Having shoulder surgery is only a part of regaining your shoulder function. After the surgery, you’ll probably be faced with several weeks of physical therapy.
That’s a good thing.
What’s not a good thing is losing the shoulder range of motion in between your physical therapy visits. This is why many of our clients find the ROTATER so helpful … maintaing their shoulder range of motion.
Recovering from Shoulder Surgery
I had my surgery on Jan 8th 2014 and started PT on Jan 22nd. I had a massive rotator cuff tear, torn labrum, and bicep tenodesis repair.
Having been through this surgery before on my left shoulder in 2007 I knew that internal and external rotation were going to be my biggest challenge. That is why I ordered the ROTATER.
I would like to thank you for making such a good product. I go to PT 3 days a week but had no way of working internal/external exercises on my own. The ROTATER allowed me to do this effectively with the shoulder relaxed. I love it.
I’ve had it for about two weeks and can honestly say it has made a huge difference already. I love that you can use in all planes of motion. I also found different ways to use it that feel ready good for my shoulder. I even look forward to using after my rehab to keep my shoulders loose. Thanks again for helping me get back to normal.
Very satisfied customer”