About Dheai

My name is Dheai Ilsaaid,

I am from the East, I am a General Oriental Practitioner.

I studied in the East and in Ireland, I have the following qualifications:

Diploma in Anatomy and Physiology
Diploma in Oriental Medicine
Diploma in Sports Injuries & Physical Exercise
Certificate in Western Clinical Medicine
Instructor in Kundalini Yoga
NLP Practitioner
Reiki Master

I run a very busy practice in Waterford City because I look at things in a different way and treat them from an Oriental point of view which is completely different.

In Eastern practices, a diagnosis is made based on three main factors:

1. Structural:
Posture and the shape of the spine (the spine is d the body’s scaffolding).

2. Lung capacity:
The maximum amount of air a person can expel from the lungs after a maximum inhalation. (Breathing should be done naturally through the nose long/slowly and out through the nose a little faster to expel the carbon dioxide).

3. Emotional State:
When a person is emotionally imbalanced the bodily structure and function are affected. This then manifests in different body symptoms.

Example: Fear and panic manifests in the kidney’s – When a person is going for an interview or an exam the fear and panic causes the person to urinate more frequently than normal, sometimes causing kidney infection and/or dehydration. In conventional medicine an X-ray will not show fear or panic.

In the East-West Clinic, a diagnosis is made by checking the client’s tongue and pulse. When the diagnosis is complete the client, in most cases, will not have to tell any medical history and is amazed by what has been identified. I treat the root cause of the ailments/conditions with acupuncture, breathing and physical exercises.

The difference is that no matter what complaint women come to the clinic with their period needs to be treated too. This plays a major role in their health in general including resolving the complaint they are presenting themselves to the clinic with. That explains why it is much easier from an oriental perspective to treat a woman than treating a man regarding any medical condition. E.g. considering a 22 year old man who has epilepsy and a 22 year old woman, it is much easier to treat the woman for the condition as she can be treated through the process of her period and ovulation, this applies to any medical condition.