Yes, kind of like learning to walk again, but you'll be running before you know it. Once you learn this short shot and get the idea of "trapping" the ball (as you turn), you'll have an awesome pitch shot around the greens and a fall back if you start losing your full swing.
Another thing with this method... once learned, not much can go wrong. You can get back on board quickly. It's usually from not turning completely... and that usually leads to using the hands (old habit), so you take a few swings rotating and holding a solid impact shape... reminding the body of what you "want to do"...and start hitting solid again. Look at how many "practice" swings great players take just before taking a crucial shot. They're "recalling" and "reminding" the body of a previous time they took that shot. Then they step up and "do" what they were just practicing... they "trust" it. The body is not a machine and needs to be trained and reminded.
Move Less ... Get Good! DUPLESSISGOLF