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Runners World Feature The Strickland Protocol Cure for Osgood Schlatter’s Disease

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The Strickland Protocol has been featured in the UK running magazine Runners World, as a three week cure for Osgood Schlatters Disease.

London, UK (PRUnderground) February 1st, 2013

UK running magazine, Runners World has just published a feature on The Strickland Protocol, cure for Osgood Schlatters Disease.

The feature focusses on 14 year old James O’Brien who developed the condition lat year.  James said “every time I took a stride it felt as if something was diggig into my knees causing unbearable pain”. The pain stopped James from racing, and the NHS physio also advised him to stop.

Like most sporty teenagers being asked to stop their sports is a tall order and a most depressing one. James then turned to The Strickland Protocol. He was pain free in the third week of the treatment. James is now back in top racing form.

The magazine articles suggests that if you know an athlete under 16 suffering knee pain that worstens with exercise ask your GP about Osgood Schlatters Disease, and try The Strickand Protocol.

The scientically proven treatment is the only cure available in the world today. Clinical trials data is available on the website. Vist for further information.

General comments and discussion boards are open to all at the Osgood Schlatter facebook page.

The Strickland Protocol has cured thousands of active children and teenages now, but we need to keep spreading the word, through sports lubs and GP’s. Targetting them individually is a very expensive and monotunous task.

About The Strickland Protocol – Proact Solutions Limited

The Strickland Protocol was developed by Jenny Strickland and clinical tests show that Osgood Schlatter’s Disease in children can be cured on average in 3 weeks. The home treatment manual is available to buy online in downloadable and hard copy formats. Jenny Strickland is at the pinnacle of her career

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