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British Quad bike champ in accident get new revolutionary treatment from Stafford clinic

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: April 28, 2014

Paul Holmes at the magnetic resonance centre at the Nicky Snazell Clinic

Paul Holmes on the left with Alan from the magnetic resonance centre at the Nicky Snazell Clinic

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A British quad bike champion is getting help to speed up his recovery from a broken collar bone from a Wolseley Bridge clinic after hearing about it from a fellow sportsman.

Paul Holmes visited the Nicky Snazell’s Magnetic Resonance Treatment Centre following an accident while competing in a regional championship quad race in Swindon.

Paul broke his left clavicle and tore the labrum in his shoulder in the crash at the start of a race. This accident resulted in an operation to plate his clavicle and fix the tear in the labrum.

After the operation Paul got in touch with the Magnetic Resonance Treatment Centre to try and speed up the healing time for the bone and to help heal the muscle and tissue in his shoulder.

Paul had a total of 8 sessions of treatment on the MRT (MBST) machine with great results: “I feel an improvement in the range of movement I now have in my shoulder following the treatment on the MRT machine which is relaxing and pain free. I look forward to being able to race again soon!”

For more information on Magnetic Resonance Treatment visit their website by clicking here.

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