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How to Alleviate Shoulder Pain Naturally
October 21, 2019 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Does performing simple, everyday tasks such as getting dressed or washing your hair cause you shoulder or elbow pain? Are you unable to play tennis or cards without an increase in shoulder or elbow pain?
In this free workshop, licensed physical therapist, Denise Schwartz, will show you how to heal your shoulder pain naturally so you can get back to doing the things you love.
In Just 1-Hour, You Will Learn:
- The 3 main causes of shoulder pain
- The #1 mistake people make with shoulder pain
- Tips to help ease shoulder pain and other types of pain
- How to heal naturally
What people are saying about healing their shoulder pain at The Manual Touch:
“I’m a pediatric physical therapist and I was taking a yoga teacher training. My left shoulder and neck were getting progressively tighter and eventually pain was keeping me up at night. I knew I wanted treatment from a very knowledgeable PT with good manual skills and someone who excelled at evaluating postural and functional issues. Denise is that person and she corrected my biomechanics with exercises and manual therapy. There are only a few PT’s that possess skills like Denise. I’m happy to report that I am pain free and sleeping through the night, pain free during yoga. I can’t thank Denise enough, she’s awesome.”
– Gail M Buffalo Grove July 2018
“When I decided to try the Manual Touch instead of one of the larger therapy companies I was experiencing severe pain in my right arm. My Physician had tried various methods to help me but after it was determined, by the use of a CT Scan, that I had a tear in my Rotator Cuff, he suggested I try P.T. before resorting to surgery.
Because I had heard of very good outcomes from people that had used Denise’s wonderfully healing hands I felt this was the best place for me. I was right. She began by helping me to use my arm in various situations with the least amount of pain. Buckling my seat belt, getting dressed, and opening doors was an almost impossible feat until she helped me navigate my way through.
It took a number of treatments, a lot of doing the homework she prescribed but, sure enough, the pain finally gave way to discomfort instead. What a relief. I have stopped treatment now but if I need to go back, I know that The Manual Touch is the right place for me.”
– Betty G. Highland Park July 2017
Want to join us?
Licensed physical therapist, Denise Schwartz, will be on site at The Northbrook YMCA from 11:15am – 12:15pm to talk about shoulder pain.
Call 847-272-7250 or register on line at www.nsymca.org or more information contact Karen Brownlee at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Denise Schwartz
The workshop will be taught at The Manual Touch Physical Therapy by licensed physical therapist, Denise Schwartz. Denise has over 25 years of experience and specializes in treating low back pain and sciatica using a holistic approach. By discovering the root cause of pain, she provides natural healing options for her patients.