Online Workshop

[Free] Shoulder Pain Workshop

Date: Monday, April 24, 2023 | Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Dr. Jordan Hove PT, DPT

Jordan Hove is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and shoulder pain specialist at our Baraboo location. He received his bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Jordan grew up in River Falls, WI, a small town on the western edge of Wisconsin near the Twin Cities. Jordan has a passion for better understanding of chronic pain and helping others understand what pain is and how to best combat it in order to continue to move and enjoy life

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What you will learn:

  • The most common causes of shoulder pain and stiffness
  • The #1 biggest mistake people suffering with shoulder pain make
  • What to do if your shoulder doesn’t get better, even when you rest it
  • What a rotator cuff tear is, and the pros and cons of surgery vs. other treatment
  • A sure-fire way to pick the right course of action for your pain and/or stiffness

Everyone who attends will be given my best selling book
“The Truth About Shoulder Pain: The Hidden Culprits” FREE

Who is this free workshop for?

  • Anyone having difficulty reaching overhead or behind your back
  • Anyone with difficulty sleeping on your sides due to shoulder pain
  • Anyone with trouble lifting, throwing, or reaching due to shoulder pain or stiffness

How to Register

Click the button below or call 608-742-9356 to save your spot in the workshop. Space is limited, so register now to save your seat.


At the time of my accident, I was 75 years old. I was painting the roof of a school bus. I fell from a ladder and broke my neck. After seeing five different doctors, I was told I was as good as I was going to get. I could not raise my arm above my shoulder or look right or left. I made an appointment with New Life and that was when my recovery began. I can now ride my motorcycle, do yard work, and most other things I enjoy (I have not tried golf yet). I can now do many things I could not do without pain after the accident. I can raise my arm above my head and look right and left. I take very little meds, and that I am very grateful for. Thanks New Life.


I injured my shoulder at work. After several months, I was introduced to New Life Physical Therapy. The guys were great!! Took into account my injury type, quickly got me on a low stress, very easy exercise routine that enabled me to quickly heal and gain use of my shoulder again.


Well, to start off, I am 71 years young – I was 71 years old before coming to Kris for my shoulder dislocation. Then my foot locked in place. I received professional help with Mary Rose. I found that I can and do trust in Mary Rose’s advice and care for me, now 71 years young and not afraid of life now. I can now do all I want with a break every so often – I am happy, very happy! Thank you Mary Rose, Kris, and New Life!


I was having a lot of pain in my left shoulder and arm, to the point of not being able to hold anything for too long in that hand. It was affecting my workouts and daily activities. At that point, I contacted New Life and started working with Kris. She really worked with me to get my shoulder back to where it was originally. I really enjoyed my sessions with Kris because she listened to the issues I was having and included me in the decisions that were made regarding my shoulder. She also gave me a lot of helpful stretches to do at home. Now my shoulder is back to normal and I am back to doing my workouts again! I am so thankful for New Life and would definitely recommend them to anyone who is in need of physical therapy!


My wife came to the FREE Shoulder seminar and talked me into coming to New Life about my shoulder. I had pain and could not lift my arm up above my shoulder. I was a success story with the help of Jordan and Samantha. I can sleep again and have full use of my arm. I’m gaining strength everyday, as long as I keep up with the exercises I was taught to do.