Joint Mechanix set to reveal the Rotater to Athletic Trainers in St. Louis
June 11, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsJoint Mechanix, LLC, the creators of the Rotater, will be in St. Louis (June 17-21, 2008) at the National Athletic Trainers Association's annual conference to demonstrate and answer questions about their
shoulder rehab and stretching device.
Originally developed as a way to supplement shoulder rehab, the Rotater has been welcomed by athletes desiring a way to stretch and maximize their shoulder performance. Derek Highly, a PGA teaching professional says, “By using the Rotater for only a few minutes a day, stretching my shoulder both internally and externally, I have been able to see a measurable difference in the range of motion in my shoulder. This has transferred over to a wider, more efficient and more powerful turn in my golf swing.”
Scott Kay and Chris Melton, the owners of Joint Mechanix have just returned from Indianapolis where they were demonstrating the Rotater at the American College of Sports Medicine's annual convention. Melton says, “The ACSM show was great for us. More and more medical and sports professionals are recognizing how the Rotater can benefit their shoulder patients and their athletes."
Tamara Copes, M.S, ATC, LAT, says, “I spent two years with the LSU volleyball and tennis programs as well as a year with the University of Louisiana of Lafayette volleyball and softball programs. With all of these teams playing overhead sports, I spent a lot of time stretching their arms and shoulders. If I had had the Rotater, then my time could have been freed up to work on other important things. “
The Rotater is currently being used by golf professionals, tennis professionals, MLB players, NFL players, long-drive professionals as well as many amateur athletes.
Joint Mechanix LLC was founded in 2007 to market ‘The Rotater’, a shoulder rehab and stretching device designed to increase the flexibility and range of motion (ROM) of the shoulder in order to maximize shoulder performance.
If you would like more information about the Rotater or to schedule an interview with Scott Kay, the inventor of the Rotater, then please call (334) 524-1810, email Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website –