AposTherapy® in the News

AposTherapy mentioned in Daily Express article

An article on the AposTherapy® knee treatment programme has been published in the Daily Express. The article highlights the problem of the rising need for knee surgeries within the UK and how the AposTherapy® treatment could provide an alternative to surgery for many people. The article also looks at the patient story of Sheryll Holmwood and how she has been able to hold off knee surgery with the AposTherapy® treatment.

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AposTherapy® featured in the Daily Mirror and Mirror Online

AposTherapy has featured in the Daily Mirror and the Mirror online in an article about “how to tackle joint pain”. The article documents the story of AposTherapy patient, Deborah Albert, and her battle with knee pain.

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AposTherapy featured in the Daily Mirror

AposTherapy featured in the Daily Mirror

AposTherapy® featured in Runner’s World UK magazine

AposTherapy® was featured in April edition of Runner’s World UK magazine.

AposTherapy in Runners World

AposTherapy in Runners World

AposTherapy® was featured on Life and Fitness Magazine as part of hypermobility week.

AposTherapy® was featured on Life and Fitness Magazine as part of hypermobility week.

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AposTherapy & hypermobility

AposTherapy & hypermobility

AposTherapy® mentioned in Woman’s Weekly Magazine

AposTherapy® patient Deborah Albert had her story featured in Womans Weekly Magazine. The story documents her battle with knee pain and how AposTherapy® has helped relieve her symptoms.

AposTherapy in Womans Weekly Magazine

AposTherapy in Womans Weekly Magazine

AposTherapy® Featured in Candis Magazine

An AposTherapy Patient, Sally Stokes, has had her story featured in the latest edition of Candis Magazine. The article documents her on going battle with knee pain and how AposTherapy has helped her get back to a level of function she is happy with.

“Whizzing downhill in the French Alps, I suffered the accident every skiier dreads. My ski didn’t come out of it’s binding, causing the top of my tibia to snap. I was taken back down the mountain strapped to a “blood wagon” sledge and my leg was put in plaster. Back home I needed surgery – and after a very slow recovery, doctors discovered another hairline fracture requiring yet another operation.”

AposTherapy in Candis

AposTherapy in Candis

Could Sportsmen avoid Knee Surgery By Wearing These Shoes?

Sounds unlikely doesn’t it, but a new therapy is being used instead of knee surgery by thousands, and their insurance companies are happy to pay for it. I reported on this a few months ago when I was investigating dealing with knee pain in my knees, and although no one who knows me would imagine I have anything in common with a Triathlete, it seems that I do.

My many years as a health writer has led me to investigate various therapies and lower back pain meant I was even more curious about a therapy many athletes have turned to instead of surgery. If you are fond of sports, and noticing the strain, you could do worse than follow the example of Tim Morgan.

He was an athlete whose knee problems caused him to give up but who now is a successful Triathlete. Injury can come in many ways and in Tim’s case, after actively participating in sports such as kick boxing, he twisted his knee when slipping and falling out of a bath would you believe? He had an ACL anterior cruciate ligament tear and after surgery and physiotherapy was still in pain and not able to get back to training.

Read the full article on the talkhealth partnership website.

AposTherapy and Tim Morgon

AposTherapy and Tim Morgan