Brian Harrison is a Chartered Physiotherapist with a Master of Science Degree in Sports Medicine and a BSC (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy.
He has been practicing for over 11 years and during his career he has lectured on the MSC Sports Medicine Course at Nottingham University, lectured at international conferences, worked at Aston Villa Football Club, the Droitwich Knee Clinic and the NHS.
He currently operates a friendly, successful private practice in Ludlow and guest lectures at Nottingham University.
SAY GOODBYE TO YOUR PAIN WITH SHOCKWAVE THERAPY
• Fast instant pain relief
• Mobility restoration
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Cutting edge technology that delivers pain relief safely, efficiently and rapidly.
Shockwave uses mechanical pressure pulses that expand as a wave within the human body. Promotes better healing by producing microtrauma and neovascularization (new blood flow) into the affected area. Compared to conventional treatments, this innovative and relatively new therapy has been proven to shorten treatment periods and bring significantly better long-term results.
It is particularly useful for overcoming occupational and sports injuries, where it has a soft tissue healing and regenerative effect. Clinically proven for most musculoskeletal disorders including:
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Heel spurs
• Achilles Tendinopathy
• Patellar Tendinopathy
• Tennis elbow
• Golfers elbow
• Shoulder tendinopathy and calcification
• Frozen shoulder
• Back pain
• Neck pain
• Cellulite reduction
• And many others
Whatever your problem, our revolutionary Shockwave treatment will almost certainly provide an effective and lasting solution.
Brian is an experienced and dedicated physiotherapist and is on hand to deliver the complete Shockwave treatment, from initial diagnosis through the physiotherapy itself, to helping patients manage their own rehabilitation, after treatment.
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