Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 11, 2009
One-To-Zero (OTZ) Health Education Systems (http://www.otzhealthed.com) announced today that it is enrolling qualified patients in a new Frozen Shoulder Syndrome diagnosis and treatment study. The study is designed to further the organization's research into the nature and cause of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome and other neurological disorders. As part of the study, OTZ treats clinical cases of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome patients enrolled in the OTZ research program at no cost. Treatments are performed and video taped at the Dallas, Texas OTZ professional continuing education class attended by doctors.
In its third year, the ongoing OTZ study is based on a new, non-surgical approach to diagnosing and treating Frozen Shoulder Syndrome. OTZ founder Dr. Francis X. Murphy discovered that the painful and debilitating condition is caused by what is known as the Hatcher-Murphy Disorder (HMD), which is most likely to be present in persons aged 40-70. With baby boomers comprising a significant portion of the U.S. and world populations, statistically up to six million people in the U.S. may be suffering with Frozen Shoulder Syndrome today. In an effort to further its research and broaden the availability of its treatment, the OTZ study enables a limited number of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome sufferers to receive the non-surgical OTZ diagnosis and treatment method at no cost.
The OTZ method has shed new light on the cause of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome, a cause which is not addressed by other common treatment methods such as surgery and physical therapy. Since 2007 hundreds of patients have been relieved of their Frozen Shoulder Syndrome with the OTZ treatment method, and as a result patients and doctors are taking advantage of programs and training opportunities that before did not exist. "My staff and I treat patients from all over the United States as well as many other countries," notes Dr. Murphy. "We're proud of the hundreds of patients we've helped and the doctors we've trained so far. With this study we'll be able to add to the research and help more patients find relief, and that's what it's all about."
Patients who wish to take part in OTZ research and receive free diagnosis and treatment services in a professional classroom setting are invited to submit the contact form at http://www.otzhealthed.com/patients. OTZ diagnosis and treatment is provided at no cost to eligible patients who qualify for this program. More information is available upon request at http://www.otzhealthed.com or by calling (214) 368-3030. Patients can locate an OTZ Certified Provider in the Doctor's Directory at http://www.otzhealthed.com/otz-doctors.
Frozen Shoulder Syndrome information and online patient outcome videos are available at http://www.otzhealthed.com and on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KSd-B9hulo. Dr. Murphy and his clinical staff train groups of doctors at live diagnosis and treatment seminars in Dallas, Texas. Each seminar includes the treatment of Frozen Shoulder Syndrome patients to provide the most effective learning experience possible. Medical doctors, chiropractors, orthopedic surgeons and specialists, osteopaths, and anesthesiologists may learn more about the CE seminar at http://www.otzhealthed.com/attend-ce-class.
About OTZ Health Education Systems
OTZ Health Education Systems, LLC (OTZ) (http://www.otzhealthed.com) is the developer of a proven, non-surgical method of diagnosing and successfully treating Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (FSS). OTZ trains doctors so they can help the millions of people worldwide who suffer from the debilitating effects of FSS. The OTZ method is based on years of research by founder Dr. Francis X. Murphy and encompasses the fields of neurology, chiropractic, and biochemistry to relieve the conditions that cause Frozen Shoulder Syndrome.
Victor A. DiBlasi
OTZ Health Education Systems
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