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A graduate of UCC, Fiona holds an honours degree in Biomedical Sciences and a PhD in Pharmacology. Following several years of postdoctoral research in the area of cardiovascular medicine she altered her career path and undertook a four-year licentiate course in Chinese Medicine, studying in the prestigious College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) in the UK. Since qualifying in 2004 she has continued to study various aspects of Chinese Medicine as well as other styles of acupuncture.
Fiona sat on the subcommittee for Herbal Medicines with HPRA (Health Products Regulatory Authority), formally IMB, for over 3 years and is employed by CICM as an examiner for their Conventional Medical Sciences module. She currently runs two very busy clinics, Comhar Acupuncture & Wellbeing, in her hometown of Cork and has her own podcast, The Wholehearted Health Coach.
Fiona has a special interest in treating fertility issues and women’s health conditions.
“I am all about people taking control of their own health. Implementing even small changes can result in profound effects. Given today’s busy lifestyle, and the fact that much of our food now is less nutritionally dense than before, many people are deficient in some essential micro-nutrients. Therefore, I find myself regularly recommending supplements to address these deficiencies.
Revive Active are the supplements I recommend most. Not only are the products amazing but they’re also Irish, and I’m passionate about supporting Irish businesses. The supplements contain all the key ingredients in one, easy to take, sachet. This increases absorption in the body and is great for those that find tablets or capsules difficult to take. I also love the range of products, which are targeted at different age groups and for different issues. I probably recommend their flagship product – Revive Active - the most as it is definitely one of the best ‘umbrella’ supplements out there - supporting heart health, cognitive performance, fertility and overall health and wellbeing”.