Carol’s son was only 9 years old when diagnosed with Osgood Schlatters.
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2012 7:05 AM
When our son got the diagnosis of Osgood-Schlatter we were all disappointed as he had just
started Australian rules football. He was devastated to be told that he would be out for the
rest of the season (following 4 months) and maybe even next season too.
I must admit, I was sceptical of a “cure” on the internet and was advised to be careful.
After downloading your manual the day after his diagnosis, we start on the treatment immediately.
As you said, the initial wall slide was a big improvement on that of the slide prior to that first treatment.
I found our son Callan (age9) could do his quad stretch without pain after about 10 days and the wall
slide to his bottom after 3 weeks. We then allowed him to ride his bike again and to run around at school/home again.
He started back at football training again after four weeks and was able to play again that same week, as there was no pain.
The lump has also reduced significantly.
Thankyou very much for your advice. The treatment worked without a doubt and I would recommend it to anyone