This course will provide the scientific and clinical rational for the use of a nine phase neuromotor control rehabilitation protocol that includes: mobilization techniques, therapeutic exercises, and functional movement re-education training modules. The rehabilitation algorithm is designed to provide for the efficient and effective delivery of physical therapy care to rehabilitate acute and chronic shoulder dysfunction, prevent reoccurrence, and optimize performance of daily, recreational, work, or sports activity.Diagnostic criteria and phased rehabilitation protocols will be presented. An extensive evidenced based reference list will be provided as well as detailed manual outlining course content. Hands-on demonstrations are scheduled to observe manual therapy and rehabilitation techniques.
Content is relevant to the following diagnosed medical conditions: Adhesive Capsulitis, Bursitis, Rotator Cuff Impingement Syndromes, Bicipital Tendon Dysfunction, Scapula Dyskinesis, Rotator Cuff Tears, Glenohumeral Joint Instabilities Acromioclavicular Joint Dysfunction.
1. Understand the scientific rational for using functionally based movements and exercises to rehabilitate shoulder dysfunction.
2. Observe a movement and exercise algorithm to modulate pain, increase ROM, increase strength, improve postural awareness, and functionality.
3. Identify functional outcome measures to measure patient progress.
4. Add to their existing clinical skills: specific joint mobilization; advanced soft tissue techniques; therapeutic exercise, active therapeutic movement; glenohumeral stabilization; task specific training, UE Ranger, posture re-education, functional training; and movement re-education.
5. Identify and locate pertinent references for evidenced based practice.
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