The Shoulder is one of the most complex, mobile, and often injured joints in the body. With 5 articulations which determine mobility, stability and strength, it’s easy to see why the shoulder girdle can become a challenge whether you’re an elite athlete, your job depends on lifting or reaching or you just want to throw a ball or swim a few laps.
In this webinar we will discuss how to briefly assess the 5 joints of the shoulder girdle complex and suggest a hierarchy with regards to treatment and rehab exercises. Followed by an assessment of the fascial LINKS to the cervical, thoracic and sternum/rib cage.
Finally, we will illustrate the importance of specific anatomy and how to improve patient/athlete outcomes. Don’t ignore the specifics! Address the details.
– Describe the relational anatomy of the 5 joints of the shoulder complex.
– Recognize how Micro-movement dictates Macro-movement.
– Identify shoulder pain and how to keep the shoulder mobile and increase ROM, if limited.
– Demonstrate 5 best exercises for shoulder stability and strength.
– Relate Fascia and Tensegrity and how they apply to the shoulder.
– Review Osteo-articular pumping introduction.
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Continuing Education available for: Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapy, Doctor of Chiropractic, Occupational Therapy
Instructional Level: Essential
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Content disclosure: This course does not focus on any product or service.
Materials / prerequisite needed: N/A
Global thinking about exercise prescription – 5 min
What are the 5 joints? – 10 min
Which is the most important? – 3 min
Assessment overview – 5 min
Fascia Link – 8 min
Rehab, Exercises – 25 min
Overview and wrap up, references and further information – 5 min
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