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International Moto cross rider gets treated for an injury at a unique treatment clinic in Stafford area

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: March 24, 2014

  • Tommy Searle and his x-ray

  • Magnetic Resonance Treatment Centre Building

  • Magnetic Resonance Treatment Centre building

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Tommy Searle, MX1 GP Motocross World Championship rider, had one of the worst crashes of his career at the second round of the championship in Thailand on 9th March. He broke the radius of his left arm which was plated in surgery the following morning. The assessment of the injury once back in England was that he would be out for at least 6 weeks.

Tommy had been to Nicky Snazell’s Pain Relief Clinic last year following a finger fracture, and so he arranged to come back as soon as he could. This time he was able to have treatment in our brand new MRT Centre, where we have two of the latest Open machines.

Tommy completed his nine hours of treatment today and was pleased with how his arm was feeling. MRT works by stimulating the growth of new cells and this is a process which typically works over weeks and months. Tommy is going for a follow up Xray next week and will update us on progress.

Hopefully he will get the same benefits as Michael Van Der Mark, World Super Sport rider, obtained last year who went back to race just 2 weeks after fracturing 4 bones in his foot.

Nicky Snazell’s Pain Relief Clinic at Wolseley Bridge has an enviable reputation for treating patients with sports injuries plus both acute and complex chronic pain. The clinic offers a combination of skill and technology which is unmatched in the UK.

Nicky has travelled extensively to seek out new methods of treating and new technologies. One such technology is Magnetic Resonance Treatment (MRT), a German invention, where it is known as MBST.

MRT is a development of MRI, which is the state of the art imaging technology, but converted into treatment instead of imaging. The technology is both complex and unique. No other magnetic based treatment has the ability to achieve the same results.

In contrast, the treatment itself is remarkable easy and comfortable. The treatment is pain free, non-invasive, safe and non-claustrophobic. It is also completely silent, so is very relaxing, so much so that patients often go to sleep during treatment.

MRT is able to stimulate the growth of new cells and can be targeted at specific body tissue. Thus it can regrow bone for rapid bone fracture healing or osteoporosis (thin bones). Equally it can regrow cartilage cells and thus fight the horrific consequences of osteoarthritis. Other areas are treating spinal discs and the rapid healing of sports injuries.

Although MRT is almost unknown in the UK, not surprising as there are only three of the Open 700 machines in the UK and Nicky Snazell has two of them, it is far from new. In Germany and Austria alone over 250,000 patients have been treated over the last 14 years and there have been zero side effects.

Nicky Snazell has moved the MRT technology into a brand new MRT Centre, a beautiful rebuilt barn shipped in from Wales. The clinic boasts the ultimate in peace and comfort, ideal to promote the healing process.

If you would like to find out more about the many ways in which Nicky’s Pain Relief Clinic and MRT Centre can help you, then please call 01889 881488 or 881399. Alternatively visit the website.

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