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Drake Chiropractic

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Address
Ballawley Lodge
Sandyford Rd
Sandyford
Dublin 18

About

Dr Ros Drake qualified from the UK chiropractic college AECC in 2000 and has since built immense knowledge around her special interest of treating expectant mums. She is a regular contributor and part of the Irish Parent Magazine team and is part of the team Achieve Fertility where we help couples to achieving their dream of having a baby. Chiropractic is an invaluable and safe treatment to receive pre and post-natally and when trying to conceive. The main benefits are: reduced discomfort for mum during the massive bodily changes that occur, provide the optimum environment for continuing a viable pregnancy, decreases intra-uterine constraint thereby providing baby with the maximum room to grow and allows the body to prepare for as comfortable birth as possible by reducing skeletal and soft tissue constraints thereby aiding post natal recovery for both mum and baby. Every new patient who is expecting will be given a host of invaluable information sheets, contact details of like minded therapists and companies as well as a present when the new arrival is here. Dr Ros Drake can be contacted via email: ros@drakechiropractic.ie, website: www.drakechiropractic.ie, calling/texting: 0868512910, Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DrakeChiropractic

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