Curam Clinic

Skilled and compassionate acupuncture services



Silvia is currently pursuing a doctorate in Integrative Chinese Medicine and Herbalism in Austin, Texas. Her experience in Dublin, Ireland inspired her to pursue Chinese Herbalism and Acupuncture in the medical setting. Silvia is the founder of Cúram Acupuncture Dublin, and hopes to add an Austin location soon.

At Cúram clinic, the goal is to serve the community with patient-centered care to treat the body-mind holistically. Her practice embraces a wide range of modalities all tailored to each patient’s individual needs.

Silvia focuses on treating women’s health disorders, fertility, sports injuries, autoimmune disorders, gastrointestinal problems, facial rejuvenation, stress, anxiety, chronic and acute pain, and pediatrics. Silvia was classically trained in Chinese Medicine and Naturopathy, at the prestigious College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Her practice incorporates her knowledge of biomedicine with her expertise in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to help her patients heal and achieve complete wellness. Outside of the clinic, Silvia enjoys exploring traveling with her family.

“Your health journey does not have to be lonely, Cúram clinic is a place where you can find a practitioner with genuine interest about your health, and the drive to find the best clinical strategy and protocols to help you reach health goals”

what is it?

Acupuncture is widely practiced in eastern medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, as well as broader prevention and well-being therapies.

Acupuncture is a form of Chinese Medicine– Also known as Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM–which covers a spectrum of treatments, diagnostic capabilities, and patient interactions.


How exactly does Acupuncture work?

Acupuncture refers to the stimulation of specific points on the body, by insertion of very fine, sterile, stainless steel needles to elicit a predictable physiological response.

Applying pressure or needling to these points stimulates the nervous system to release certain chemicals in the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These chemicals either change the body’s experience of symptoms, especially pain, or trigger the release of additional hormones which influence the body’s internal regulating system.

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what does it feel like?

Acupuncture treatments are relaxing and restorative.

Typically, people describe receiving acupuncture as a relaxing and sleep-inducing experience. The needles used are as thin as hair, and most people feel a small pinch or nothing at all!

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