Are you a suffering from a sports injury? We are here to help!
The most common sports injuries are:
- Ankle sprains
- Achilles tendon tears
- Groin pull
- Hamstring strain
- Shin splints
- Knee injury: ACL tear
- Knee injury: Patellofemoral syndrome — injury resulting from the repetitive movement of your kneecap against your thigh bone
- Tennis elbow (epicondylitis)
We have had experience in treating all of the above injuries with a fantastic improvement rate. Please read on below to see how we can help.
Here at Advanced Healing Therapies we can help
Pain, inflammation and muscle spasms often result when muscles, ligaments or tendons are injured. The circulation in the injured areas is effected adversely. There is an accumulation of lactic acid and other waste products in the tissues. This slows the healing process.
The Acuscope and Myopulse simultaneously measure and balance the abnormal electrical resistance in injured tissue. The electrical conductance of the injured tissue is examined and compared to a preprogrammed parameters for healthy tissue. When electrical conductance is outside the normal, healthy range, the instruments change the wave form, frequency, intensity and polarity to restore the tissue integrity to promote healing.
When this energy is introduced into the cells, circulation, lymphatic drainage, waste product removal, cellular metabolism improve. The flow of other forms of biological energy similar to chi or vital force is accelerated. Acidic waste products are flushed from the tissues and the body’s healing powers are accentuated. This results in an accelerated healing response at the cellular level, leading to reduction of pain and improved function.
Since its success in treating injuries at the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles, the Acuscope and Myopulse have been used extensively to treat Olympic, collegiate and professional athletes, as well as thousands of patients in the arena of pain and rehabilitative medicine. Acuscope and Myopulse treatment is completely safe and may be the only treatment necessary for a relatively recent injury. In older conditions, additional procedures are usually helpful in achieving the best overall recovery.
Read the below testimonial
“I want to say a big thank you to Sue for helping me to run again. I trapped a nerve in my back 2 weeks before being due to run London Marathon. I had the conventional treatments of drug therapy and then osteotherapy for the first 8 weeks, but found I was no longer making progress. The 1st treatment with Sue had me off pain killers! A huge leap forward. 3 more treatments and I am running again. I ran 4 miles tonight with my partner for the 1st time in 3 months and I can’t describe how good that feels!! This treatment also helped my insomnia and an old pain in my knee. I cannot recommend this strongly enough.”
Emma – Coventry