What challenges do you face when you're treating shoulder pain?
Welcome with Dr Kamkar (Shoulder Specialist Physio) to help you with an area that a lot of therapists struggle with – the shoulder. First though, we'd like you to tell us what would you like to know about shoulder pain?
Let us know your biggest challenge with shoulder pain patients, so we can make sure we include exactly what you need in this upcoming free consultation. We'll be reading every single response to the survey, and including the answers to your questions in the consultation.
The Shoulder: Steps to Success online course
After the webinar, we'll also be opening registration on the new and improved online course with Jo Gibson The Shoulder: Steps to Success online course.
There's been a lot of recent research around the shoulder, and Jo is continuing to develop new practical strategies to treat shoulder pain. We've recorded a lot of new material for The Shoulder: Steps to Success online course, so you can use the latest strategies with your shoulder pain patients. This will all be available to you when you register for The Shoulder: Steps to Success online course.
The brand new material in the course will include:
- A complete guide to frozen shoulder
- Irritable shoulder pain
- Calcific tendinitis - how can you recognise and treat this?
- Shoulder pain from the Cervical spine
- How to assess and treat nerve injuries in the shoulder
- Shoulder loading and strengthening in the gym
- Updates to much of the course material to include the latest developments & research
With this course, you will be able to:
* Confidently assess and rehabilitate patients with shoulder pain
* Overcome the common challenges and dilemmas you face when treating shoulder pain
* Use a ‘keeping it simple for the shoulder’ approach to assessment that guides rehabilitation
* Quickly identify where to start with your exercise selection
* Know when structural pathology is important in your treatment or requires other treatment
* Identify kinetic chain contributors to shoulder problems
* Incorporate simple and easy kinetic chain adaptations to shoulder exercises
* Maximise your success by applying key principles to your exercise prescription
Any time you want to improve your assessment & treatment of shoulder pain, you'll be able to login, find out the next steps to take and get the support you need to help your patients. Jo will be supporting you in the Facebook group, and we also run regular live Q&A's with Jo, where you can ask and have your questions answered.
You'll know exactly how to assess and treat patients with shoulder pain.
Please take a couple of minutes to answer this short survey, and let us know how we can help you with shoulder pain.