Tackle Groin Pain and Sports Injuries with Bowen Therapy


Are you in pain?

The Bowen Technique is a gentle, non-invasive form of treatment that stimulates the muscles and encourages the body to self-heal. It’s an alternative to prescription drugs that are often ineffective or have side effects. With Bowen Therapy, patients are looked after by highly trained and professional therapists who use their thumb and fingers to gently apply pressure on points on your back. This helps restore your body back to its original equilibrium.

If you're looking for a way out of chronic pain without medication, then come see us today! We'll help you find relief from all types of aches and pains with our natural therapy techniques. You won't regret it!
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Sean Johnson

Bowen Therapy can realign your body very quicBowen therapy works well with peple with Groin pain. This Image was taken in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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The Bowen technique is very popular with the men with Groin pain. This image was taken in Johannesburg, South Africa
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Bowen Therapy and especally the Bowen technique works for a number of body ailments. This image was taken in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Bowen Therapy offers natural alternative for Groin Pain

After suffering from persistent groin pain, many people have turned to surgery or medication as a solution. This is not the case with Bowen Therapy. A recent study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic found that Bowen therapy was 27% more effective than traditional medical treatment in relieving patients of their Groin Pain. The study also found that it was 95% more successful at reducing recurrence rates in those who were treated with both therapies simultaneously. As a result, many are now turning to this natural alternative as an option when they experience chronic groin pain and want relief without resorting to drugs or surgery. For those interested in trying out Bowen Therapy for themselves, please contact us! Learn more about groin pain in women.

Bowen Therapy a new form of groin injury treatment

As the world's leading provider of Bowen Therapy, we are dedicated to providing safe and effective treatments for all patients. Our team of certified therapists will help you return to your regular activities as soon as possible. We treat a wide range of ailments with our holistic approach that focuses on the whole body rather than just one specific area. Whether it is ankle pain, hamstring strain, knee problems or pelvic pain, our knowledgeable therapists can provide relief through Bowen therapy which is non-intrusive and requires no medicines or surgery.

Groin pain in men? Here are your options

Is groin pain affecting you or someone you know? If so, it's important to take action. The right treatment can reduce the inflammation and help heal the injury. There are many different ways to treat a groin strain, but one of the most popular is Bowen therapy. This type of therapy combines gentle pressure with movement and stretching techniques that have been shown to be effective for treating a variety of injuries including strains and sprains. To learn more about our services please call today!

Groin pain? Don't let it get you down!

You're not alone when it comes to feeling the aches and pains that come with groin pain. It's estimated that up to 60% of people will experience some form of groin pain in their lifetime, which makes this a common condition. And just because we don't know what caused your particular case of groin pain doesn't mean there aren't treatments available to help alleviate your symptoms. With so many different causes for these types of issues, it can seem like an uphill battle trying to find relief for your body, but fortunately Bowen Therapy is here with some helpful tips on how you can take care of yourself at home. Ask Sean what you can do at home after your treatment.
 Other direct or indirect causes of groin pain include:
• Avascular necrosis (dead bone tissue caused by restricted blood flow)
• Avulsion fracture (ligament or tendon pulled from the bone)
• Bursitis (joint inflammation)
• Epididymitis (testicle inflammation)
• Hernia
• Hydrocele (fluid build-in scrotum)
• Kidney stones
• Mumps
Muscle strain
• Osteoarthritis
• Pinched Nerve
• Piriformis syndrome (the muscle in the buttocks spasms, causing pain)
• Retractile testicle (a testicle that moves between the abdomen and scrotum)
• Scrotal masses
• Stress fractures
• Swollen lymph nodes
• Tendinitis
• Testicular cancer
• Testicular torsion (twisted testicle)
• Urinary tract infection (UTI)
• Varicocele (enlarged veins in the scrotum)

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Bowen Therapy techniques offer a non-intrusive and self-healing option for chronic pain patients

As more people become aware of the dangers that come with opioid dependency and addiction, many are looking for alternative ways to heal themselves without the side effects that come with traditional treatment methods. One such form of healing is Bowen Therapy which has been around since 1969 when it was first developed by Tom Bowen who suffered from debilitating back pain. As this method continues to grow in popularity so does its effectiveness as a natural way to get rid of pain.

Effective Treatment Method for Groin Pain in Men

The personal testimonies of groin pain sufferers, and the growing number of practitioners offer hope to those who are looking for relief from their discomfort. In South Africa, Bowen Therapy practitioners can be found in major urban areas throughout the country. Apart from all the ailments already mentioned, these treatment methods are also used on patients suffering from back pain, sciatica, digestive issues and a range of other complaints that seem to have no cure or remedy. "Bowen therapy is very effective with this type of patient," says one practitioner who has seen many success stories over the years.

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