Mansfield, Nottinghamshire (PRWEB UK) 14 June 2012
Dr. Simon Stinchcombe, who has been selected as a member of the London Olympic 2012 medical team, along with Mr Julian Pavier, have announced the opening of a new joint pain clinic.
“The clinic focuses on alleviating many types of joint pain and plantar fasciitis,” said Maria Flint, general manager of the Nottingham Road Clinic. “We invite joint pain sufferers and everyone else who is interested to come to the Joint Pain Clinic, which is based at the very comfortable Nottingham Road Clinic, for a consultation with renowned experts and treatment.”
Flint explained that The Joint Pain Clinic is a new clinic that features experienced clinicians in the Nottinghamshire area.
“This clinic has an excellent consultant of podiatry, Mr. Julian Pavier, and a radiologist, Dr. Simon Stinchcombe, who has been selected as a member of the London Olympic 2012 medical team,” Flint noted, before adding that, “The Joint Pain Clinic can provide ESWT Shock Wave Therapy, a recognized treatment for plantar fasciitis, heel pain, tennis elbow, golferʼs elbow, achilles tendinopathy, and many other tendinopathies around the body.”
Mrs. P, Newark, one of the first patients to try the new clinic, described the treatments for her foot as the best she has ever experienced.
“My foot feels bloody marvelous,” she stressed. “I’ve had years of pain.”
In addition to patient satisfaction, Flint said, The Joint Pain Clinic is located at the Nottingham Road Clinic, Mansfield, which is in an accessible, peaceful location with free parking.
“The clinic also features The ESWT Shock Wave Therapy, which offers the opportunity for sufferers to have outpatient treatment for their particular problem,” Flint said. “ESWT is currently rarely available, which leads to sufferers of plantar fasciitis and heel pain being in pain for considerable period of time. However, 77 percent of people who have ESWT for these conditions have a positive response.”
Flint noted that there are also other treatments available at the new clinic.
“Many people suffer from sore joints or feet to the point where they are severely debilitated, and we believe that the treatments here can provide them with relief rather than having to seek surgery,” Flint said. “The arrival of the ESWT Shock Wave Therapy treatment means that many people will now have access to this NICE (National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence) approved treatment that they otherwise would not have.”