Erhard therapy in tennis
What it can do
As with most problems of the musculoskeletal system, the cause or the causes of shoulder pain, tennis elbow and rhizarthrosis are often completely different from the painful area itself. Lecture with a raffle for a free treatment
Date: To be announced
Time: 8 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Location: Online (From the comfort of your home)
Shoulder pain, tennis elbow, rhizarthrosis
As with most problems of the musculoskeletal system, the cause or the causes of shoulder pain, tennis elbow and rhizarthrosis are often completely different from the painful area itself.
And here, too, it is very often the case that one has to treat deeper patterns with larger connections in the musculoskeletal system in order to get rid of the pain in the long term.
In the lecture I would like to show that the pain in the shoulder, tennis elbow and rhizarthrosis with my treatment method are almost always completely gone at the first therapy session, or are hardly present.
Immediately after the lecture, I offer the opportunity to clarify questions, both in large groups and in a personal conversation. In order to give everyone enough time for this, everyone is invited to linger for a drink or two after the lecture.
Take the chance
With every lecture, one person wins a treatment. Each participant receives one ticket. The raffle will take place immediately after the lecture.
My team and I look forward to hearing many people about this new treatment method and if you make other acquaintances and friends who are struggling with pain aware of the lecture. Therefore, please pass on the lecture.
Who is the lecture for?
The lecture is only intended for patients or those affected.
If you are interested in this lecture, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation is limited. Participation is only possible after registering by email or telephone. Registration is free.
Markus Erhard and team
Alternative practitioner & sports scientist
P.S.: Medically, the tennis elbow is called lateral epicondylit. You can get it from tennis, but most patients get it from elsewhere. It is therefore unfavorable that these pain symptoms are called tennis elbow.