Evidence Based Evaluation, Diagnosis and Intervention of the Shoulder
Michael Reiman, PT, DPT, PhD, MEd, OCS, SCS, ATC, FAAOMPT, CSCS
Non-surgical and surgical intervention for the shoulder is complicated by the complexity of pathology and ever changing literature. This two-day course will equip the participant with the ability to differentially diagnose and treat various surgical and non-surgical shoulder conditions across various ages and activity levels. Participants will glean a greater understanding of surgical and non-surgical decision making, as well as post-surgical treatment strategies. Return to function and sport will also be detailed, including return to work and sport testing dependent on the specific individual you are treating.
- Refine and streamline your assessment and management of the most common shoulder problems
- Explore and describe shoulder anatomy, biomechanics, and pathology; as well as limitations as found in the literature.
- Explore best evidence for diagnosis, and treatment of various shoulder pathologies across the spectrum of heterogeneous patients.
- Prescribe and implement various levels of exercise programs, including progression/regression of exercises as well as workload monitoring.
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