The Strickland Protocol - Proact Solutions Limited

View Our Newsroom

The Strickland Protocol Cures a Record Number of Cases of Osgood Schlatters Disease

Industry: Medical

The Strickland Protocol has now cured a record number of kids around the world. The latest testimonial has just been published on the official websites.

UK (PRUnderground) June 22nd, 2012

The Strickland Protocol is a scientifically proven method used to cure Osgood Schlatters Disease in children. The protocol uses no medicines and is completely natural with the treatment being carried out at home on a daily basis. The mean average cure time is 3 weeks.

Today’s Osgood Schlatters testimonial sees a milestone being reached of numbers of children cured in the past 5 years.

The official distribution channel of the manual is via Amazon and the following website

http://www.strickland-protocol.com/

The team also have a facebook and twitter page, and actively encourage comments and questions. Questions are answered online by Jenny Strickland, the lead physiotherapist, based in Kent, and author of the manual.

The clinical trials data is available via Wikipedia and several other websites, alongside being published in the printed media.

The Strickland Protocol may also be used to treat Sever’s Disease.

Jenny Strickland is also a Senior Lecturer in Sports Science at the University of Greenwich and also runs a physiotherapy clinic,  specializing in sports injuries, Kent.

For further information please contact the press office on 0044 1422 230202 or e-mail bill.goldie@proact-solutions.co.uk

 

 

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

Press Contact

Name
S. Powell
Phone
0044 1422 230202
Email
pr
c61308eb23d9121d4a38d6d11449545f
@calderweb.co.uk
Website
http://www.strickland-protocol.com/

Video

Website