Case Studies

The cases below were all treated with a system called RoTai Pain Relief, names have been left out publicly for privacy reasons. Can be release for legitimate discussions.

 

Medical Issue Player 1:

 

Presented in with 4 ligaments torn in the ankle. (Approximate time out including surgery and rehab 8 months)

 

Course of Treatment:

Days 1-7:  assess issues and start treatment. Treatment consists of,

  • Resetting the ligaments to promote blood flow to the injury,

  • Pruning the injury to guide the blood flow (at this point there is minimal pressure applied),

  • Opening meridian lines to activate the bodies healing capabilities,

  • Lymphatic System drained to remove wastes from tissues and filter these through the lymph nodes,

  • N.B. by day 3 protective boot has been removed, by day 5 client is down to 1 crutch.

 

Days 8-17:

  • Ligaments have now been reset and are holding and client is able to drive again,

  • Core muscles are now being reactivated and are holding,

  • ITB’s are put into place and are holding.

 

Outcome:

By day 17: the client was back at training and able to play in semi-finals. A minor key-hole surgery is required in off season to remove the remaining congealed blood. Client is at full recovery ready for the 2014 season.

 

 

 

Medical Issue Player 2:

 

Presented with a grade 1 tear to the medial ligament and was told he would be out for approximately 12 weeks.

 

Course of Treatment:

Days 1-3: assess issues and start treatment. Treatment consists of,

  • Resetting the ligaments to promote blood flow to the injury,

  • Opening meridian lines to activate the bodies healing capabilities,

  • Client is able to remove brace and is only using 1 crutch.

 

Days 4-7:

  • Lymphatic System drained to remove wastes from tissues and filter these through the lymph nodes

  • Ligaments have now been reset and are holding client is walking unassisted,

  • Core muscles are now being reactivated and are holding,

  • ITB’s are put into place and are holding,

 

Ongoing:

Treatment is now spaced out to every second day over the next 2 weeks.

 

Outcome:

By the end of 3 weeks of treatment the client is back at training and ready to play.

 

 

 

 

Medical Issue Player 3:

 

Presented with a strained groin and had been off for 3 weeks.

 

Course of Treatment:

 

Days 1-2: assess issues and start treatment. Treatment consists of,

  • Stretch out hamstrings

  • Lymphatic System drained to remove wastes from tissues and filter these through the lymph nodes

  • Reactivate the Psoas muscle

  • Release gluteus muscles

  • Shoulder release and reset

 

Outcome:

 

Initial assessment showed that there was no issue with the groin. The pain presenting in the groin was referred pain due to the other issues. The client was cleared to train and play that weekend.

 

 

 

 

Medical Issue Player 4:

 

Presented with an ankle injury and had been off for 6 weeks with 3-4 more weeks before ready.

Course of Treatment:

Days 1-3: assess issues and start treatment. Treatment consists of,

  • Remove boot

  • Resetting the ligaments to promote blood flow to the injury,

  • Pruning the injury to guide the blood flow (at this point there is minimal pressure applied),

  • Opening meridian lines to activate the bodies healing capabilities,

  • Lymphatic System drained to remove wastes from tissues and filter these through the lymph nodes

  • ITB’s are put into place and are holding

  • Core muscles are now being reactivated and are holding,

 

Outcome:

After 3, 30 minute intense treatments he was back on the field that weekend for his team.

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Stretching and Hydration:

At the end of each treatment a few stretches are shown to the clients to help with their rehabilitation and the importance of hydration to the body is also discussed. Even being slightly dehydrated can cause poor performance, and it's often overlooked. Improper hydration can result in muscle cramping, decreased strength and reduced endurance, severely impeding athletic performance.