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Online Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Pain Workshop

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This 6-week workshop is for anyone suffering from rotator cuff/shoulder pain and wants to heal naturally without medications, injections or surgery.

When is the workshop held?

Thursdays at 12:00pm PDT

How long is each class in the workshop?

Each class will be up to one hour long.

What will the workshop provide?

• Professional guidance and detailed instruction of exercises.

• Specific recommendations for Self Myofascial Release.

• Corrective Exercises that target proper function of the rotator cuff and shoulders.

• Thorough explanation about why posture is important and how it can be used to your advantage.

• Progression of exercises.

• New Exercises each week.

What makes this different from other classes or workshops?

Posture, muscle coordination, and muscle memory. Many treatment programs for Rotator Cuff and Shoulder pain don’t focus on proper muscle coordination of the spine, ribs and shoulders. This class covers why this is important and how to properly progress your body with corrective exercises and self-myofascial release techniques.

Who is teaching the class?

Isaac Osborne LMT, ASI, AET, XPT Coach. Isaac has had a full-time practice for over 20 years, focusing on Posture and Chronic Pain. More about Isaac HERE

What do people have to say about their shoulder pain and working with Isaac?

Transformative—that’s the word I would use to describe Isaac’s work.  I initially saw him for a severe case of plantar fasciitis.  Insoles, physical therapy and home remedies had done nothing to resolve the problem, but a series of office visits and an in-home exercise program literally got me back on my feet again.  Most recently, Isaac has helped me with chronic arm and shoulder pain, the result of years of playing tennis.  He designed a ‘short and sweet’ stretching and strengthening routine that enables me to be on the court pain free.  Thank you Isaac! -Susan M.

“For quite some time, I felt a tightness and pain in my left shoulder. I mentioned it to Isaac and he made various suggestions to me and had me do certain exercise which he thought would give me relief.  One consisted of having me stand against a wall my arms held outstretched to my sides similar to the Unsportsmanlike Conduct hand signal in football. While not very pleasant to do, I noticed that after I did the exercises for a while, under his watchful eye, as well as some others he suggested, the pain diminished and then went away completely.” -S. Frank

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