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Attention Rotator Cuff Pain Sufferers, Free Event For You

New Rotator Cuff Workshop Reveals How to
Get Back to Normal Without Medications,
Injections and Surgery

December

14

Tuesday, December 14th

6:00 PM
Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists
72980 Fulton St. Suite B, Armada, MI 48005
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***Because of space limitations, this event is limited to the first 20 people who sign up...

Go to the Rotator Cuff Pain Workshop and Learn:

1

The Single Worst Position to Sleep in That Causes BIG Problems in the Shoulder and Rotator Cuff...

2

The #1 Biggest Mistake People Suffering with Shoulder Pain Make Which Surprisingly Can Lead to Rotator Cuff Surgery...

3

The Common Causes of Rotator Cuff Problems...

4

The Top 3 Exercises for the Rotator Cuff

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Spots are limited and will go fast. Reserve your spot now!

Sarah Zanotti

Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists

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:

1

Reach up high?

2

Lift something heavy?

3

Reach behind your back?

4

Sleep at night?

5

Reach into the back seat?

6

Do work around the house or yard?

7

Get dressed?

What Do Others Have To Say About The Rotator Cuff Pain Workshop?

"My body is a walking testimonial of challenges. My first visit to Plymouth Physical Therapy was for sciatic nerve, followed by plantar fasciitis, followed by a broken arm, arthritis in the neck, another broken arm. Due to my arm being in a cast, my neck was compromised and I returned for the neck again. Each experience has brought me to Plymouth Physical Therapy. The therapists here have manipulated my muscles to relieve the pain. They taught me exercises to take home for long term relief. Recently I was on vacation in Alabama when after a long car ride my sciatica acted up and numbed my foot. I performed the exercises I was taught and was relieved of the pain. I know people that skip the physical therapy portion prescribed by their doctors. DON’T. It is a very important part of the healing process. Sarah and Alyssa and the support staff are an integral part of my healing. Thank you for all that you do."

Kathy S.

"Being a nurse myself, I’m more critical of other healthcare professionals. I look for compassionate caring people I feel I can trust to do their job well. I was impressed with Sarah and the other therapists and techs from day one. They are all caring and gentle but to some degree task masters. Without them I would have required shoulder surgery for the third time, this time on my left shoulder. Since I’d gone through surgery and PT before, it was not something I wanted to repeat. It’s a long process, but when your ability to sleep comfortably is compromised and your ADL’s are compromised as well, you feel there is no choice. So, I am greatly appreciative of these healthcare professionals who “saved” me and would highly recommend them."

Louise W.

We have limited spots available that will fill up fast, so sign up now to avoid missing out.

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