For 90% of the patients I’ve treated with NAT, the results have been phenomenal.
I first heard about NAT early last year. After reviewing the website and watching the videos, I found myself very excited about NAT and the results it indicated.
I soon began using the technique in my practice, and my clients were similarly impressed.
The NAT technique for frozen shoulder is honestly nothing short of incredible. It's simple and quick to learn and makes total sense.
I'd say that for 90% of the frozen shoulders I’ve treated with NAT, the results have been phenomenal.
We've also learned how to successfully apply the NAT techniques for a wide range of shoulder issues. It can be very effective for the management of shoulder arthritis in elderly clients.
NAT doesn’t involve any pulling or stretching, as is often the case with manual therapies, and so it is much easier for patients to handle. Patients tend to tolerate the treatments extremely well.
Without a doubt, NAT has been a real compliment to my practice.
I should also point out that I volunteered to submit this review, having been genuinely and immediately impressed with NAT. I have not received any remuneration from the publisher!
About Dr. Bates
Dr. Bates began his career studying chemistry. His interest in being a chiropractor began soon after, when a minor accident at his job led to a back injury.
The day following the injury, he was in so much pain that he could hardly move. He went his doctor immediately and was prescribed pain killers and muscle relaxants. “They had side effects,” he explains.
“They made my stomach hurt, so I went back to the doctor, and he gave me a pill for my stomach. That pill gave me headaches, so he prescribed headache medication.”
Dr. Bates was disillusioned by this process, and he decided to withdraw from the chemistry program and enter Chiropractic College.
Dr. Bates graduated as a chiropractor from Palmer College West in California in 1985 and has been practicing in Freemont, California for the past 30 years.
Dr. Bates specializes in treating a number of different conditions, some of which include Frozen Shoulder, Tennis Elbow, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, Scoliosis, Fibromyalgia, and lower back pain.
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