The first time I went to see Bill I was in extremely bad shape. My sciatica was so bad that the sharp shooting pains running down my leg were like electrical shocks and I didn’t know when to expect them. First thing in the morning was the worst, it made it very hard for me to put weight on my feet and stand up. My whole body ached and I had to stop the physical activity that I loved so much. I didn’t know what was happening to me and wondered how bad it would get. I was very scared with my worsening condition. I tried numerous treatments and practitioners in different modalities, including delving into psychological problems that may be contributing to my symptoms. I began researching on the internet, but I didn’t really know what to look for. Then I came across Myofascial Pain Syndrome and it talked about trigger points and Trigger Point Therapy. When I read the description of this syndrome, I was actually relieved. I finally knew what was wrong with me!! The problem was in my muscles. I had been in numerous car accidents when I was young and also had done weight lifting for years causing a lot of damage to my muscles.
It took a while for me to become pain-free but with each treatment I felt more relief. I have not had sciatica since and I don’t plan ever to have it again. I still keep some appointments because I am back to my active lifestyle and I want to keep my muscles healthy.
I seriously don’t know what I would have done if I had not found Bill and his Trigger Point method. I feel so blessed that he lives in the same city and grateful that I was introduced to him and his treatment
Ten years ago I had a hip flexor injury which would not heal, and nothing seemed to help the situation. After just three sessions with William, the circulation returned to my leg and hip area and the cramping ceased. I finally feel that the problem has been addressed and I can now look forward to another 20 years in the landscape industry. William was able to identify the problem and provide very professional and effective treatment. I would highly recommend his service to anyone.
... "As a rule, health workers I've seen will claim at the outset that they know how to help (me). However, experience now tells me that almost no one really knows how to treat a patient with multiple trigger points, since the standard practice of either ignoring the trigger points' presence, or the particular challenges that they represent virtually guarantees a poor outcome. I suppose if I had a more "popular" condition I'd have a better chance at receiving adequate care.