Acupuncture Clinics Carlow County

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4.4 / 5  Excellent
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Siobhan Kehoe R.G.N, R.M  Acupuncturist Herbalist - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Siobhan Kehoe R.G.N, R.M Acupuncturist Herbalist

Sonas Health and Wellness Centre, 88 Main Street, First Floor, Bunclody, Y21C449
Rating from 30 Reviews Siobhan’s part in all this was invaluableDee, Ireland, 13 Dec 16

Siobhan comes highly recommended. Her vast knowledge of herbs & acupuncture and her knowledge and experience of fertility from both the conventional medicinal background and her Chinese medicinal training is evident in the immediate visible difference she made, right from the word go! Her professional but gentle manner is second to none. Don't wait around, make an appointment!! I'm certain it's the most positive change we made and that which made the difference. We have a little boy born in 2009. His conception wasn't easy, after 3 years of trying naturally we were referred from the gynae in Wexford to a fertility clinic in Dublin for investigation. We fell into the 20% - unexplained infertility category and were one step away from our first IVF consultation when I became pregnant, much to our relief. We were thrilled. Everything went to plan. After about 3 years we decided that we would try again. It wasn't to be. Once more we found ourselves referred to the gynae clinic. After some hormone assisted monthly cycles I was then booked in for a laparoscopy under general anesthetic to see if there was blockages or to see what the problem could be. In March 2015 the result of the laparoscopy was not what the consultant had expected. Having had no significant symptoms to complain of, we were so surprised to be given the news that I had Grade 4 Endometreosis, the worst grade. I always bled heavy, thought it was the norm - seems it wasn’t. I obviously had a high pain threshold. There was endometrial tissue on the outside of my womb, on both ovaries one of which was adhered to the back of my womb and also chocolate cysts within one ovary and a large endometrium, all of which would explain the lack of success in trying to conceive again. They removed what they could however it transpired that given the extent of the endometriosis and my age (38) our only option was IVF. We were gutted. We did an IVF cycle in November 2015, we got 4 embryos, 2 of which were implanted. I had hyper-stimulation after the stimulating hormones, but otherwise all went to plan, however the cycle wasn't successful, we had a negative pregnancy test at the clinic after the two week wait. It was heartbreaking but was always a risk, with nothing ever guaranteed despite how each stage seemed to go our way. We dusted ourselves off and we remembered we were lucky enough to have 2 embryos to freeze. When ready we would try again. After Christmas 2015 we decided that we would do a frozen cycle however I really wanted to have a fresh approach, I wanted to be in a better physical and mental place before we used our last chance. I needed to know I had given it everything. I had heard of Siobhán Kehoe, friends had been but for some reason I never went before despite our struggle to achieve pregnancy. I decided this was something I needed to do. I went for a consultation with Siobhan in January 2016 and I loved her approach. Right from the word go she seemed to know what I needed to do. Looking at my tongue she knew things about my personality and my body without asking much. She assured me that if I followed the dietary advice she gave, had regular acupuncture before each menstrual cycle and if I took the Chinese herbs that she prescribed, that the inflammation caused by the Endometreosis would improve, my womb lining would be cleared of any clotting and the result would be a perfect home for our embryos (also letting me know not to stop trying naturally though as a natural conception would not be an unrealistic possibility either given the changes that would occur). Siobhan said ideally she would like to work with me for at least 3 menstrual cycles before we began treatment for our frozen cycle. We were willing to wait. I was determined to make the necessary changes and felt that it was worth it to give it my very best shot. ImmediatelyI felt great, I made the changes she recommended and I saw the results - within 5 days in fact. My bleed was different, a huge change in colour, and clotting was nothing like it used to be. This encouraged me to continue with the changes. I went to Siobhan each month for the next 4 cycles sticking strictly to the diet, taking the herb concoction and various supplements that she recommended and changing doses as she advised along the way. In May we began the medicines in preparation for our frozen cycle. In mid June I had our embryos transferred and at the end of June 2016 we had the fantastic news that the blood result was a positive. We had conceived. I was pregnant. It felt amazing. I continued to go to Siobhan, when I became very sick between weeks 6-10 and then once monthly for maintenance ever-since. We are now almost 30 weeks pregnant and can't wait for the safe arrival of our newest family member in early 2017. Siobhan’s part in all this was invaluable. Without her personal approach, her expertise in acupuncture, her professional advice and her vast knowledge of herbs and supplements, I firmly believe we would not have gotten the result we so wanted and that we achieved. Dee Wexford

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Fertility Acupuncture  
4.3 / 5  Excellent
from 6 users
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Shen Acupuncture and Naturopathy Clinic - Carlow - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Shen Acupuncture and Naturopathy Clinic - Carlow

1 Tullow Street, Carlow, Carlow, R93 H7VO
At Shen we are a group of highy skilled and experienced acupuncturists with a real love of acupuncture and the benefits this ancient therapy brings to our patients. You can expect the highest level of care, support and attention at our clinics. We love what we do and this shows in the results we achieve for our clients. Our goal is to accomplish the best possible outcome for your health and wellbeing. We use a combination of acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, dietary and lifestyle advice. We treat women’s health conditions including gynaecological issues, fertility issues (male and female), pregnancy support, stress, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, all types of pain including sciatica, headaches, migraines and lots more! Your therapist at the Carlow clinic is Bernie Fogarty. She is a qualified Acupuncturist and Naturopath with over two decades experience working as a natural health practitioner. She is a friendly, compassionate and intuitive therapist who loves working with people and helping them on their path to better health and wellbeing. Infertility, Pregnancy Care, Obstetrics and Gynaecology in TCM, Cosmetic Acupuncture, Facial Rejuvenation and Sports massage and Paediatrics. Acupuncture treatments are recognised by Quinn Healthcare, VHI Healthcare, Vivas Health and HSF Health plan. Shen   Shen Acupuncture Clinics You can expect the highest level of care, support and attention at our clinics. We love what we do and this shows in the res
Acupuncturist Consultation from €15
Acupuncture Cosmetic Acupunture Naturopathy
Fertility Acupuncture up to €55
Natural treatments for infertility and pregnancy
Acupuncture Treatment up to €55
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4.0 / 5  Very Good
from 17 users
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Rachels Acupuncutre and Reiki Clinic - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Rachel's Acupuncutre and Reiki Clinic

Everton Lodge, Olderrig, Carlow
Rachel's Acupuncutre and Reiki Clinic is a Acupuncturist in Carlow Town. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form.
Acupuncturist Consultation €30 - €60
Offering acupuncture, reiki, chinese cupping, moxabustion, indian head massage, ear candeling, face and ear massage, moxabustion,
Fertility Acupuncture €10 - €50
A lengthy consultation before any treatment will decide the best course of treatment and the cost of that treatment.
Acupressure €30 - €65
This is charges per time required €30 per half hour
4.4 / 5  Excellent
from 3 users
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Moyleabbey Balancing Clinic - Carlow - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Moyleabbey Balancing Clinic - Carlow

Senior Citizens Center, Dublin Road, Carlow
Moyleabbey Balancing Clinic - Carlow is a Acupuncturist in Carlow town. To contact them for additional information simply fill out the contact form.
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4.5 / 5  Excellent
from 10 users
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Geraldine Rudkins - Acupuncture Clinic in Ireland

Geraldine Rudkins

Riverview, Killerig, Carlow
Geraldine Rudkins Lic.Ac.Dip.Ac is a fully qualified acupuncture practitioner who trained with the Acupuncture Foundation of Ireland and then undertook additional clinical training at the International School of Chinese Medicine in Nanjing, China. She has taken additional Training in Pregnancy Acupuncture and Fertility. Specialist - Acupuncture for Infertility/Gynaecology. Acupuncture offers women the choice of drug free treatment and can be successfully used for the treatment of a wide range of conditions: Miscarriage, Nausea and vomiting, Heartburn, Constipation, Varicose Veins, Anxiety and Depression, Itching in Pregnancy, Sinusitis, Oedema, Induction, and Pre-Birth Treatment to prepare the body for efficient labour. Treatments are approved Healthcare Companies.
Acupuncturist Consultation  
Fertility Acupuncture  
In a review published in the December issue of the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine, women receiving Chinese herbal medicine treatments were twice as likely to get pregnant within a four-month period than those receiving conventional Western medical fertility drug treatment or IVF. The findings also suggested that the quality of the menstrual cycle - a key component in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) diagnosis -- appears to be crucial to the successful treatment of female infertility. Infertility is generally defined as an inability to conceive after a year or more of regular sexual activity without using conraceptives. 
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3.8 / 5  Very Good
from 24 users
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Tullow Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland
This physiotherapy practice in Tullow, Ireland is the practice of highly qualified and chartered physiotherapist, Bernie O’Connor. Physiotherapy treatments for back pain, neck pain, acute and non acute sports injuries, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, incontinence, women’s health, muscle tears, ligament sprains, fractures, arthritic pain and work related problems are performed at the clinic. Acupuncture is used to treat musculoskeletal pain, joint and arthritis problems, headaches, stress and fatigue. Exercise prescriptions are also provided for patients at the clinic.
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3.4 / 5  Good
from 13 users
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Physio Carlow - Physiotherapy Clinic in Ireland

Physio Carlow

Askea, Carlow, Carlow
Rating from 4 Reviews Pleasant and friendlyEsther, Ireland, 21 Aug 13

He worked on my spine, the nerve was giving me trouble My treatment went very well. I was back to myself in a couple of weeks. He stars early which is brilliant and he was a very pleasant and friendly man which made me very relaxed when I first met him.

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Dry Needling  
Dry needling is the insertion of sterile single use acupuncture needles directly into myofascial (muscular) trigger points.  Trigger points are tight, tender knots within the muscle which cause and contribute to pain within the body.  Research studies have shown that inserting such needles into trigger points causes favourable biochemical changes within the body, which help reduce pain. Although dry needling uses the same needles as acupuncture, it is not the same technique.  Dry needling is strictly based upon Western medicine principles of treating myofascial trigger points, which are different to traditional acupuncture points. Dry needling can be used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal problems as the treatment of muscles with this technique can reduce pain mechanisms and break down pain cycles. It is best used in combination with the specific rehabilitation programme as prescribed by your physiotherapist.

Jason Walsh Acupuncture & Naturopathy - Carlow

View Phone Number Carlow, Carlow, Ireland
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Real Alternatives (Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Intuitive Coaching & The Journey

View Phone Number Whispering Hope, Red Bog, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
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Carlow Clinic of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine

View Phone Number 36 Dublin st, Carlow, Carlow, Ireland
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