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Sporting Shoulder Course

Course:Level 4
Date:

2pm to 7pm

6th, 7th & 8th Jan 2019

Location:
Cost:AUD $825.00
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Description

Lyn Watson’s Sporting Shoulder Course

Presented by

Lyn Watson, Simon Balster, Sarah Warby & Ross Lenssen

Shoulder Physiotherapists, Melbourne, Australia


This course can be attended by any qualified Physiotherapist, who is certified with their national board and has professional indemnity insurance that covers them during professional development courses. 

The first question asks whether you are an Australian qualified Physiotherapis. Canadian, American or European Physiotherapits should tick “YES” to this question.


if you have any questions please email course@LWShoulderPhysio.com


Topics Covered:

 

The Hypermobile Athlete

  • Incidence, epidemiology & impact of GHJ hypermobility on the traumatic & micro-traumatic sporting population
    • How to assess for hypermobility & how does this impact on the rehabilitation & management of the sporting shoulder?
    • How dynamic instability leads to rotator cuff overload & how to differentiate this diagnosis from impingement
    • How this commonly presents in overhead athletes – Swimmers, Throwers, Rock climbers & Gym enthusiasts!!!
    • Dynamic stability of the shoulder assessment techniques
    • A structured progression of rehabilitation for the athletic shoulder
    • Demonstration of the Watson Rehabilitation Programme
      • This rehabilitation programme has been shown in a randomized controlled trial to create significant functional improvement in patients with shoulder instability

 

Rotator Cuff Overload in the Hypermobile Athlete

  • How dynamic instability leads to rotator cuff overload & how to differentiate this diagnosis from impingement
  • How this commonly presents in overhead athletes – Swimmers, Throwers, Rock climbers & Gym enthusiasts!!!

Practical Session -

  • Dynamic stability of the shoulder assessment techniques
  • A structured progression of rehabilitation for the athletic shoulder
  • Demonstration of the Watson Rehabilitation Programme
    • This rehabilitation programme has been shown in a randomized controlled trial to create significant functional improvement in patients with shoulder instability

 

Traumatic Instability

  • Anterior Traumatic Instability – Management strategies including conservative & operative management
  • Dilemma’s & problems commonly encountered -
    • Instability in the older age group dislocation
    • What to do with stiffness?
    • When is it safe to return to throwing?
    • Shoulder pathologies encountered and sometimes missed in the sporting shoulder (in particular Posterior Instability & SLAP lesions) assessment & management pathways

 

Posterior Capsule Tightness

  • How often does the posterior capsule really get stiff?
  • Assessment for posterior capsule tightness & how to pick the false positive
  • Posterior Instability Assessment
  • SLAP Assessment
  • Posterior Instability Rehabilitation

Practical Session

  • Assessment for posterior capsule tightness & how to pick the false positive
  • Posterior Instability Assessment
  • SLAP Assessment
  • Posterior Instability Rehabilitation
 

Advanced Assessment & Rehabilitation of The Shoulder

  • Strength Testing in the Clinic: Equipment, Screening/Baseline Assessment, Return to Sport Assessment, Adjustment of Strength & Conditioning aims, Load Management
  • Total Body Integration for whole body sporting performance
  • Advanced Rehabilitation – End Stage Rehabilitation & Proprioceptive Re-Training
  • Functional Sporting Rehabilitation that can be tailored for all sports
  • Assessment & Management Strategies
  • Best Evidence Practice for Post-Operative Rehabilitation Programmes
  • Post Op Rehabilitation Programme for Rotator Cuff Repairs
  • Taping Techniques for the Shoulder

Traumatic Rotator Cuff Tears

  • Assessment & Management Strategies
  • Best Evidence Practice for Post-Operative Rehabilitation Programmes

 

Practical Session

  • Post Op Rehabilitation Programme for Rotator Cuff Repairs
  • Taping Techniques for the Shoulder


© Lyn Watson & Simon Balster: Shoulder Physiotherapists 2018

Shoulder Course Booking Policy

  1.  We reserve the right to cancel a course without notice.
  2.  If a course is cancelled you will be refunded only the registration cost in full.
  3.  If you are unable to attend please cancel your registration. You may be subject to a cancellation fee, or forfeit your course fee entirely.
  4.  It is the participant’s responsibility to ensure you have a current & valid National Physiotherapy Registration
  5.  All course participants should hold current Professional Physiotherapy Liability
    Insurance. (for the practical component of this course)
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