osgood schlatter and chronic shoulder pain: a couple testimonials

OSGOOD SCHLATTER SYNDROME & CHRONIC SHOULDER PAIN
A COUPLE OF TESTIMONIALS

Osgood Schlatter

Moyan Brenn from Anzio, Italy (Flicker via Wikimedia)

You know how you can tell if you are in a profession you were destined for?  You actually look forward to Monday mornings.  That’s right; I’m one of those crazy people who love what I do for a living, and will enjoy rolling out of bed tomorrow morning to go and treat patients.  Truth be known, there are not a whole lot of things I find more satisfying than helping people get out of pain, helping them get back to doing the things they enjoy doing, and frankly, helping them get their lives back.   And it’s always especially fun when I get unsolicited emails, like this one from Ben Akers of Licking, MO. 

Ben had been referred to me my a buddy of his (a buddy who would love for me to use his name, but due to HIPPA Laws shall remain anonymous) who referred him in to see me about a year ago for Chronic Low Back Pain and Sciatica.  Ben had been dealing with this problem for a long time, but no matter what he did, he could not find lasting relief (adjustments would help, but the results never lasted).   I quickly discovered that he had FIBROSIS (microscopic “SCAR TISSUE“) forming on his THORACOLUMBAR FASCIA.   One treatment was all it took took to solve the problem.   And after seeing him this past Wednesday for a MESSED UP SHOULDER, I received this email from him on Thursday. 

I just wanted to thank you so much for fixing my shoulder. I had a full night’s sleep for the first time in two months.  I can’t believe how well that tissue remodeling works, but it does.
Thanks again,
Ben

As many of you know, I see lots and lots of patients from ALL OVER THE U.S. — and even a few from the other side of the globe (HERE and HERE).  Kana only had to travel 6 hours to get here.  And like I suggest to those who are physically capable; while she, her mom, and a good friend were here, they made a VACATION OF IT

Kana is an elite gymnast with muscles on top of her muscles.  She had been suffering with bilateral OSGOOD SCHLATTER SYNDROME to the point that she could no longer practice, let alone compete.  Honestly, it was a simple fix.  In fact, to the best of my knowledge, we have never had one fail to get radically better, if not completely well.  After treating her one time a couple of wees ago, I received this email yesterday morning from Kana’s mother, Samyoung Gaither, of Manhattan, Kansas (home of my alma mater — Kansas State University).

Dr. Schierling,
Thank you for your thoughtfulness.  Kana is doing so well. She does not complain about her knee pain since she had soft tissue remodeling.  I am so glad we made the decision to go see you.  Thank you so much!
 

Honestly, it’s my pleasure.  Like I said, it’s what I do —- my life’s purpose.  And guess what?  Tomorrow is Monday!

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