Testimonials - Amatsu Therapy International

Testimonials


Testimonials
As a sole practitioner I rely on my good health for my livelihood.

When I was experiencing problems with my arm and wrist due to RSI, my practitioner not only gave instant relief to discomfort, but provided long term support and ideas for improving my posture and work tools. My practitioner has subsequently enabled me to deal with stretched ligaments in my knee and to carry on with my fencing sport. I continue to be impressed by her depth and breadth of knowledge, skill and above all her friendly and encouraging approach to her work. I would not hesitate to recommend the Amatsu.

Chris, Croxley Green
I sought out Amatsu treatment in my second trimester of pregnancy. On each of my three pregnancies I suffered from very painful sciatica which left it difficult for me to walk or even sit sometimes.

After the first treatment I felt a huge improvement and was able to function as normal but by the third It was completely gone leaving for the rest of my pregnancy.I found my practitioner's approach to my pregnancy very relaxing and comforting, she also did some work to allow more movement for the baby. All in all this is a treatment I have recommended to friends and family and I was delighted with the results.

Catherine, Dublin
Having had a longstanding pain in my lower back that no-one else seemed to have sorted out, Amatsu was my last resort. It was having a real impact on my movement and ability to sit or walk

I had weekly treatments for a while, and although it has taken some time, the problem has considerably diminished and I am now able to lead a normal life. My husband, a great sceptic, has also been helped by Amatsu when he had problems with his hip. My Amatsu practitioner has a very professional manner, and an invaluable sense of humour. I would recommend this treatment to anyone who has aches and pains. I now have treatments every six weeks as maintenance, and will continue to do so.

Rosemary, Cambridgeshire
In December 2010 it was my misfortune to fall in the snow. Crossing the road that was like a sheet of ice, down I fell putting my hand out to save myself. Snap! I could see by the deformity that I had damaged my wrist and hand.

I had surgery and my arm was placed in a back slab. This was replaced with a plaster of paris after a week. It was in place for 5 weeks and I was never comfortable in it as both sides of my wrist were damaged, also the joint was fractured where the dislocation was. My wrist was still very deformed, movement very limited and there was no feeling from the tip of my middle and ring finger to my wrist. It was also very swollen and black and yellow from bruising. I immediately began with physiotherapy as prescribed by the surgeon. I had to take a lot of painkillers every time after a treatment. I was making no progress and started having acupuncture as well. The Doctor that I was having the acupuncture with advised that the type of physiotherapy that I was having was too severe and it should be revised. I was not able to change gear, so couldn't drive the car. I couldn't play golf which I normally did twice a week. I could not do Yoga. Housework was out with both hands but I did wonders with one! Another couple of weeks of this and I decided to give Amatsu a try. I have never looked back. My Practitioner gently relieved the pain and after a few treatments the feeling began to come back into my fingers. The impact of the fall had affected more of my body than I had realised. These areas were soon detected by my Practitioner and all my injuries eased. It did take time and quite a few treatments but I could feel the improvement from the first session that I had! I am now back at Yoga, playing golf sometimes 4 times a week and as much housework as I can fit in. I have injured my knee since but immediately had an Amatsu treatment and two days later - perfect! I have no problem in recommending people try Amatsu and have already sent my two daughters who have old injuries and both have improved. I have also sent my friend who had nerve damage post mastectomy.

Joan, Blackrock
I thought that not being able to get up from being on both knees was just a sign I was getting old and that it happened to everybody.

Having visited a chiropractor for several years, I thought I was in the best condition I could be at 73. I was wrong. I started having Amatsu treatments because the pain in my hips was becoming worse and a friend regularly had Amatsu and said her aches and pains had all gone. The practitioner assessed me and found that certain muscles weren't working as they should. She also told me that my pelvis was out of alignment. Over coming weeks my practitioner gave me back the ability to kneel down and be able to get back up again. The freedom this has given me is huge. I am now able to go out walking as much as I would like to and now, when my grandchildren play on the floor, I can be down there with them and not worry about getting back up again. Thank you Amatsu!

Carol, Hertford

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