When my Emergency Room Doctor sent me to Bill Olson I had to use my left hand to raise my right hand to be able to shake hands. I spent ten months working with Bill and came away with an estimated 90% plus range of movement in my right shoulder. Now, years later, I have what feels like to me 100% range of movement in my right shoulder. What I liked best about working with Bill was his quick mind in figuring out what needed to be done and his flexibility in continuing to problem solve as we progressed with my treatment. I’ve done range of movement exercises since I was a young boy and continue to do them today at age 75, half of those exercises come from my days as a four sport athlete at Michigan State University and the other half come from Bill. I think of Bill as a consummate professional as well as a man that I both like and respect. Looking back, my time with Bill was fun because we made it fun. His lasting advice: CJ, you have to learn the difference between “good pain” and “bad pain” because your willingness to accept pain as opposed to knowing when pain is telling you to seek help is critically important. Bill reminds me of my linebacker coach at Michigan State who told me I had to learn the difference between an “owie” and an injury. Which reminds me of an old saying: There is a fine line between courage and stupidity. The challenge is to figure out which side of that line you are on and why. If I were to need help again the first person I would call is Bill and I have recommended Bill to every person I thought he could help. Bill is a good person doing good things to help people.