Acupuncture is a holistic, natural treatment for a range of disorders, it is one part of a system of primary health care, known as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
With its origins in ancient China it has a history of development dating back thousands of years. It is the world’s largest drug free therapy, offering natural treatments for many disorders.
Why Use Acupuncture?
As a natural form of healing, acupuncture has the following benefits:
- provides drug-free pain relief
- effectively treats a wide range of acute and chronic ailments
- treats the underlying cause of disease and illness as well as the symptoms
- provides an holistic approach to the treatment of disease and illness, treating the body, mind and spirit.
- assists in the prevention of disease and the maintenance of general well-being
Niamh Muldowney is a fully qualified Acupuncturist having trained at the Acupuncture Foundation at the Irish Institute of Chinese Medicine in Milltown, Dublin, Ireland. She studied under Professor Jin Huide, Dr. Wu Jidong and Dr. Meng Fanyi. She has also completed her post-graduate clinical placement in a Governmental Hospital of Nanjing under the tutelage of Dr. Gu Zhaojun, head of neurology, which results in her being a fully licensed practitioner.
She has also trained in Cosmetic acupuncture and Facial rejuvenation techniques developed by New York based Virginia Doran, Sarah Budd Debra Betts & Jani White, whom specialise in Obstetrics (pregnancy and women’s health care) and Julian Scott & Robin Greenwhom specialise in Paediatrics treatments especially for Enuresis and ADHD hyperactivity disorders.
Niamh is a registered member of The Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association (AFPA) and adheres to a strict code of ethics ensuring confidentiality at all times. Sterile disposable needles are used and strict standards of hygiene are maintained at all times.
To Book a session with Niamh during your stay at CityNorth Hotel please call 087 6307786 or 01 8020555.
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