Keep a healthy spine and nervous system Posted: 12:40 pm November 18, 2016 SHARE emailLinkedinTwitterFacebookPinterest Dr. Aram Proudman LETTERKENNY Chiropractic Clinic has been providing Chiropractic healing and helping the people of Donegal to reach their health goals for almost 30 years. It was established first on Main Street and moved to new premises with state of the art X-ray facilities about 15 years ago. It is one of the longest established Chiropractic centres in Ireland. Kevin Proudman who came to Ireland from Australia in 1975 started the clinic in 1988, is passing the baton on to his oldest son Dr. Aram Proudman. Aram trained at the Life West University in San Francisco, one of the best Chiropractic schools in the world and is now settling in Letterkenny with his wife Tina and their 18 week old son to serve the Donegal community. Chiropractic is well established as a healing art and is probably best known for helping spinal problems related to sports injuries, back pain, headaches and many more issues, but the real benefits relate to the fact that chiropractic helps free the nervous system by removing interference caused by spinal interference. This can affect problems not usually associated with the back because every nerve in the body has to pass through the spine as it carries information to the brain and instructions from the brain to every cell tissue and organ in the body. By examining the spine (sometimes using X-ray) the Doctor of Chiropractic is able to find and remove this interference. Aram’s 6 years of training in the US gives him a unique expertise in finding and correcting these spinal problems and so removing interference. Your health depends on a healthy spine and nervous system. Call Corina at the Letterkenny clinic to make an appointment on 074 9125207. SPONSORED CONTENT BY: LETTERKENNY CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Posted: 12:40 pm November 18, 2016 SHARE emailLinkedinTwitterFacebookPinterest ‘Emerging crisis’ among young in Letterkenny – doctor Letterkenny based GP Dr James McDaid said that an ‘awful’ lot of people across Donegal were using benzodiazepines.