Testimonials

Dear Mr Cox,

I am writing to thank you for the wonderful job you have done in sorting the pain that I had under my arm and chest.  I have had the pain for the last three months, going back and forth to the doctors without any joy, until a friend recommended me to you.

Thanking you for all you have done.

Miss C

Dear John,

My back problems started 15 years ago.  At that time my job involved lifting and moving heavy objects, also caring and helping to lift my mam who had poor mobility.

I spent 18 days on traction in hospital and was discharged with an orthopaedic corset.  Over the years I have had recurring bouts of painful back problems.

Three weeks before I came to your clinic I had pain and stiffness in my lower back and leg.  The doctor said it sounded like a trapped nerve. My daughter’s friend suggested I came to see John Cox who had put her dad’s back problem right after listening to John who also pinpointed where my problem in my lower back was.

I was surprised the problem was muscular.  After two treatments I am no longer stiff and able to move freely once again and shall continue to listen to his advice.

Sincere thanks John.

Mr E

Dear John,

I would just like to say how brilliant you have been treating my son Samuel’s heel problem.

When we were referred to you Samuel had been in pain for nearly 2 years and had received treatment from various places which had only resulted in Samuel’s condition worsening, but once he started coming to you for treatment the relief was almost immediate.

Since then, with your help, he has steadily improved and no longer suffers with Plantar Fasciitis (painful heel syndrome).

Thanks very much John.

Yours sincerely

Mr D

Dear John

After waking one morning with severe back pain and suffering for several days, a customer of mine recommended I try Mr John Cox.  Apparently he had done wonders for his back. I made an appointment and within a few sessions with John the pain was relieved. After a few more sessions my back was as new.  

My business requires a large amount of lifting and his remarkable assistance was truly appreciated.  I would recommend him to anyone.

Thanks again.

Mr B

Dear John

On June 8th 2004 I woke with what I thought was a “crick” in my neck.  I took Ibuprofen for six days, along with other painkillers, to no avail.  The pain grew steadily worse, especially at night, until I was literally unable to sleep at all.

On 14th June I went to my GP who gave me Voltarol and Co-codamol.  I asked about physiotherapy but was told to “wait a couple of weeks”.  On 17th June at the end of my tether with pain and total lack of sleep, I again went to the doctor who refused sleeping tablets (I had asked for one or two just to get a couple of nights sleep) and was prescribed Tramadol.

I expected to have some sleep that night but after a further two nights in agony with no sleep, I decided to take matters into my own hands and, remembering Angie from Toppers singing John’s praises, I thought “why not – I can’t be any worse off”, as by now I could barely lift a mug of tea.

My first appointment was 19th of June and following my consultation with John I laid on the bed and within two minutes he had found the root of the problem – I nearly went through the roof when he pinpointed it, but at last there was someone who could help!  After the first session I went home and slept soundly for two hours and woke up feeling better than I had done for weeks, the pain was still there but greatly reduced.

I had one session per week and the difference was unbelievable.  After the third session I slept for five hours at night for the first time in a month and could lift my arm and manoeuvre it behind my head in a near normal manner.

As I was feeling so much better I asked John if I could go swimming (I was previously doing 50 lengths three or four times a week).  He gave me strict orders to do 2 slow lengths only and see what happened. Whether it as too soon or just a “glitch” I don’t know, but I woke at 4 am the following morning in pain.  Feeling slightly disappointed I went for my next appointment on July 5th when John, in his usual optimistic fashion, assured me it was just a hiccup and reminded me at my first appointment he had said it may be a case of “two steps forward and one step back” for a while.

During the following week I rested but on the weekend it got the better of me and I cleaned the house, mowed the lawn and did some gentle swimming.  I went to bed expecting to pay for overdoing it – however, I slept like a log and felt great in the morning.

I had an appointment for July 13th which I kept as I did not want to go backwards and from then on John advised an appointment in three weeks, gradually extending the intervals.  So in four weeks, Mr Cox had got me back to 100% fitness.

Yours sincerely

Mr A

Dear John

On June 8th 2004 I woke with what I thought was a “crick” in my neck.  I took Ibuprofen for six days, along with other painkillers, to no avail.  The pain grew steadily worse, especially at night, until I was literally unable to sleep at all.

On 14th June I went to my GP who gave me Voltarol and Co-codamol.  I asked about physiotherapy but was told to “wait a couple of weeks”.  On 17th June at the end of my tether with pain and total lack of sleep, I again went to the doctor who refused sleeping tablets (I had asked for one or two just to get a couple of nights sleep) and was prescribed Tramadol.

I expected to have some sleep that night but after a further two nights in agony with no sleep, I decided to take matters into my own hands and, remembering Angie from Toppers singing John’s praises, I thought “why not – I can’t be any worse off”, as by now I could barely lift a mug of tea.

My first appointment was 19th of June and following my consultation with John I laid on the bed and within two minutes he had found the root of the problem – I nearly went through the roof when he pinpointed it, but at last there was someone who could help!  After the first session I went home and slept soundly for two hours and woke up feeling better than I had done for weeks, the pain was still there but greatly reduced.

I had one session per week and the difference was unbelievable.  After the third session I slept for five hours at night for the first time in a month and could lift my arm and manoeuvre it behind my head in a near normal manner.

As I was feeling so much better I asked John if I could go swimming (I was previously doing 50 lengths three or four times a week).  He gave me strict orders to do 2 slow lengths only and see what happened. Whether it as too soon or just a “glitch” I don’t know, but I woke at 4 am the following morning in pain.  Feeling slightly disappointed I went for my next appointment on July 5th when John, in his usual optimistic fashion, assured me it was just a hiccup and reminded me at my first appointment he had said it may be a case of “two steps forward and one step back” for a while.

During the following week I rested but on the weekend it got the better of me and I cleaned the house, mowed the lawn and did some gentle swimming.  I went to bed expecting to pay for overdoing it – however, I slept like a log and felt great in the morning.

I had an appointment for July 13th which I kept as I did not want to go backwards and from then on John advised an appointment in three weeks, gradually extending the intervals.  So in four weeks, Mr Cox had got me back to 100% fitness.

Yours sincerely

Mr A

Dear John

I just wanted to say a big ‘thank you’ to you for making me walk again.

From how I was, which was walking on crutches to how I am now is fantastic.

When I first came to you my leg was bent out because that was the only way to get comfy and my foot hurt so much, even when I put it in water or have someone touch it, but you said on my first appointment that, even if it took all year to get around my body to get me walking, you would do it, and you have.

However, it’s only taken under 4 months and now I can even walk upstairs without crutches and I can run.  In fact, if I had not come to you I’d have been in a wheelchair by now. 

It has been fun to come and see you despite the pain sometimes and your awful jokes ‘cocker’!

Anyway, I think you are a really lovely man and again, I just want to say ‘Thank you’.

Lots of love.

Miss S

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