But that was almost 20 years ago .. thankfully they’ve made huge strides in shoulder surgery techniques. Recently, my dad (who is 73) had rotator cuff surgery as an outpatient … with only 3 little incisions. All I can think is “wow” … especially when I look at my 7 inch scar.
Times … they are “a changing” 🙂 .. and so is shoulder rehab.
One of our clients sent us the following email to share how he used the Rotater during his rehab from rotator cuff surgery.
“…The Rotater is responsible for my accelerated recovery …”
Just an update for you. I had surgery for two torn, detached rotator cuff tendons on June 13th.
I began the slow process of therapy 6 weeks later. About the end of July I purchased The Rotater. While I have no proof, I believe The Rotater is responsible for my accelerated recovery.
I use it daily, sometimes twice daily. I am now 5 months post surgery. Therapists said I was well ahead of schedule in my recovery and released me to continue on my own. I am back to hitting tennis balls against a backboard and will soon be rallying on the courts. I am also practicing my serve, which is the toughest part of any rotator cuff recovery. I expect to be playing again by the new year. I guess the “proof” is in the results.
Thank you for The Rotater and the weekly newsletter.”
Joe sends and update on his shoulder performance
I notified Joe that his testimonial had been published and he responded with this update:
It gets better… I had surgery in July 2012. One year later after extensive therapy and daily use of the Rotater I played in my first post surgery tennis tournament.
My first match was a 3 1/2 hour singles match. The shoulder was fine. All told I played 11 hours of tennis in three days without any shoulder issues.
I continue to use the Rotater to stretch the shoulder before I play.”
The Rotater works … it’s really that simple … BUT you don’t have to take our word for it. READ our client testimonials. OH … and if you want to receive our TOP 10 newsletter that Joe was talking about (above), then just “click” on the graphic below.