A swing and a hit! Patient compliments Mr Brownson’s expertise

05 September 2016

Mr Peter Brownson has had a lovely letter from one of his patients complimenting his expertise, personality and professionalism. The senior tennis player found she was experiencing a lot of pain in her shoulder while playing in the ‘Super-Seniors World Championship’ in 2015. After a friend recommended Mr Brownson she followed the advice and is now pain free, read her comments below.

"Whilst playing in the tennis Super-Seniors World Championships in Umag, Croatia in September 2015, my right shoulder became extremely painful. On arrival home I was referred to Mr Brownson (on recommendation from a friend). From the moment I shook hands with him I was made to feel special. His care and expertise were second to none. After a MRI scan an impingement was identified and treated with an injection which kept me painfree for a number of months.

On my subsequent return, an operation was discussed and I was given the opportunity to choose when I would be ready to go ahead with this procedure (as my tennis season did not finish for a few months), but another alternative was muted I was asked to be a ‘guinea pig’ by Mr Brownson, and a gel was injected into my shoulder. The pain relief was immediate and I remain pain free five months later. In the said World Championships in 2015 I won a silver medal in the Mixed Doubles 70’s age group, and was asked by Mr Brownson to bring my medal on my next visit, he showed the medal to his colleagues, I felt very proud (and a little embarrassed!!).

Mr Peter Brownson – a very special person with a very special talent and personality.
Thank you Mr PB from Mrs P Bentham (Age 71)."

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