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"Both of my daughters are USTA competitive junior tennis players.
What an amazing thing to see my 16 year old's Osgood Schlatters issue go from a continual tournament threatening injury to an inconvenience that can now be managed using The Strickland Protocol”
“When his physio asked him how he was getting on he replied ”I ‘ve made more progress
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WHAT’S INVOLVED WHEN YOU FOLLOW THE STRICKLAND PROTOCOL
It is a home based treatment protocol which cures Osgood Schlatters Disease in an average of 3 weeks. It can also be used to treat Sever’s Disease.
The protocol is very simple to follow and requires the participation of the parent/guardian for just a few minutes per day. It is also important that during the treatment period the child refrains from any sporting activity. This can be one of the biggest challenges!
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Read Cathy’s story about how her gymnast daughter was cured of Osgood Schlatters Disease
The knee pain caused can force the child to stop playing sport. It can affect their
everyday activities such as walking to school and climbing stairs. It is in essence,
This is how Osgood Schlatters occurs: When there is a pulling away of the patella
tendon from its bony attachment on the tibial tubercle – the prominent area at the
top and front of the tibia (shin bone). It is also called a ‘traction apophysitis’.
The bone area is still soft because it is also the site of a child’s growth plate,
and the cartilage is in the process of turning slowly to bone as the child grows
through their puberty stage. This soft site is called the epiphysis and the tendon
attachment area is called the ‘apophysis’. The word ‘apophysitis’ just means inflammation