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March 04, 2021  
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    Novel Night Time Healing is Key to Shoulder Pain Relief


    August 08, 2011

    Source: 24/7 Press Release

    A good night's sleep and just five minutes of daily exercise are keys to reversing the debilitating cycle of shoulder pain.

    That's the prescription of Dr. Michael Carroll, M.D., inventor of ROTATORELIEVER (www.rotatoreliever.com), a patent-pending medical device that's guaranteed to relieve and even heal the shoulder pain suffered by millions of people annually.

    Key to its effectiveness is reversing the cycle of rotator cuff injures that occur while sleeping, posits Dr. Carroll. "Our device works by releasing pinching (impingement) in the tendon area of the rotator cuff where most problems occur. As a result, healing blood flow is increased to the damaged area while the patient is asleep at night."
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    The ROTATORELIEVER:

  • Guarenteed to relieve shoulder pain.
  • May even heal the shoulder.
  • Releases pinching in the tendon area of the rotator cuff.

  • The innovative night time healing, coupled with a five minute daily easy-to-do exercise program, accounts for an unprecedented satisfaction rate in clinical testing and patient trials of the device.

    The simplicity and affordability ($129.95 plus shipping/handling) of ROTATORELIEVER are factors Dr. Carroll feels are attractive. Plus, there's a money back guarantee that when used properly, shoulder pain will disappear within 5-6 weeks of using the device.

    He explains that the focus of his device is on healing the rotator cuff, not all the muscles that surround it. "Strengthening the shoulder muscles can actually lead to a muscle imbalance in the complex movements of the shoulder that can increase the discomfort."

    ROTATORELIEVER'S creator can identify with the over 40 million people in the U.S. alone who suffer from crippling shoulder pain. A long time lacrosse player and coach, it was his own shoulder injury and some sleepless nights, wracked by some of the same shoulder discomfort of his patients, that provided the inspiration for the device.

    With some 36 million people (90% of those afflicted with shoulder pain) suffering from rotator tendonitis, ROTATORELIEVER is a viable alternative to surgery for rotator cuff remediation. Fewer than 40,000 rotator cuff repairs are the result of yearly surgery performed in the U.S.

    Photo: David Goehring

    Last updated: 08-Aug-11

       
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