A multi-layered approach is used in the clinic to get the best results.Treatments include: Acupuncture and Electro Acupuncture, Cupping therapy, Deep Tissue Massage/ Tui Na. A Specialization in Fertility treatments including IVF support, Moxibustion and Nutritional Therapy.
Acupuncture has become one of the most popular and well established forms of complementary medicine. The World Health Organisation recognises Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to be effective in treating a wide range of conditions, it is especially effective for pain relief.
Jacqueline Feeley Lic.Ac.TCM. Bsc (level) Ac.TCM. Qualifed teacher MBSR/MBCT
Jacqueline qualified to practise in 2005 with a Licentiate in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She then travelled to China to continue her studies at the Zhejiang Medical University in Hangzhou. While she was there she was awarded an Advanced Clinical Certificate in Chinese Medicine and also worked in placements at both the Red Cross Hospital and the Acupuncture and Tuina Hospital.
When she returned to Ireland she established a clinic in Athlone and have been in professional practise for the last twelve years. Five years ago she qualified with a B.Sc Degree (level) course in Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture at the College of Oriental Medicine.
In 2010 she also completed a one year teacher training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and teaches this both as an 8 week course or on a one to one basis. As well as this she also worked as a meditation teacher for many years teaching groups and assisting in running retreats.
What can Acupuncture treat?
Back pain, prolapsed discs, sports injuries, joint pain, arthritis and whiplash.
Stress, insomnia, nervous tension and fatigue.
Digestive disorders, IBS, nausea, constipation, diarrhoea, acid regurgitation and obesity.
Asthma, sinusitis, hayfever and low immune function.
Fertility, menstrual disorders, cystitis and morning sickness.
High blood pressure and palpitations.
Stop smoking and addictions.
How does it work?
Chinese Medicine recognises that our body’s physical health is intimately connected to the lifestyle we are living, as well as our psychological and emotional well-being.
When the Qi (our body’s essential life force) becomes blocked or depleted due to causes such as an injury, stress, emotional issues or our diet and lifestyle, then an imbalance develops. This can manifest as pain, fatigue, poor immune function, digestive problems and emotional disturbances including stress and depression.
Eventually if left un-treated, the imbalance will become more severe and illness ensues. Treatment aims to restore the body’s own natural in-built ability to heal itself, to remove the underlying causes of pain and disease and to restore a greater sense of relaxation and well-being to our life.