Acupuncture, A.F.I. Acupuncture Foundation of Ireland, Dublin under Chinese doctors, Professor Jin Hui De, Dr Jidong Wu and Dr Fanyi.Meng
• 2015 – Dip.Ac.- Diploma in the practice of Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine
• 2014 – Cert. Patent Herbs – Certificate in Chinese Patent herbs for TCM practice, A.F.I. Dublin
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The history of acupuncture dates back thousands of years and is taking its origins in China, making it one of the oldest and most long-standing health care systems in the world. Its Effectiveness and benefits are now accepted in different countries including Europe, USA and Canada. Acupuncture treatment consists in insertion of fine, sterile needles into specific acupuncture points along the body's meridians. Stimulating specific acupuncture points may correct imbalances of the Qi (pronounced as “Chee’’ and translated as energy) flow and remove blockages.
Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine technique which involves the burning of mugwort, a herb called Ai Ye or Moxa at relevant points on meridians. This method is intended to stimulate circulation of Blood and Qi (pronounced as “Chee’’ and translated as energy) with the radiant heat produced by Moxa. It is commonly used to treat certain forms of arthritis and back pains to warm an affected area of meridian. Sometimes a smokeless Moxa may be used which is an alternative, charcoaled preparation of the herb which produces less smoke and is more convenient for the clinic use.
Electro-acupuncture is a relatively new form of traditional acupuncture treatment which consists in stimulation of selected acupuncture points with a small electric currant. For that needles are attached to a device that generates continuous electric pulses using small clips. This device has adjustable frequency and intensity of the derived impulses. Usually points are stimulated on pairs. The benefits of electro-acupuncture is that it gives a constant and safe stimulation of the acupuncture points and it can be also be used without insertion of needles using electrodes on the skin (transcutaneous electrical stimulation).
Cupping is a technique that was also practiced in the West in which a cup is applied on the skin to create suction. Glass cups are generally used for cupping, but Bamboo cups are also used. Cupping may cause light circular marks that are not painful and will clear up in a few days. The aim is to encourage the flow of Qi and blood to the area being treated and to clear stagnation and warm the area.Cupping is used to treat pain, gastrointestinal disorders, lung diseases (particularly chronic cough and asthma), with the cups placed at appropriate points on the meridians. The cups can also be moved, creating an effect of pressure massage.
Gua Sha is often translated as ‘spooning or scraping’ is a traditional Chinese medicine technique which involves repeatedly scraping of the skin with special instrument made of polished water buffalo horn or other modern materials. Gua sha is used to treat many acute and chronic health problems including colds and flu, fever, headache, indigestion, dizziness, injury, joint pain, fibromyalgia and heat exhaustion. It is also commonly performed to relax tight and aching muscles and to relieve tiredness and fatigue.
Auricular acupuncture also called ear acupuncture is a treatment system based on regulation of body dysfunction by stimulation of specific points on the ear. It is a technique which was first described in France in 1950 by Paul Nogier who is considered to be the father of modern Ear Acupuncture. The treatment consists in stimulation of chosen points with a manual pressure, needling or application of magnets or seeds. Auricular acupuncture is used in combination with the main acupuncture treatment or on its own. It is considered to be effective in pain management, treatment of addictions, detoxification.
Cosmetic Acupuncture also known as Facial Rejuvenation is a safe and natural anti-ageing practice to enhance beauty and wellbeing. It is used to soften lines and wrinkles, increase the tone in the face and increase the blood circulation to the face. The treatment may also be used in skin problems like Acne. Acupuncture needles used for this purpose are very fine and made specially to be used on the face. Various techniques on different areas are used to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin to achieve a firming effect to the face.
Tui Na is a therapeutic form of massage that has been used in China more than 2,500 years. It was considered as an external form of massage used for special treatments to people of all ages. Tui Na makes use of various hand techniques in combination with acupuncture and other manipulation techniques to enhance the healing process. A usual session of Tui Na may vary from thirty minutes to an hour depending on the patient’s needs and conditions. This technique is beneficial in reducing muscular pain and spasms, it is also alleviates stress related disorders like insomnia, constipation, headaches and other disorders related to digestive, respiratory or reproductive systems.
Chinese herbal medicine is a part of Tradition Chinese medicine that has a long history development dating more than thousands of years in China and other parts of East Asia. It may be used as a part of the main treatment to increase the healing process. Different herbs are used together in a formula and prescribed depending on the condition. Herbs may be used internally in a decoction, pill form or a powder form or applied externally.
Acupressure is a traditional Chinese medicine technique based on the principles of acupuncture. It involves applying pressure to certain meridian points on the body and to relieve pain. These are the same energy meridians and acupuncture points as those used in acupuncture. It is believed that through these invisible channels flows vital energy called Qi (chi). When acupressure points are stimulated, they release muscular tension, promote circulation of blood, and enhance the body's life force energy to help healing. Acupressure therapy can be used to relieve pain, fortify the sexual reproductive system, detoxify the body and tone facial and back muscles.
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I have rheumatism for the past 20 years. After acupuncture treatment, the pain became better, I have a good sleep. I am going to continue the treatment.
60 years old
Thank you for your help! I could not sleep for the past 1,5 months after surgery. I felt worse after taking medication for insomnia, so I nearly lost the hope. However, 9 acupuncture treatments. Thank you again.
41 years old
I was very sceptical about acupuncture. But I have to say that my hayfever became better, I can breathe. I will recommend the treatment.
I had cosmetic acupuncture and I really loved it. My beautician has noticed changes
The treatment takes 1 hour and includes a consultation to make a diagnosis (there the colour of the tongue and pulse will be checked), followed by the acupuncture treatment with moxibustion, cupping, electro-acupuncture or Tuina, depending on the condition treated.
The treatment takes less than 1 hour and includes a consultation to make a diagnosis (there the colour of the tongue and pulse will be checked), followed by a “flashing” acupuncture needlingto avoid any discomfort or pain for the child. Moxibustion, cupping or Tuina are added depending on the condition treated.
The treatment takes one hour and consists in insertion of fine, small needles around the face on problem zones. A wellbeing treatment and a facial massage are also included.
The procedure takes less than one hour and includes a consultation to make a diagnosis (there the colour of the tongue and pulse will be checked), followed by the order of herbs from a pharmaceutical company.* *Extra charges apply on the cost of the herbs prescribed
for 30 min
Tui Na itself is used for treatment of shoulder pain, back pain or for stress relief.
The treatment takes approximatively 30 minutes.
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