Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to
:1) Theorize how the normal mechanics of glenohumeral motion are altered with the formation of capsular adhesions. 2) List four medical conditions that are associated with the development of a frozen shoulder and must be identified in the medical screening. 3) Define the term “fixed” action patterns and determine how these patterns are modified to produce functional impairments of the shoulder complex. 4) Compare and contrast integrated neuromotor control strategies, upper extremity ranger use, applied manual therapy techniques, and functional training modules to manage patients with frozen shoulder based on video observations. 5) Determine the effectiveness of arthroscopic lysis of glenohumeral adhesions based on video observation of the procedure and long-term study result 6) Judge the sensitivity of two functional outcomes tools that can measure patient progress.
PT CEU’s: Motivations Inc is an approved provider of Physical Therapy continuing education by these professional bodies: Texas Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, ILDPR- Illinois Department of Professional Regulation Approved PT CE Sponsor, NY- New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions. Many state boards recognize these for pre-approval purposes. Contact us if you would like verification for your state. This course has been approved by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy for 3 hours of training.
OT CEU’s: Motivations, Inc. webinars are approved for AOTA CEU's Distance Learning: Interactive.
Motivations, Inc. is an approved CEU provider by NATA BOC.
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