Out testimonials come from real people just like you. Here’s a Rotater testimonial we just received from Dr. Carlos Guerra, Jr.
I have had shoulder problems for nearly 20 years. I have torn (partial) my left rotator cuff once but my right one three times.
I have “rehabbed” my shoulder to health on all 4 occasions. It took a few months but I was successful. I started playing tennis a little over 3 years ago, after not playing for 30 years. To my surprise, I still played well and played in 4.0-4.5 range.
About 3 months ago, I started experiencing right shoulder pain. I tried to lay off tennis for 10 days and again for 7 days without success. I decided to lay off for at least a month until I completely rehabbed my shoulder. I learned about “resistance stretching” and that helped tremendously. My next-door neighbor is an orthopedic surgeon and informed me about stretching my shoulder without weight training until the pain subsides. He suspected that I probably had another partial tear of my right shoulder rotator cuff and/or partial labrum tear. Once the pain subside, I can strengthen the shoulder with weight training.
I returned to Yoga on a consistent basis and added the resistance stretching. I was looking for myofascial release exercises and ran across your product. I watched your video and felt that your product would be excellent to help me fully recover from my injury.
Your tool helped me immensely. I followed your video on how to stretch my shoulder but also followed your suggestion to try different positions that would be more applicable to my situation. I was able to “simulate” positions that I use in tennis and your tool helped me stretch my shoulder in ways that I could not do by myself.
I am convinced that without my rigorous rehab, I was destined for shoulder surgery. My total rehab time was about 2 months. Shoulder surgery would have kept me off the tennis court for at least 4 to 6 months. I am very pleased with your product. I would recommend your product to anyone suffering from shoulder pain with the one caveat that they receive clearance from their physician that stretching would benefit their shoulder pain. Keep up the good work.”