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Cure for Back Pain in Leeds

Discussion in 'Leeds Classified Ads' started by Leeds-Massage.com, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. Leeds-Massage.com

    Leeds-Massage.com New Member

    Hello members,

    My name is James Tyrell-Nestor and I am Managing Director of Leeds Massage Ltd and a Sports Therapist. I personally treat World Champion level athletes, the current European Heavy Weight Champion Thai Boxer in addition to Professional Footballers and many people of all backgrounds with back pain and more.

    I joined this forum because I find it fascinating how many clients we see who have suffered with all types of back pain and sports injuries for years (up to 10 years in some cases) and we get rid of their pain in less than 4 treatments most of the time.

    These clients have ben through the GP route, through the Physio route, Chiropractors and more - with little or no success. I am extremely passionate about treating and healing fast and really wish there was a way to spread the word about the direct, hands on results of Sports Therapy.

    I have a 100% success rate in the treatment of back pain and sports injuries, even where other professionals have failed and so do my therapists at Leeds Massage Ltd. I wondered how many people on here have tried Sports Therapy (obviously the quality of the therapist is essential) and what your thoughts are?

    Also I would be happy to answer any questions and to be more involved in this community as I feel most sufferers don't realise where they can go for help.

    I also feel most people naturally go to their GP and because Sports Therapy isn't yet a recognised profession, the GP can't refer them. However many Physios I know are now retraining in this field as we really do become soft tissue injury specialists (which is what most issues are) so there is alot to be said for Sports Therapy however there is just a lack of awareness currently.

    I look forward to chatting more.

    Thank you for Reading.

    James Tyrell-Nestor
    Leeds Massage Ltd
     
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  3. medusa

    medusa Gorgon

    I'd be very interested in how you can claim to 'cure' back pain when back pain comes from so many different sources in real life.

    I agree that for many people the source of pain is soft tissue inflammation, but for some it really has nothing to do with that. For those who have an untreatable illness or injury then I believe that claiming to be able to 'cure' back pain is really disingenuous.

    I've got 7 extra bones attached to my spine, one of which twists one of the vertebrae and articulates with the ilius on one side. This has resulted in the discs above and below the site becoming degraded and is topped off nicely with a secondary surgical thoracic scoliosis for which there is no treatment and which makes the whole spinal column less competent.

    No amount of massage is going to 'cure' the problems that my back has.

    If you're going to make claims please qualify them. To claim to be able to 'cure' back pain sounds very much like snake oil to anyone who suffers with a serious spinal issue rather than a soft tissue twinge.
     
  4. dervish99

    dervish99 A Mod not a Rocker

    Perhaps his 100% success rate is due to the fact that he picks and chooses his clients?
     
  5. Leeds-Massage.com

    Leeds-Massage.com New Member

    Thank you for your reply, I didnt realise only argumentative people replied on these things.
    Obviously I didnt say anyone with "7 extra bones attached to my spine, one of which twists one of the vertebrae and articulates with the ilius on one side. This has resulted in the discs above and below the site becoming degraded and is topped off nicely with a secondary surgical thoracic scoliosis"

    If you stopped "looking" for an argument and took in what i read - I did infact say soft tissue injury. And by injury i dont mean twinge. I mean injury, where they can no longer walk without a limp, they have nerve pain or sciatica constantly, they have migraines constantly causing lack of sleep and depression, where the injury has had them out of work for over ten years.. I have a 100% record in the treatment of these injuries.

    And to Dervish99 who likes to resort to name calling, very mature when we are talking about a serious subject, i do pick my clients. I only take clients on who are not seeing another therapist at the same time. And also I only see clients who will do the execises or stretching i need them to do in between sessions. Those are my only restrictions.

    Please both take some time out from just arguing for the sake of it and look at our testimonials. One of my clients this week is even flying a friend in from Kuwait for 2 weeks of treatment because of the results she has had in just two sessions.

    And finally we dont just do "massage" as you put it. Again a non-researched assumption.

    I and my team do some really excellent work, and we are very passionate about what we do, and although you both seem to think we are the enemy here with your misinformed attacks, we are actually on your side.
     
  6. dervish99

    dervish99 A Mod not a Rocker

    Don't remember calling anyone names:huh::confused::shakehead:
     
  7. KooK

    KooK New Member

    did you moderate your own post after you resorted to name calling ;)
     
  8. dervish99

    dervish99 A Mod not a Rocker

    not able to moderate any posts yet:biggrin:
     
  9. wiseguy

    wiseguy Registered User

    interesting
    my wifes got a compacted spine
    is there anything that can be done without the discs being basically being frozen
    to which she has refused
     
  10. whisper28

    whisper28 New Member

    You know...I'm pregnant for five months...working sometime eight to 10 hours on my desktop. Being setting down most of the time...I cannot deny I'm having pain on my lower part of my back.

    So what I did,:hey: I have to rest in bed for 4 to 6hours to let the erase the pain. But I need your opinion regarding this...my spinal and my buttocks still having pain after the day.:icon_smile:
     
  11. wiseguy

    wiseguy Registered User

    i cant see the 8 to 10 hrs sat at a desk good for anyone never mind a pregnant lady
    cant you erm walk around for 20 mins every hr or so
    my wife worked up to being 8mths but she was never sat in an upright position like you are doing whisper love
     
  12. Leeds-Massage.com

    Leeds-Massage.com New Member

    Hi Whisper28.

    Thank you for your question. This is why I joined this site. With regards to pregnancy...

    When you grow, your abdominal wall is stretched and weakened as you may well know. This weakening is what then leads to the eventual back pain and I'll explain how in Laymans terms for you.

    Where your spine runs down your back and joins your pelvis, that joint is where your centre of gravity is. So whatever movements you make in life, your CORE (abs included) are used as stabilising muscles, to help you keep your balance and to give this joint just the right amount of movement and support.

    Now that your abdominal wall has become weakened, this stabilising affect has to come from somewhere else. You have a "Glutes" (Bum cheeks) and a muscle underneath your Glutes called the piriformis. These muscles end up doing alot more stabilising and end becoming tighter and tighter. What then happens is they get so tight that they pull down on the back of the pelvis (which is where they join at different points) and your pelvis becomes tilted backwards. Now you might have experienced a numb ache in your buttocks and maybe some pain down your legs that feels lke nerve pain - which is when the piriformis muscle pinches your sciatic nerve. This will confirm the issue for you.

    The whole result of this is that the muscles just above your now tilted pelvis, are overstretched, and no amount of stretching or back massage will help. Only releasing the piriformis muscle through a few different techniques will help as will as releasing the fascia around the lower back.

    Hope this helps, and hope the symptoms ring true.
     
  13. halliclone

    halliclone New Member

    I think you handled that very well James. Welcome to the forum by the way.:icon_smile:
     
  14. Leeds-Massage.com

    Leeds-Massage.com New Member

    Thank you Halliclone. Its a pleasure to be here. :icon_lol:
     
  15. wiseguy

    wiseguy Registered User

    how come i didnt get a reply james boo hoo:eek::frown::icon_redface:
     
  16. Leeds-Massage.com

    Leeds-Massage.com New Member

    Hi Wiseguy, sorry I missed that.

    Its hard to say what can be done without an assessment especially if it has been diagnosed as a compacted spine. Sometimes they are right, sometimes wrong but its hard to say without seeing. :icon_sad:
     

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