Some recent case studies of patients who have been treated at the How Clinic Edinburgh. All case studies are online with the patients informed consent.

This runner had complex ongoing knee pain which stopped her from running for over one year.  With a combination of evidence-based rehabilitation and Focus and Radial Shockwave Therapy, she was able to resume competing in full competitive events in 2021 After the birth of her beautiful daughter,which was quite a traumatic birth. ElecEMTT or Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy was extremely beneficial in reducing the pain and inflammations of sacro iliac, pelvic and osteitis pubis or inflammations of the pubic bones combined with good quality female pelvic health exercises and rehabiliation Morag in 2021 has achieved a new personal best in 5000m 15.43.57 which is remarkable success story for Focus Radial and EMTT which encourages the cells increase their capicity for Cellular Regnerative Mrdicine

 

Scottish Champion 5 Km New Course Record 2019 and now after a year off Morag in 2021 a 5000m PB at 15:43.57

This young lady had severe patella tendinosis (knee pain) early January 2018.Here we used FOCUS SHOCKWAVES   She was limping with pain and had tried various therapies which did not help  She was told that her running career was over and it may be worth trying surgery!  She started treatment at the How Clinic  in MAY 2018. As part of her treatment Helen combined Focus and Radial Shockwave Therapy with an evidence based rehabilitation programe and a few months later she was able to begin to race again.  Here she is on the 23rd of February 2019 –  on the podium at the Scottish National Cross Country Championships with International Athletes In 2020 Morag has a year out due to the birth of her beautiful daughter.  This was a traumatic birth and you can read her story in Scottish Athletics As part of her post partum recovery she had Focus and EMTT for Sacro Iliac Pain and Osteitis Pubis a common painful condition from child birth.  This year 2021 Morag continues to have some maintenance treatments for minor niggles as she has been training hard and now a new 5000m PB at 15.43.57 which is inside the Qualifying times for Scottish Athletics Common Wealth Games !

The Athlete here was unable to run for more than 20 minutes and had tried over 18 months of various exercises and rehabilitation. It took about one year of a combination of shockwave therapy, rehabilitation Diagnostic Ultra Sound by a Sports Physician for Haglund’s Syndrome Insertional and Mid Portion Achilles Tendinopathy before she was able to compete again. She ran pain free during Ironman race and even pain better, was pain free afterwards.

Congratulations Representing your Country in the World Mountain Trails in Portugal!