Attention Rotator Cuff Pain Sufferers! Free Rotator Cuff Workshop
“New Rotator Cuff Workshop Reveals How to Get Back to Normal Without Medications, Injections and Surgery...”
Thursday, Nov 05th
1425 S Columbia Road Grand Forks, ND 58201
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Go to the Rotator Cuff Workshop and Learn:
The Single Worst Position to Sleep in That Causes BIG Problems in the Shoulder and Rotator Cuff...
The #1 Biggest Mistake People Suffering with Shoulder Pain Make Which Surprisingly Can Lead to Rotator Cuff Surgery...
The Common Causes of Rotator Cuff Problems...
The Top 3 Exercises for the Rotator Cuff...
Who is the Workshop For?
The Rotator Cuff Workshop is for people suffering with shoulder pain who are looking to feel normal again and heal naturally without medications, injections and surgery.
Do you have shoulder pain when you:
Reach up high?
Lift something heavy?
Reach behind your back?
Sleep at night?
Reach into the back seat?
Do work around the house or yard?
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If you do AND you’re looking for Natural, Non-Invasive Treatment, then Save Your Spot for the Rotator Cuff Workshop by filling in your name and information.
***Because of space limitations, the Rotator Cuff Workshop is limited to the first 20 Registrants...
What Do Others Have To Say About The Rotator Cuff Workshop?
"My problem was torn muscles on my left shoulder rotator cuff. Now these muscles got torn over a period of years. O lets say 3 years ago is when I first started to notice the pain in my shoulder. I just passed it off for a strained muscle. Wrong thing to do for 3 years. After taking bottles of Ibuprofen along with many painful nights trying to sleep, I was miserable, aching, loss of sleep man. Now as time went on I noticed that my work was getting harder, i.e. lifting tables and chairs became impossible. I started dropping them with hardly any control not to say that my hands began to shake as well. Something had to be done I could no longer function this way. So a Dr. Visit to Valley Bone and Joint with Dr. Mike Kruger. Well after an Xray and MRI to confirm Dr. Mike’s prediction earlier. It was those torn muscles. So on May 15th this guy went for an operation under the skillful hands of Dr. Robert Claybourgh. Okay after 4 days shy of a month in a sling I started the long road to therapy and this is where Lori Holte entered the scene. Now it was rather tough at first and there were times in my thoughts to say enough is enough. But I knew for my own good to stick with it and I did just that. I had a wonderful experience with Lori at Achieve Therapy. Now Gary the other guy who filled in was different. I called him the arm pit digger and that was a tough couple of times with him working on me. But it was for my own good. So weeks of therapy visits over the summer months along with home exercise program with my 1lb can of baked beans, rubber bands, and rolling balls up and down walls. I am very happy of the outcome. I am back to work as a custodian for UND. However I have to do the work differently. Such as handle lighter loads, no lifting out to the side, or reaching over my head, and keeping my elbows close to my body to lift objects. I strongly recommend doing everything that was on my therapy program and more. It is worth every penny to get my life back without pain and discomfort. So hats off to Achieve Therapy and the Doctors at Valley Bone and Joint."
I want you to know I am completely satisfied with the shoulder PT that I received from James Zotto this spring. My goal was to be able to return to playing tennis and golf, and to become relatively pain-free while doing either activity. I continue doing the PT routine James gave me, to this day. As of about 2 weeks ago, I am COMPLETELY PAIN-FREE in ALL activities I do, whether sports-related or just normal daily activity.
After a reverse shoulder replacement (at the U of M) on my right shoulder, Cliff at Achieve Therapy was recommended to me by a few local veterans he had helped. We started out with routine physical therapy. After a short time it became evident that infection has set in on my shoulder. It then became impossible for Cliff to continue with my physical therapy. In the months to follow, and after 8 surgical debridements, it became evident that the only way to stop the spread of the injection was to remove the right shoulder joint. At this point I found myself back at Achieve Therapy, but this time with no shoulder. I remember Cliff’s interview asking me what my goals for recovery were. At this point the muscles in my shoulder were so weak from all those surgeries that I was unable to even lift the weight of my own hand. I remember telling Cliff that I’d like to be able to pick up a bale of hay and slap a sharp salute for my veteran’s activities. In the months to follow we were able to achieve those goals and much more. My hats off to Achieve Therapy for their willingness to work with Veterans and their care outside of the VA. Thank you Achieve Therapy!