Back in Oct. 2010 on the Jimmy Kimmel show, Teri Hatcher revealed she had a frozen shoulder. As recently as this past May (2011), Teri is still having a difficult time as noted in this article – Teri Hatcher hits rock bottom with frozen shoulder.
What is frozen shoulder?
Sometimes it’s called adhesive capsulitis …. this video might help explain what it is and how to treat it.
The Dreaded Frozen Shoulder Solution – Manipulation Under Anesthesia
Here’s what happens:
- You are sedated
- Your doctor performs all the shoulder stretches you’ve been avoiding during physical therapy due to the pain
- The doctor is not inhibited by your screams of pain and forces the joint to “un-freeze”
A video is worth more than a thousand words:
The Rotater for Frozen Shoulder Relief
Many of our clients have had great results in overcoming frozen shoulder by adding the Rotater to their shoulder health program. These are their words:
“Thank heavens for my discovery of The Rotater. In therapy, the trained therapist could manipulate my arm to keep/increase rotation but on my own I wasn’t able to do that very well at all. Therapy, at $80/session, was getting expensive yet I knew I needed to keep up the rotational manipulation so that when the “thawing” began I would still have retained as much shoulder/arm function as possible. read more
Another happy Rotater customer:
“I was diagnosed with Adhesive Capsulitis and only 50-60% of normal external and internal rotation. Using the Rotater daily and combined with physical therapy I have progressed to 100% external rotation and 95% internal rotation in less than nine weeks. I have no pain and am back to playing tennis.” read more
Physical Therapist comment
“The Rotater itself has proved invaluable to my patients’ shoulders and their subsequent recovery. It has been used for a variety of overuse, sports, orthopedic, and post-surgical conditions to date, and on a large group of patients as well. Everyone from grandma with adhesive capsulitis to the major league baseball pitcher has reaped its benefits, and I look forward to many more.” read more
P.S. Does anyone know how to get in touch with Teri Hatcher?
We’d love to get a Rotater to Teri. We’ve tried to make contact a couple of times, but no response yet. If you know how to reach her, please let us know. Thanks 🙂