Allergies

Could it be an Allergy?

This is a common question. A great variety of symptoms are caused when your immune system reacts to something harmless in your environment.
Find out how you can identify your particular allergies, and more importantly, what you can do to reduce or even eliminate symptoms.

Fatigue

Feeling Tired all the Time?

Don’t despair, you are not alone: 25% of men and 35% of women are in the same boat. The good news is that you can regain energy!
Have your fatigue assessed to find out what is causing your problem, and what steps you can take to restore your health.

Weight Loss

Carrying too much weight?

That extra weight is depressing you! It is also putting you at risk of all sorts of health problems.
Heart disease, stroke and cancers are all more common in the overweight.
But you know that already. Are you ready to do something about it?

Welcome from Joe FitzGibbon

Dr. Joe FitzGibbon is a medical doctor with specialist interests in allergy, fatigue, and nutrition. He runs two clinics; one in Galway (on Monday, Wednesday & Friday), the other in Dublin (on Tuesday & Thursday), Ireland. He is the author of three books:

  • Feeling Tired all the Time
  • Could it be an Allergy?
  • Weight Loss for Health Gain
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Galway Clinic

Suite 31, Galway Clinic, Doughiska,
Galway, Ireland.
Clinics on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

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Dublin Clinic

Suite 21, Hermitage Medical Clinic,
Old Lucan Road, Dublin 20.
Clinics on Tuesday & Thursday.

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Advice

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