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In Health Chiropractic moves to new Cavan address

Spine-225x300The In Health Chiropractic clinic is moving to The Elm House, Elm Bank, Cavan from May 3rd next.

The new clinic will be on the ground floor of the building which also houses Citizens Advice and MABS.

In Health Chiropractic treats a whole range of conditions from back and neck pain to headaches, shoulder and hip problems and numbness in arms of legs.

Yoga and acupressure good for irregular heartbeat

Yoga and Acupressure could play an important role in reducing blood pressure and heart rates in patients with irregular heartbeat a major medical heart conference in Glasgow has been told.

The European Society of Cardiology’s EuroHeart Care conference also heard that more than 50pc of patients attending a heart clinic were using some form of complementary or alternative therapy.

Chronic sufferers turn to CAM

Alternative treatments are almost as common as pharmaceutical treatments for arthritis and osteoporosis in Australia, a new study shows.

Four in 10 sufferers of these chronic conditions use alternative medicines either on their own or with prescribed medication.