Spring 2005
Getting a Painful Shoulder Ship-Shape

It's the final game in the final set. You're at ad-in… you reach up to ace your final tennis serve and—OWW! There's a stabbing pain in your shoulder. It's your old friend, tendinitis, back again to make every movement a pain in the joint.

You've had this problem before, and you've tried various remedies that worked temporarily. But the pain keeps coming back. Maybe it's time to ask your doctor for a referral to Ahlbin Rehabilitation Centers for some serious shoulder therapy.

Ahlbin Centers' Shoulder Rehabilitation Program is conducted by a team of physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and clinical exercise physiologists, all with special training and expertise in shoulder reconditioning.

"Whatever the cause of your shoulder discomfort, therapy can reduce your pain; improve your strength, joint stability, and function; help you regain easy shoulder motion; and most especially, help prevent future injuries," says Peter Ronai, MS, CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), RCEP (Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist). "At Ahlbin Rehabilitation Centers Shoulder Program, that is our entire goal."