“Back in 2007 I started experiencing pain in my right shoulder mostly at nights while sleeping. Being someone who loves to play golf this became a concern especially since several friends and my wife all had shoulder surgery.
I ended up seeing my doctor and found out I had bone spurs in my shoulder that were rubbing and irritating my rotator cuff. Of course after surgery there’s physical therapy. I was in physical therapy for about 2 months and everything went really well, but I wasn’t back to the same flexibility in my shoulder as before even though I continued to do the exercises.
At the Jan. 2008 PGS Merchandise show in Orlando, I was at the Rotater booth and listened to what Chris Melton had to say about the Rotater. Sounded interesting but I didn’t do anything at first.
After wallking around the show for awhile, I decided to buy one and give it a try.
I’ve been using the Rotater nearly everyday now and my shoulder flexibility has improved and is greater than before the shoulder surgery. As a golfer this is important for generating distance and control.”
Bill Raines – Kennedy Space Center, NASA