When Pete Bishop arrived for his one-year appointment with Dr. Michael Loeb, following his total shoulder replacement surgery, he brought a picture that left him in awe.
Pete was hanging upside down from a cave wall.
Prior to his surgery, the pain in Pete’s left shoulder was so excruciating that he could barely hold a glass of water. He was an avid rock climber and he knew surgery may keep him from his favorite sport. But the pain was too much to bear and surgery was a must.
Yet, one year later, Pete was not only pain-free in his left shoulder… he was also back rock climbing.