Nicky Snazell Clinic Ltd
Nicky Snazell, BSc, BSc, MCSP, Fi STOP Consultant Physiotherapist in Spinal Pain, Fellow of Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain, International Lecturer in Pain and Health
Telephone 0800 254 5164
Nicky Snazell, Clinical Director along with her very friendly and experienced team, offer first class, cutting-edge, high tech treatment options combined with a wholistic approach to patient rehabilitation and wellbeing.
The Nicky Snazell Pain Relief Clinic is an International iSTOP Training Centre
Nestled in beautiful countryside in Staffordshire, on the edge of Cannock Chase, located in Wolseley Bridge
The Magnetic Resonance Treatment (MRT) Centre is situated in the grounds of the Clinic.
Dean Attwood, Practice Manager very knowledgeably explained the benefits of MRT to PhysioPod for patients wanting an alternative option to surgery. MRT is also known as MBST, it uses the same technology principles as MRI but for treatment rather than imaging. MRT works by saturating the targeted cells with energy, stimulating cell growth and can be uniquely directed at the root cause of a problem. It benefits from being pain-free, risk-free, non-invasive, non-claustrophobic and silent.
Adding DEEP OSCILLATION to the high tech facilities was a natural step forward for the clinic to reduce pain and swelling, improve range of movement and function enabling patients a quicker return to normal activity and exercise.
Relaxing and comfortable waiting room in the Pain Relief Clinic
One of the treatment rooms
In the MRT Centre, bright, airy and beautiful
Waiting room in the MRT Centre
Other Clinics Locations: Harley Street
Members of Team
- Diet and Nutrition
- Exercise and Rehab
- Prescribed Medication
- Intramuscular stimulation
- Orthopaedic Surgeon Consultation
- Sports Injuries
- Electroacupuncture & TENS
- Cold Laser
- Magnetic Resonance Treatment® – MBST
- Theraflex Robotic Spinal Manipulation
- Pulsed Shortwave
- Radial Shockwave
Radial shockwave has been extensively used in mainland Europe for many years, but has only recently been introduced to the UK and is not commonly available here. It has recently gained NICE approval. Extensive research around the world is pushing the boundaries of radial shockwave forward at a rapid pace and many new applications are being developed. At Nicky Snazell’s Pain Relief Clinic, we have travelled to Europe for education on shockwave use and have had training from an orthopaedic consultant who runs a major shockwave clinic in Luxembourg.
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