Treating Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) successfully

I recently helped a client who was experiencing terrible headaches lasting for days as well as pins and needles in her left arm. Her husband had to drive her to my clinic; she was in agony when she came to see me. This lady is a line worker on 12 hour shifts with 4 days on, 4 days off. She regularly had to perform the same actions with her arms over and over again. Her neck movement was very restricted and this led to the discomfort in the arm and unpleasant headaches.

Her GP had checked for any heart issues and all seemed fine in that department. The GP prescribed Amitriptyline, but my client had not yet started taking the tablets. She was hoping for some natural pain relief with one of my rather unusual techniques.

After an initial consultation and a postural assessment, we decided to start working on the connective tissue of her arms with a technique called Rossiter System Workout. I see this time and time again – people with neck or shoulder problems carry a lot of tension in their forearms and they don’t even realise it!

Once we release the arm, the neck can move considerably better, and in this particular case, my client no longer had the headache after just two stretching exercises. We carried on releasing the upper arms, chest and neck.

She left feeling younger, straighter and with a lot more movement in her neck after just one session! She no longer had the symptoms in her head or arm and her smile beamed from ear-to-ear.

I see these symptoms frequently even if you only spend a couple of hours a day on the computer or driving longer hours. Personal assistants, hairdressers and dentists seem to find great relief in the Rossiter System Workouts too. Treating the relevant connective tissue will quickly deal with those nagging aches and pains that have been holding you back for weeks, months or even years!

What have you got to lose? If you suffer from any repetitive strain injury, why not try a Rossiter System Workout now? Book here or call me before 30 October 2015 and get £5 off your first assessment when you mention this article!