Success Stories

Hello Bill,
A few years ago I was fortunate to have been referred to you for help. Undergoing your trigger point therapy sessions over a period of many months saved my life. I had been in a car accident as well as undertaking a full time care giver role for the care of my husband who had been diagnosed with dementia. Those 1 hour sessions with you, on a regular basis, is what pulled me through this stressful period of my life. You are very skilled and my body and mind say thank you. But there is more – I also want to thank you for restoring my mental health thanks to your deep understanding of dementia and its impact on family.

In September I’m off to France for 2 months to do a long distance walk, a challenge I could not have undertaken if way back I had not had the courage to contact you.
Take care Bill. I hope life is good to you.

Joanne G

After trying countless other methods to address a lower back issue for five years, William was able to eliminate my back pain completely.
I arrived desperate but skeptical, but now am a complete believer.
I’m so glad I gave it a shot.

Thanks for getting me back to normal life, William.

Casey M
Nanaimo BC

For months I was limping around with severe pain in my left knee. Doctor said the knee needed replacing and I was put on the surgery waiting list. A friend said I should maybe try William, that maybe he could help and I’m glad I did. William treated my thigh muscles (they had painful trigger points). My knee pain was gone by the next day and did not return. After several months of having no pain, I told my doctor that I would NOT be having the knee replacement done. Four years have passed since the treatment and still no knee pain. I’d recommend to anyone who has been told they need joint replacement to see William first. Perhaps it’s a muscle problem.

John S
British Columbia

I am 19 years old and I have kyphosis and chronic pain in my back and neck. I have tried a lot of different types of therapy and nothing has given me relief like Trigger Point has. Bill knows what he is doing and is professional. I have never felt as good for years, as I feel now.

Heather S

My husband suffered from low back pain for years & has spent a small fortune on massages, chiropractors, acupuncture, etc. and they all helped in the short term, but the pain eventually came back.


One day, he picked up a brochure about Trigger Point Bodywork & decided to give it a try. After only 2 sessions, he knew that he’d finally come across a treatment that was going to work. Then I attended a day-long workshop about Trigger Point Bodywork. Even as a person in her 60’s, with no medical or fitness background, I gained enough insight & knowledge, and along with the Trigger Point Therapy Workbook, I am now to be able to help him & also myself.


Trigger Point Bodywork definitely plays a big part in our lives now for overcoming pain. I highly recommend you try it.

Pat L
Nanaimo, B.C.

Trigger Point therapy resolves muscle pain! It is the answer to relief of most pain that escapes traditional medical approaches offered by health care professionals to-day.


This is from my personal experience. Following a major hip fracture, recovery was slow in coming because of major pain from my knee. At first, a “grin and bear” approach was used and progress was attained through physical therapy. With the addition of Trigger Point therapy, recovery has been accelerated and the pain factor reduced to a much more bearable level. Major gains are being made with full recovery in sight.

Nelson B
Nanaimo, BC

I ended up in Bill’s office after 3 1/2 years of daily pain – worn out emotionally, physically, and somewhat financially from all the different modalities I had tried. Finally I was willing to “surrender” and do what he told me to do – I stopped working-out (which I love, and is my job) and started listening to Bill, and my body.


I admit, I was very skeptical and I didn’t believe it when he said, “it’s not supposed to hurt when I press on your muscles.” Everything hurt, I had trigger points all over.


What he did say, which made a great deal of sense to me was – “when you break a bone, it is protected with a cast and you are forced to rest it and let it heal. We (somewhat reluctantly) accept this as effective protocol. However, when we “break a muscle” we don’t cast it, so we often push through without giving muscle the desperate rest and healing time it needs to recover”. By following Bill’s protocol, I have gone from 98% PAIN, to 98% PAIN FREE!


With his guidance, I am now starting back to a gentle exercise routine, and will gradually increase the program back to my usual work-out routine.


For those of you who are in pain, what do you have to lose?


Trigger Point bodywork has worked for me and I’m sure you will be pleasantly surprised with the results.


Thank you, Bill

Susan L.
Nanaimo, BC

Out of curiosity I had taken one of Bill’s weekend Trigger Point workshops.  Dealing with frustrating physical issues myself and being in the fitness industry I was looking for new ideas and answers to questions I had with regards to reoccurring pain. I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop, Bill’s passion for Trigger Point Bodywork, and his style of teaching very informative, with just enough humour to keep it interesting. I couldn’t get enough. I signed up for another set of workshops the next weekend and then became a client as well. Bill has a wonderful way of relaying information, and his passion for trigger point bodywork is contagious. As a client I found him to go beyond “the call of duty”, focusing his energy into “uncovering the mystery” behind the pain. He is very thorough, easy to talk with and very informative. I would highly recommend him to any one searching for an alternative to the traditional, you might be pleasantly surprised, I was.

Deb B.

My name is Nataliya, I used to be a professional freestyle skier, participated in World Cups from 2008 till 2011 and became Russian National Champion in 2010-2011 and here is my healing story.


It begins about 3 years ago, when after an accident during training I had to undergo spinal surgery. Luckily it happened in Austria so I was really thankful for European accuracy and high technologies. After about a month I came back to my motherland, and started rehabilitation within one of the best sports clinics in Russia. Nowadays technologies of micro surgeries are very developed so they allow to operate with as less interference (tissue trauma) as possible, but Russian methods for similar conditions of injury would involve the installation of supportive titanium construction in the spine; so doctors and specialists were outraged by the way my surgery was done and considered it incorrect.


They told me that if I don’t bring back my core strength and build really strong muscles right away, then it will lead to serious consequences like severe rachiocampsis and something else really scary.

So I started working hard, fighting through the pain for the next half a year under professional supervision I was doing a large complex of physiotherapy including work on range of motion and flexibility, various exercises to help develop and strengthen my back muscles. Pain was always there and after 6 months of therapy I went on a surf trip to the Philippines, that’s where I met my husband and from where healing became a huge and important part of my life, I knew that my body needs special attention and care, and I knew as well that working out never made my back feel any better. Pain is a signal that our intelligent body sends to let us know that something isn’t right, and that was my sign that it’s time to chill. Last couple years I spent traveling around the world, all that time I was pretty active and was trying to still do light exercises, only the ones that felt good and necessary for muscles to stay in tonus but at the same time I had to find a way to set myself completely free from pain. I knew also that I needed to meet a person who will certainly help me. I was really open and interested in trying different types of therapy and healing and even had a chance to try Mongolian acupuncture.


I recently moved to Canada and my friend recommended me to William Huhn and see if he could help me. I find it really valuable that he doesn’t just treat muscles and resulting pain, but as well pays a lot of attention on the educational part, which is probably as important as the physical therapy; it gets you to understand a physiological reason of a problem and what causes the pain and how important it is to listen to your body. William teaches and explains how our body works and pays attention not only at the area of injury but at the whole body, everything is connected in it so general health and good food are so much more important then we think, specially during a process of healing.

After the first session I understood that all this time instead of giving my back a necessary rest – a chance to release pain and relax, I did completely opposite. ‘Muscle is an organ and if it’s “injured” you can’t strengthen it by exercising; it will only get worse’ first you have to treat it (and the trigger points) and give it time to heal then gradually and gently start working on the strength and tonus. Wm. Huhn.


My entire back, buttocks, abdomen and hips were full of trigger points, some of them were already old – those ones which felt like were giving me this endless chronic pain, they felt hard like a rock, sounded weird and crunchy too. So after few weeks of treatments and relaxation little by little knots started to release, at this moment I only have a few left, the oldest ‘crunchy ones’ now seem to be way smaller, my flexibility improved and pain is much less intense.


I really want to thank William for what he did for me so far and for sharing that amazing (Trigger Point) knowledge he gained and learned from long years of studying and treating people. I really appreciate that he is sharing this wisdom with those who need help, and I truly think that he opens peoples eyes and minds to more natural and gentle ways of curing themselves and becoming free from pain.

Nataliya S

Here’s an email to our WHM member, (Lucy Pearman) in the UK.


“Dear Lucy,
You have taken a place in our fondest and most unforgettable memories. Coming to the trigger point therapy you applied to me while working for many hours with my husband. Mine was just for sake of friendship and as demo of the therapy. Although it was only a couple of quite short sessions I am completely free of the stiffness and pain in my shoulders. It’s been more than a month and I never felt the need even to try the theracane which I was so eager to use.
I wasn’t so sure of this treatment when my husband was telling me about it… now I know.
Dear Lucy, thanks a lot.”

Isil T
Istanbul, Turkey

... "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.

Excerpt from an email I received. It succinctly sums-up the frustration so many people write to me about.