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Simon Coghlan
I specialise in integrating Medical Acupuncture into Physiotherapy treatment bringing effective pain relief and improved physical functioning to the local community.
I specialise in integrating Medical Acupuncture into Physiotherapy treatment bringing effective pain relief and improved physical functioning to the local community.
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BMAS foundation course in medical acupuncture @mmphysiotherapy - electro acupuncture at work!
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BMAS medical acupuncture course day 2, starting with an interesting discussion lead by Dr. Mike Cummings on acupuncture for migraine and interpretation of the studies - it works, as well as drug prophylaxis possibly better (Linde, 2009)
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At what level of intensity should we be exercising?
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I have already discussed how Acupuncture may be of benefit for those women suffering from low back and pelvic pain, as well as discussing aspects relating to safety in a previous post. In quick summary, its safe, its effective, we should be using it more to help those suffering in this way.

But what of the other applications?
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"In my private practice clients generally expect to be treated gently and specifically. Clients come to our clinic to be made comfortable not made to feel more pain.

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" Give Physical Education a standing in schools that is comparable to maths and science in order to tackle the obesity problem."
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Exercise is our magic pill for improved health...
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Acupuncture - Dose and Relationships, What Matters?

"What does interest me is that despite receiving what may be considered high dose treatment according to the STRICTA guidelines, the cohort of patients from China did not seem to react negatively to acupuncture as a whole, in fact quite the opposite..."
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