The Strickland Protocol Ventures to The Faroe Islands
Industry: Child Development
The Strickland Protocol is becoming known throughout the world as the cure for Osgood Schlatters. The first client from the Faroe Islands has just started treatment.
UK, London (PRUnderground) January 24th, 2013
Osgood Schlatters Disease can be cured using The Strickland Protocol. Its a monotunous task getting this fact to healthcare staff globally, even with publish scientific research encompassing clinical trial data.
Bill Goldie of Proact Solutions; the company behind the protocol said “In 2012, we had our first clients from many new countries, including Hong Kong”. He went on to say “We have now had our first purchase from the Faroe Islands”.
Bill is especially delighted as he explained ” When Jenny Strickland cured both of my daughters of Osgood Schlatters I wanted to somehow help other parents by offering the treatment gloabally as a price which is affordable to most. It is delightful to see this now happening after several years of hard work”.
Osgood Schlatters is not technically a disease. It can be described an an overuse injury but the pain can be very debilitaing. No parent wants to see their child suffer. It can be so painful that it can prevent the child from doing basic everyday activites such as going upstairs, let alone spoiling their sporting activities.
Jenny Strickland, the founder of the protocol recently completed her role a Lead Physio at The London Olympics, and continues to work as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Greenwich. She also runs her own physio clinic based in Kent, namely Bodyworks.
The scientific papers showing the clinical trials data have now been published on the official website.
The facebook page is proving to be a great success as parents are able to pose their questions directly to Jenny Strickland, and parents post geniune unbiased feedback.
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