United Kingdom | KIMS Hospital, Maidstone
A one day course
- To understand motor control at the shoulder girdle.
- To become competent in assessment of the shoulder girdle from a movement perspective and challenging the use of traditional orthopaedic tests
- To understand the role of physiotherapy versus surgical management.
- To develop treatment programmes for rehabilitation of the shoulder girdle.
This 1 day course aims to classify the complexity of shoulder instability and stratify appropriate management. There is a particular focus on assessing motor control of the shoulder girdle bringing current evidence and clinical experience aiming to prescribing the right exercises at the right stages to optimise function and stability. Participants will be taken through understating muscle recruitment patterns, structural deficits and the psychosocial factors to managing complex instability using clinical scenarios to help clinically reason, participants will be encouraged to be interactive and challenge current thinking.