Robert had a history of back problems. We get a peek at his medical record and see that they had identified; a prolapsed disc to his L4/5; has spinal bulges to his L2/3; and has a radial tear.
Paul was diagnosed with a prolapsed disc some 5 years ago. For the past 8 weeks, he has been reduced to walking with a crutch or hobbling around the furniture.
Paul received about 8 treatments in total, but the results speak for themselves and it’s always great when a patient tells you they are pain free again.
Rachel had been suffering with a painful knee, Sciatic pain in her lower back and also diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Rachel had already discovered that she could ‘cure’ herself of the Carpal Tunnel symptoms by changing the position in which she slept, which in itself is an indication of a possible misdiagnosis.
It’s not unusual for patients to present with Back Pain that is a result of injuries from earlier in our lives. Harry’s condition is a prime example of this, which is why it’s always so important that your practitioner can recognise signs of earlier trauma and ask the right questions.
Matty has suffered problems throughout his sporting career as a semi professional Football Player. As well as postural issues, Matty has a recurring Hamstring problem.
Bad posture and general misalignment can be an underlying cause and have a referral effect, triggering other conditions.
Dan has been suffering from Whiplash Injuries for more than 9 years.
His first Whiplash Injury was as a result of a car accident and the second, 4 years later, was a bad landing whilst trampolining. Unfortunately, we are all vulnerable to Whiplash when going about our everyday lives. Accidents happen, but it’s what we do to recover from these incidents that paves the way for the future of our physical health.
We all need a bit of down time occasionally. A few days where we can recharge our batteries and look forward to glorious weather and spectacular sunsets. I was fortunate enough to visit Bali this year, but there really is no rest for the ‘Wicked’ . I’m also liking that wicked is no longer something bad, but something cool and perhaps even a little amazing!
Whilst in Bali, I met Peter. He’d been suffering with two trapped nerves and was in significant pain. Trapped Nerves can be excruciating and debilitating so I needed to help him. Here’s a video of me working with Peter in Bali and it was great to see a smile on his face afterwards.
Teddy was breached and so his mum Lisa made the decision to have a C-section. After Teddy was born, the doctors noted that his hips were out of alignment and would need further examination.
Mark suffered an injury whilst playing football. A seemingly innocent tackle that left him with severe lower back pain and a whiplash injury.
Kirk has suffered with Tinnitus, Sciatica, Severe Back Pain, also in his neck and jaw.
All these issues are referrals from subluxations in the vertebrae. In the video above, we see Kirk about to undergo his second treatment and telling us how well his body responded to the first treatment and the differences he has noticed already.