sacroiliac joint dysfunction treatment attracts visitors from Europe

Sacroiliac joint pain sufferers who have a sacroiliac joint dysfunction, hyper mobile sacroiliac joint or unstable sacroiliac joint problems are visiting the sacroiliac joint expert at Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Solihull, West Midlands UK

The website www.sacroiliacjointpain.co.uk is attracting interest from America, Canada and Europe and a recent booking from Denmark flies in for treatment next week.

In the UK we have visitors from Scotland, Newcastle, Yorkshire, Wales, Norwich and Exeter which proves that we are considered specialists in a problem that other practitioners seem to struggle with.  Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Orthopaedic Consultants all have their own way of treating sacroiliac joint pain however many of our visitors have exhausted these options, been through the pain management clinic injections , denervation, surgery and medication without success.

Why are we different?  Its because we were not taught how to use our current treatment methods –  We invented it!!!

Osteopath and Physiotherapist John Williams discovered this amazing successful answer to sacroiliac joint pain by experimenting on himself over a 2 year period and discovering a sacroiliac joint treatment that works. John was a sufferer of sacroiliac joint pain and also treated sacroiliac joint problems daily in his clinics in Solihull and Tamworth Staffordshire.

Initially sacroiliac joint specialist John, just focussed on local customers who needed his help but more recently it appears this is a global problem.  The website will be further developed to help people who are desperate to get a solution to sticking sacroiliac joints or sacroiliac joint pain.

Appointments can be booked by telephoning 01827 59943

Nuneaton Sacroiliac Joint Pain Specialist launches new website

Nuneaton sacroiliac joint specialist John Williams has designed a new treatment for sacroiliac joint pain that really works. 

Sacroiliac joint pain as a diagnosis of one sided low back pain has become more popular over the last few years.  Chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists are now finding more and more sacroiliac joint dysfunction, sacroiliac joint instability and sacroiliac pain as a result.

The condition will not be found via MRI or CT Scan imaging so diagnosis of this common condition is generally not forthcoming from orthopaedic consultants and GP’s.

The Chiropractors and Osteopaths tend to consider a misalignment, rotated ilia of malfunctioning structure as the cause of pain and often want to manipulate the joint.

At Atlas Pain Relief Centre, the sacroiliac joint specialists, we see very little malfunctioning sacroiliac joints, however we probably successfully treat 4 cases of sacroiliitis daily at our clinics.  This has been the case for the last 15 years!

Our sacroiliac joint treatment was not taught to us, it was invented and designed by us and works quickly and effectively in 99% of sacroiliac joint pain.

We have just launched a new website www.sacroiliacjointpain.co.uk  and have clinics in Solihull, Tamworth and Atherstone. 

Telephone 01827 59943 for an appointment