Pain Treatment; Home of the 15 Minute Pain Relief Challenge

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Home of the 15 Minute Pain Relief Challenge!

Pain Treatment

Pain relief in 15 minutes or less on anyone, anywhere on the body using a true breakthrough natural pain treatment method for just $49 ($150 value). This is a limited time offer (first 20 people) to come and see this amazing treatment for yourself.

Dr. Ryan Whelton has developed a revolutionary pain treatment that uses no drugs, no injections, and no manipulations. He simply pushes on very specific areas of the body to relieve pain in other areas. He has a very unique ability that has caught the attention of national news organizations. Sound too good to be true? Are you or anyone you know suffering in pain. Come check it out and see for yourself!

Watch this Incredible Pain Treatment in Action Below

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What types of Pain or Injuries does it work on?

This pain treatment works on a wide variety of conditions, including but not limited to arthritis, migraines/tension headaches, TMJ/jaw pain, acute or chronic pain, sports injuries, joint pain, fibromyalgia, sciatica, Rheumatoid arthritis or other inflammatory conditions, auto accidents, slipped/bulging/herniated discs, pinched nerves, back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow, golf elbow, hip pain, knee pain, plantar fasciitis, bursitis/tendonitis, rotator cuff tears/impingement and so much more.

**To get the $49 value, mention the pain relief challenge when you schedule your appointment.**

Call or Email Now: 813-910-9040, info@PTandPainRelief.com

Author: Sport and Spine PT

Ryan Whelton has developed a true breakthrough that often instantly dramatically decreases or eliminates pain, increases range of motion and decreases muscle spasm all in just seconds to minutes. Patients also experience an accelerated healing rate. Education Northeastern University; Doctor of Physical Therapy Northeastern University; M.S. in Physical Therapy Northeastern University; B.S. in Rehabilitation Science Subspecialties Chronic Pain Back and Neck Pain Sports Injuries (including high-level ballerinas, gymnasts, baseball, football, soccer, basketball) TMJ/Jaw Pain Migraine/Tension Headaches Injury Prevention in Adolescents Veterans Hospital (Tampa, FL) Ryan spent almost 3 years rehabilitating our nation's veterans and active duty soldiers returning from war. He had the opportunity to rehab injuries most PTs never see in their career. Rehabilitating soldiers with orthopedic injuries, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injures, soldiers with burns, soldiers who are single and double amputees, chronic pain, cardiac rehabilitation, post surgical patients. Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins (NBA, NHL) Ryan worked alongside their head athletic trainers/physical therapists, at their clinic, and courtside, providing premier care for top athletes. New England Patriots (NFL) As an employee, he provided physical therapy to professional football players training for their upcoming season, at practice, before games, and during the Super Bowl. College Football (Division IA, ACC) The private physical therapist/personal trainer for the leading rusher in the history of Boston College. NFL Draft Trained athletes in New Orleans preparing themselves for grueling workouts and testing of the NFL combine. Ryan also trained athletes in New Orleans preparing for the NFL Draft, rehabilitating their injuries and increasing speed, strength and overall wellness. Radio Co-Host Ryan can be heard on the radio speaking to over a quarter of a million listeners, Saturdays on 860 AM "The Home Team." Due to his extensive experience in professional sports and working with other high level athletes he was asked to co-host the show as the official "Injury and Rehabilitation Expert" by "The Home Team." The show is hosted by arena voice of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Orlando Magic and press box voice of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , Paul Porter. Personal Throughout his life he has not only been the clinician, but the patient. These experiences have given him a unique perspective on how he approaches and treats patients. He is able to better empathize with people who are in pain and/or disability. As a full scholarship collegiate athlete, he learned to juggle the rigors of 7.5 years of physical therapy school, with his athletic obligations, family and friends. This taught him how to create balance in his life while still striving to achieve his goals. Outside of Work When not working, Ryan loves; spending time with his wife, Jill, and son, Cameron. He also enjoys scuba diving, yoga, running, lifting weights, fishing, golfing, skiing, Aikido, yoga, Pilates, mountain biking, dog training and spending time at the beach. Ryan likes to travel and is trying to see as much of the world as he can.

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