Some conditions that Kanetica treats successfully

Hip Pain / Problems

Hip pain is the sensation of discomfort in or around the hip joint, where the upper end (head) of the thigh bone (femur) fits into the socket of the hip bone. Hip pain has a number of causes, most of which are related to injury, or inflammation of the muscles, bones, joints, and tendons located in the hip area. Common causes of hip pain can include arthritis, bursitis, muscle spasms and strains. Hip pain can also result from the spine and back, causing a radiating pain, such as sciatica and herniated/bulging discs.


Patient Profile

 

Name

Mandy

Age

59

Occupation

Business owner

Patient’s view of their situation

Patient was extremely restricted in her movement, was very frustrated and felt her condition would worsen if she didn’t do anything about it.

Medical Doctor's Diagnosis

Patient was diagnosed with hip disfunction and osteoarthritis, extreme limitations in her movement and was recommended  to have a hip replacement.

Practitioner Evaluation

Patient had limitations in lifting her arms lifting, twisting and turning from her lower back and hip area. There was also extreme tightness, fixations and calcification in most parts of her body.

Treatment frequency- Chronic Stage

Due to the patient living interstate, treatment was once every three months for the first eight visits - although this was not optimal for the severity of her condition.

Treatment frequency- Maintenance

Patient continues treatment every three months due to her condition.

Results – in condition stage

Patient responded well and showed very good improvement in her range of movement and function within the first 6 treatments.

Results – overall and ongoing

Patient  doesn’t complain about pain or any limitation and her osteoarthritis is being maintained/managed. 

Overall % improvement

85% improvement from original condition 

 

 

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