What is Acupuncture?
It’s the ancient art of Chinese medicine (Traditional Chinese Medical) which has been practiced for more than 3,000 years. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) system, the healthy body is balanced with Qi (vital energy) flowing freely throughout the body in specific channels and nourishing the organs.
Acupuncture is particularly effective in Pain Management, Anxiety, Stress & Panic Attacks, Depression, Cancer Care, Asthma, Bronchitis, Stroke, Headaches, Sinusitis, Gastrointestinal Disorders (Ulcers, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Irritable Bowel Syndrome), Gynaecological (Menopause, PMS, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Menstrual Cramps), Obstetric (Infertility, Pregnancy, Postnatal Care), Drug Abuse, Alcoholism, Smoking, Urinary and Sexual Problems. Further information on the conditions treated.
What my patients say
Malou from Malou Acupuncture Dublin has over 15 years of experience, both, in China and Ireland. She specialises in:
- Emotional conditions- Stress, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Insomnia
- Cancer Care
- Gynaecology – Infertility, Pregnancy, Inducing Labour, Breech Babies, Menstrual and Menopausal Problems
Diplomas & professional memberships:
- Acupuncture Diploma (Shanghai)
- Registered Member of Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association (A.F.P.A.)
- Herbalist Diploma (NanJing)
- Registered Member of Association of Chinese Herbalists in Ireland (A.C.H.I.)
From Malou Acupuncture Blog:
After your acupuncture treatment, it’s not uncommon to experience some side effects known in Chinese medicine as a detoxing reaction. They are signs that the treatment was effective, rather than being a symptom of something wrong. They come with the curative effect for patients indicating that the body itself is adjusting or correcting as a result of the treatment. It is temporary, not everyone has it, or it can happen only once.
Clinical observations found that the most common acupuncture side-effects (detoxing reactions) are…
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Malou Acupuncture Dublin – Central location in Dublin 2
Malou Acupuncture Dublin is a member of the AFPA and is fully insured.
The following health insurance providers cover treatments: VHI, BUPA/Quinn, AVIVA, Laya, and HSF.
Please check your individual policy details.