March 1, 2014

Shoulder Injury
In January 2012, I tore my rotator cuff and muscle in left arm. Surgery was needed to repair this injury. After 8 weeks of recovery, I started physical therapy at the U of R Medical Center. This lasted for three months, working the muscle and shoulder every day. This got me to full range of motion in my arm; however, I only had 30% strength. In the process of protecting the injured arm, I had strained the muscles in my other arm. Since I had full range of motion, the Medical Center released me. Realizing that I had much more to do to regain strength in the injured arm and avoid surgery for the other arm, I decided to research who would be the best in the field for physical therapy. I decided to work with Bob Bovee and the first thing he did was a total workup analysis of my injuries. He had to take into consideration my back issues and carpel tunnel issues. And then he put together a program of strength training, stretching and cardio. After 8 months of working with him 3 times per week, I am extremely happy to report that not only do I look and feel much better but the strength in my injured arm is now at 80% and my other arm has fully recovered from the strained muscles. I also have lost 15 lbs since January 2013. I would highly recommend Bob to anyone who is in need of a dedicated, knowledgeable professional trainer specializing in Exercise/Fitness Therapy. Bob is the best!
Thank you, Bob, for all that you have done for me. Looking forward to continuing my journey to become a 100%!

Last Modified: June 17, 2014