Tamworth Osteopath hosts Complementary Healthcare business workshop

November 11th, 2011

Tamworth Osteopath John Williams who has other clinics in Atherstone and Birmingham has secure the services of James Butler to run a business development workshop in Tamworth.  James is the industry leader in complementary healthcare business development and is director of “Painless Practice”

The programme is being staged in Tamworth town centre on Wednesday 21 December from 9.30am to 1pm followed by a buffet lunch which is provided.

Anyone wishing to join the workshop can contact John Williams at the Atlas Pain Relief Centre on 01827 59943  or visit the website  www.atlaspainrelief.co.uk

The course is a CPD event and will cost £60 per candidate

Suitable for complementary therapists, osteopaths, physiotherapists, acupuncturists, podiatrists, chiropodists, sports therapists and sports massage therapists this workshop will show you how to grow your business and increase your client base.

Looking for a Lichfield Osteopath? – Try Atlas Osteopaths for back pain

April 18th, 2011

If you live in Lichfield and need a Lichfield Osteopath you may search the internet and find Atlas Osteopaths from Tamworth Staffordshire.  Atlas have a clinic in Tamworth but plan to open a new clinic in Lichfield soon.  Tamworth is only a 15 minute drive from Lichfield and can easily be worth the visit.   View the the website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk

Cranial osteopaths are available at Atlas to treat the Lichfield babies with colic and reflux.  Cranial osteopathy seems to work well with irritable babies who have poor sleep patterns.

Atlas offer Lichfield back pain sufferers an alternative to Lichfield Chiropractors for back pain and neck pain treatments.

Tamworth Clinic frequented by Lichfield customers

Tamworth Osteopaths recruit more Osteopaths for the Atlas Pain Relief Centre team

March 21st, 2011

More Osteopaths  have joined the Atlas Pain Relief Centre practice.  Two additional Osteopaths have taken their place at the Hall Green Clinic in Birmingham and another local Nuneaton Osteopath has joined the Tamworth practice.  With another Back Pain Clinic opening in Atherstone during the summer of 2011 this takes the total clinics to three.

Nuneaton back pain sufferers can visit the Atherstone clinic as it has free parking and easy access.  Local villages such as Sibson, Twycross and Norton Juxta can visit the local Atherstone Back Pain Clinic soon.  The Atlas clinic will be an alternative to Nuneaton Chiropractor treatment for back pain

Physiotherapy will be available at the Atherstone and Tamworth clinics from HPC registered physiotherapists and  GOsC osteopaths with acupuncture treatments for many pain related symptoms.

The website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk has all the contact details and information

Tamworth Osteopath treats lots of Tamworth and Lichfield Shoulder pain

March 17th, 2011

Shoulder pain Tamworth and shoulder pain Lichfield is a regular treatment request for Tamworth Osteopath John Williams of Atlas Pain Relief Centre.  John who is a Tamworth Osteopath and Tamworth Physiotherapist has experience at treating shoulder pain and shoulder injuries.

Visitors from Lichfield, Sutton Coldfield, Measham, Swadlincote, Burton and surrounding villages travel to Tamworth for their shoulder pain.  Often shoulder pain has trapped nerve involvement with pins and needles and numbness.  Burning pain and sharp stabbing pain are often described when patients present with the shoulder problem.

Atlas Pain Relief Centre is in Lower Gungate, Tamworth town centre and can help arrange MRI scans on your shoulder in 48 hours normally.  The website has useful information  www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk or telephone 01827 59943

Atherstone Physiotherapist offers private physiotherapy in Atherstone

March 17th, 2011

Atherstone Physiotherapist John Williams will be offering private physiotherapy treatments in Atherstone in 2011.  The new Atherstone physiotherapy clinic will be a part of the Atlas Pain Relief Centre group of clinics and hopes to be up and running before June 2011.

Physiotherapists with experience of back pain, neck pain, joint pain and trapped nerve symptoms like sciatica will be able to treat you pain and discomfort and restore some mobility into your joints again.  No need for doctors referral if you are self funding and all the Atherstone physiotherapists are registered for private health insurance work.

Atlas Physiotherapists are all HPC  (state registered) physiotherapists and have expertise in Sports Injuries.  Sports Injury Clinics in Atherstone are not common and Atlas will be providing a first class service in sports injury treatments and running injury treatments.

Visit the website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk to view the facilities on offer for physiotherapy, osteopathy, sports injuries and pain relief.  Telephone 01827 59943

Atherstone Back Pain Relief Centre will open summer 2011

March 12th, 2011

Atherstone back pain clinic will open in summer 2011 and be available to provide pain relief for Atherstone back pain and neck pain sufferers.

Atlas Pain Relief Centre will be expanding to add another clinic in Atherstone.  Clinic Director John Williams will offer Osteopathy, Physiotherapy and Acupuncture to the people of Atherstone, Nuneaton and the surrounding villages.

Free car parking and easy access will mean Atherstone will be easier to get to with less fuss than trying to park in Nuneaton or Tamworth.

Back pain, neck pain, shoulder and knee pain, sciatica and trapped nerve problems can be treated in Atherstone as well as tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis and foot pain.  Clinic Director John Williams will initially work at the Atherstone clinic and be joined by acupuncture practitioners, podiatrist and sports therapists.

If you are looking for private physiotherapy then Atlas is the place to visit  www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk

for an appointment you can call 01827 59943

Atherstone Back Pain Clinic planned for 2011 by Atherstone Osteopath

March 2nd, 2011

Atherstone, North Warwickshire is soon to get a new back pain clinic.  Atherstone Osteopath John Williams from Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth intends to open another pain relief centre in Atherstone in 2011.

The plan is to offer Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture and Sports Injury treatments to Atherstone and the surrounding villages.

As it currently stands, Atherstone people have to travel to Nuneaton or Tamworth to find a back pain clinic and this will soon be well catered for by the Atlas Pain Relief Centre team of practitioners.

Back pain, backache, bulging disc, trapped nerve, sciatica, muscle twinges and muscle spasm can all be treated soon in Atherstone and Atlas offers an alternative to Nuneaton Chiropractors and Tamworth Chiropractors for back pain treatment.

The Atlas team will soon have a new website to launch the clinic but until then the www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk website can be used for appointments.  You do not need a GP referral and there will be no waiting times.

Telephone 01827 59943 if you need an urgent appointment

Tamworth Osteopath cures headache symptoms

February 28th, 2011

Tamworth Osteopath John Williams has yet another success with treating persistent headache symptoms. A headache is very frustrating to many people and can leave the sufferer irritable and unable to concentrate fully at work and at home.

Osteopathy may be the answer if headaches are a problem and Tamworth osteopaths at Atlas Pain Relief Centre have a variety of treatment options including acupuncture, physiotherapy or neck manipulation which may help.

Tamworth Osteopaths can offer an alternative treatment to Tamworth Chiropractors for spinal manipulations and are experienced at dealing with stiff neck and tension headaches

After just one treatment from John Williams the Tamworth Osteopath at Atlas, the headache had gone and the following testimonial was forwarded as a way of thanking the clinic for relief of painful headaches.

“I have suffered with headaches for a long time and they were starting to get a lot more frequent and more severe.

I was initially going to give acupuncture a try, but following my first consultation I started treatment with the Osteopath at Atlas. I had 3 sessions with John and I am so happy to say that I have not had one headache since.

I cannot believe that I have put up with it for so long and wished I had tried this a lot earlier. It is definitely money well spent.

Atlas is very professional but the staff are also very friendly and approachable. Many thanks to John for giving me a new lease of life! I will definitely recommend this to others”.

Cranial Osteopathy from Tamworth Cranial Osteopath helps baby with colic

February 22nd, 2011

Tamworth Cranial Osteopath John Williams has more success treating babies with Colic symptoms at the Atlas Osteopathy Clinic in Lower Gungate, Tamworth.  Babies with colic symptoms are distressed and unhappy and it is very upsetting to see them in pain. Many sentences and words describe babies with colic.  Windy baby, windy babies, babies with wind, trapped wind and baby with colic all describe symptoms of infantile colic.

Thankfully there is help available and cranial osteopathy seems to be effective in treating the symptoms of colic.  After just 4 visits the colic symptoms had eased and the baby appeared far more relaxed and at ease. Worried parents can view the website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk for more information on cranial osteopathy

Below is the “thank you” testimonial from the mother of the 5 week old baby who has recently been successfully treated at the Atlas Cranial Osteopathy Clinic

“Our newborn daughter suffered from Colic and we had tried no end of different things and nothing worked! At 5 weeks old we took her for Cranial Osteopathy hoping it would work after hearing lots of people recommend the treatment. After 4 sessions her colic has gone and she is a much more settled baby in general. We are delighted with the results, just wish we had taken her sooner.”

Tamworth Back Pain Practitioner suggests caution.

February 20th, 2011

Tamworth Osteopath and back pain practitioner John Williams of Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth town centre is disappointed at the way some back pain practitioners ask their patients to prepay for 24 treatments up front.

The Atlas Pain Relief Centre has a website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk  and their range of different back pain treatments can be viewed by visiting this website.

John suggests caution if your practioner suggests prepayment for 24 sessions during your first visit.  You may be better in 6 sessions and have overpaid or indeed may feel worse and have to endure more painful treatments that you would like. 

 This practice has come to light after a number of unhappy patients released this information.  Usually the patient is told they need 24 treatments to rectify their complaint and are told they need to attend for 3 treatments per week.  As an incentive to prepay for 24 treatments they are offered a discount.

Firstly this is surely bad practice and asking a patient on their first visit to prepay for 24 treatment sessions up front is taking advantage of people who are in pain and seeking help.

Patients can well have conditions that take longer to treat and some patients may,  over time, end up having this amount of treatment, however most back pain conditions would not require 3 treatments per week for 8 weeks.

At Atlas Pain Relief Centre their back pain practitioners offer a variety of treatment options for back ache, disc bulges, slipped disc, sciatica, trapped nerve, sacroiliac joint inflammation, twisted pelvis, and muscular twinges and the majority of their patients are pain free in 6 visits.  John said “Offering patients a discount is a generous gesture if they prepay for 6 visits but asking for prepayment for 24 sessions is, in my opinion, wrong”.

Tamworth Chiropractors, Tamworth Osteopaths, Tamworth Physiotherapists, Tamworth Acupuncturists and Tamworth Sports Therapists all treat back pain and the general public are often confused as to “who does what”.  It is therefore important that this practice does not contaminate the reputation of us all.  We do not want the public thinking that all back pain practitioners are the same. 

The majority of back pain practitioners do not operate in such a way and are effectively regulated by their respective governing bodies.  It is a comfort to patients that registered practitioners are regulated and that they behave in a professional manner.  Let us hope that this kind of protocol will cease and the reputation of our professions have not been damaged.