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AcuRodos - Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Blanchardstown, Dublin

AcuRodos - Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine logo

AcuRodos - Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

Blanchardstown, Dublin



We provide Acupuncture and Chinese Therapeutic Massage in the comfort of your home. We bring all the necessary equipment to provide the most professional service. Qualified and skilled registered acupuncturists at your disposal.

This service is suitable for you if:


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Irit Benyamin

23 June 2019

Highly recommended! A person that really listens to you and desires to help.

Thank you Jose Rodos! ‍?


Luciano Gabriele

6 March 2019

Very professional acupuncturist. He came in to my place a complimentary visit and everything was perfect. Jose took the time to talk about my biggest concerns and targeted those areas- I noticed a huge difference after one session only, and felt relaxed by the end of the treatment. Thank you, Jose. Highly recommended. More...


Irit Benyamin

13 February 2019

After two days of pain and inability to walk, treating me with electro acupuncture seems to have helped me walk again. Thank you!


Daniel Smith

26 January 2019

I was having a number of problems with my left leg that had become quite painful and affecting how I could walk. After speaking with Jose, he was confident that acupuncture could help get rid of the pain. As I didn’t know too much about acupuncture I was skeptical at first but after two acupuncture sessions, I’m pleased to say my leg has noticeably improved. I would recommend Jose for anyone suffering from pain on discomfort in their body. More...


Irit Benyamin

20 February 2018

Highly recommended! A person that really listens to you and desires to help.


Francisco Guzman Lopez

15 December 2017

He quedado muy contento con su tratamiento, cuando vino a España, gran profesional y de trato exquisito, muchas gracias.

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I love to see how people gets better from their condition using natural ways of healing.

Sometimes patients are in pain and find getting in and out of a car or public transportation to be too painful. Other patients have chronic illnesses that keep them house-bound because of mobility issues, fatigue, or discomfort. Still other patients are simply unable to find the time to travel to a clinic after business hours because it’s usually closed. That’s the main reason we are here :-).

I'm a full qualified acupuncturist. Registered Practitioner AFPA.

I work in a one-to-one relationship with the client in a confidential and safe setting, working to develop the client's own self-awareness and by doing so assist each individual in finding their own way forward through their difficulties. As a therapist I am guided by the needs and concerns of the person attending for therapy.



This technique consists on the insertion of very fine, sterile and single-use needles placed in specific acupuncture points to assist in re-balancing organ and bio-mechanical disharmonies. There are a total of 367 acupuncture points within the body, with proven effects on a large range of conditions. The insertion of the needle is painless. A Chinese Acupuncture consultation includes physical examination, diagnosis and treatment planning.

Acupuncture needles are inserted and then small alligator clips are placed on the needles. The small electric current operated machine is then turned on and micro-current stimulates the acupuncture point. The electric current is passed between pairs of acupuncture needles and reduces inflammation and releases endorphins. It is considered to be especially useful for chronic pain syndromes or less sensitive body areas. This is similar to the TENS unit that physical therapists use.

This technique involves inserting needles into specific points on the ear. Stimulating these points is thought to promote healing in other areas of the body. If these points often require to be stimulated, small black seeds from the Vaccaria plant are secured on the ear with a piece of adhesive tape over specific acupuncture points. The seeds (also known as ear seeds, beads or pellets) stimulate the point by exerting mild pressure. The seeds can be left on for up to 5 days, even with showering, sleeping, swimming etc. They may fall off sooner, depending on where they've been placed. After 5 days of wear, remove seeds and allow the skin to rejuvenate for 24 hours before replacement. This technique has been proven to be an efficient method of treating a wide variety of conditions, from headaches and allergies to addictions (e.g smoking, alcohol or drugs), weight loss and pain disorders.

This is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy which consists of burning dried mugwort on particular points on the body. The mugwort is a dried herb that is packed tightly into a compacted roll that looks like a large cigar called Moxa. It is burned on or very near the surface of the skin. It is used to warm acupuncture points and accelerates the healing process.