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Physical Therapy of the Shoulder:: 30 Contact Hour Bundle Pack
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 30
Registration Fee: $390
Module One Objectives:
1. Identify the Nagi Model of Disablement.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the origins, purpose and content of the American Physical Therapists Association's Guide to physical therapy practice.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of osteokinematic and arthrokinematic movement of the shoulder.
Identify the three phases of shoulder movement.
Identify static stabilizers of the glenohumeral joint.
4. Identify dynamic stabilizers of the glenohumeral joint.
5. List the five phases of an overhand throw.
6. Explain the difference between professional and amateur pitchers, muscle firing sequence.
Identify the role of the long head of the biceps tendon in the glenohumeral mechanism.
7. Demonstrate knowledge of clinical symptoms, assessment and treatment of posterior capsule syndrome.
8. List the three scapular patterns related to shoulder injuries.
9. Explain the mechanism of injury for a type II SLAP Lesion in overhand throwing athletes.
10. Define SICK scapula.
11. Identify the “rotational unity rule”.
12. Identify the methods of measurement for horizontal adduction and glenohumeral internal/external rotation in various positions.
13. Identify five scapular mobilization techniques.
14. Identify 10 posterior -- inferior capsular stretching techniques.
15. Identify 15 back exercise.
16. Identify three scapular tabletop exercises.
17. Identify six shoulder wall exercises.
18. Identify The Six Back
19. Identify 12 mass movement patterns.
20. Identify the guidelines for an off-season upper extremity conditioning protocol for overhand throwing athletes.
21. Identify the 9 Level Rehabilitation throwing program.
22. Describe the rehab protocol for arthroscopic repair of a SLAP lesion in a throwing athlete.
23. Identify medical conditions that may refer pain to the shoulder complex.
24. Identify special test for glenohumeral stability, labral integrity, impingement, transverse humeral ligament and rotator cuff rupture.
25. Assess posture, mobility, accessory motion, musculotendinous strength, scapular stability, proprioception and kinesthesia of the shoulder complex.
Module Two Objectives:
At the end of this course the professional will be able to:
1. Identify the musculoskeletal, biomechanical, postural, occupational and neurologic relationship between the spine and shoulder girdle.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of home omohyoid syndrome, levator scapulae syndrome, droopy shoulder syndrome and snapping scapula syndrome.
3. Identify referred pain patterns of specific cervical intervertebral disks following diskography.
4. Identify the signs, symptoms and physician ordered tests for disk disease, nerve root irritations/compression and facet joint pain in the cervical and thoracic region.
5. Identify the signs, symptoms and physician ordered tests for rib injuries that refer pain and dysfunction to the shoulder.
6. Identify the lumbar spine and pelvic tissues capable of referring dysfunction to the shoulder.
7. List 6 physical signs of neural tissue involvement.
8. Identify the 2 types of referred pain.
9. Demonstrate knowledge of neural tissue provocation test technique from distal to proximal and proximal to distal.
10 Identify manual therapy treatment techniques of neural tissue.
11. Defined stenosis.
12. Describe the anatomic components of the thoracic outlet tunnel and potential risk factors for reduced total diameter within each component.
13. Identify dysfunctional reflexes and gender issues that can affect thoracic outlet tunnel diameter.
14. Describe conditions that may simulate or coexist with thoracic outlet syndrome.
15. Demonstrate knowledge of the Kabat sign.
16. Describe 5 objective tests for TOS.
17. Demonstrate knowledge of the Edgelow protocol for the treatment of thoracic outlet syndrome patients.
18. Explain and demonstrate the 5 parts of diaphragmatic breathing for patients.
19. Review the anatomy of the brachial plexus.
20. Review the segmental motor innervation of the muscles of the shoulder.
21. Identify the mechanism of injury for 11 brachial plexus injuries.
22. Identify 5 musculoskeletal injuries that cause secondary brachial plexus injuries.
23. Identify the 5 major degrees of nerve injury to determine the course of treatment, prognosis and relative timeframe for for recovery.
24. Review tests and measures appropriate for brachial plexus examinations.
25. Explain the difference between radiographic, electromyographic, and myelographic evaluations of brachial plexus lesions to their patients.
26. Identify the common primary neuromuscular and secondary musculoskeletal shoulder impairments associated with hemiplegia.
27. List 3 major categories of hypertonicity.
28. Identify the clinical signs and symptoms of the most common types of shoulder subluxation that occur frequently after stroke and or neurologic damage.
29. Identify the major features of the 4 most common types of shoulder pain in the hemiplegic patient.
30. Describe shoulder-hand syndrome as it relates to the hemiplegic.
31. Demonstrate knowledge of treatment interventions of the shoulder and arm in patients after a stroke.
Module 3 Objectives:
1. Identify the extrinsic factors of impingement syndrome.
2. Identify the intrinsic factors of impingement syndrome.
3. Identify the three stages of impingement and the principles of treatment.
4. Explain the difference between primary tensile overload and secondary tensile overload and how it relates to rotator cuff pathology.
5. Identify the primary cause of rotator cuff disease in athletes.
6. Discuss the role of the scapula as it relates to the glenohumeral joint.
7. Demonstrate knowledge of 12 open and closed chain exercises used in shoulder rehabilitation along with their progressions and rationale.
8. Discuss the difference between primary and secondary frozen shoulder.
9. Identify the 3 phases of a frozen shoulder.
10. Identify the purpose and results of 6 studies on the use of steroid injection and physical therapy for the frozen shoulder.
11. Identify the purpose and results of 9 studies on the use of physical therapy for the frozen shoulder.
12. Identify the purpose and results of 4 studies on the use of interscalene block or local anesthesia with physical therapy techniques.
13. Identify the purpose and results of 5 studies on the use of distension arthrography in the treatment of the frozen shoulder.
14. Identify the purpose and results of 10 studies on closed manipulation and arthroscopic or open release in treatment of the frozen shoulder.
15. Identify treatment objectives for all 3 phases of the frozen shoulder.
16. List four ways the rotator cuff muscles function to stabilize the glenohumeral joint.
17. Identify 6 etiologic factors associated with rotator cuff pathologic conditions.
18. Explain the difference between primary and secondary compressive disease as it relates to the shoulder/rotator cuff.
19. Define “undersurface” impingement.
20. Describe 3 different types of rotator cuff tears.
21. Clinically evaluate the shoulder for rotator cuff injury.
22. Discuss 3 nonoperative and postoperative rehabilitation principles of rotator cuff injury.
23. Identify 3 factors influencing the results of nonoperative rehabilitation of the rotator cuff.
24. List 10 warning signs, gathered during the history and interview that may indicate a possible visceral pathologic condition or disease.
25. List 12 questions that should be part of a standard interview, which will help detect visceral pathology or disease.
26. Explain 7 theories of visceral referred pain.
27. Identify the signs and symptoms of 14 types of viscera capable of referring pain to the shoulder.
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Module 1 Covers: Chapters 1 through 4
Chapter 1: The Guide to Practice
Chapter 2: Functional Anatomy and Mechanics
Chapter 3: Throwing Injuries
Chapter 4: Differential Soft Tissue Diagnosis
Module 2 Covers: Chapters 5 through 9
Chapter 5: Interrelationship of the Spine, Rib Cage and Shoulder
Chapter 6: Neural Tissue Evaluation and Treatment
Chapter 7: Neurovascular Consequences of Cumulative Trauma Disorders Affecting the Thoracic Outlet
Chapter 8: Evaluation and Treatment of Brachial Plexus Lesions
Chapter 9: The Shoulder in Hemiplegia
Module 3 Covers: Chapter 10 through Chapter 13
Chapter 10: Impingement Syndrome and Impingement-Related Instability
Chapter 11: Frozen Shoulder
Chapter 12: Etiology and Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Pathologic Conditions and Rehabilitation
Chapter 13: Visceral Referred Pain to the Shoulder
This bundle contains the following courses:
*Physical Therapy of the Shoulder Module 1 - 10 Contact Hours
*Physical Therapy of the Shoulder Module 2 - 10 Contact Hours
*Physical Therapy of the Shoulder Module 3 - 10 Contact Hours
This course utilizes text from a softback textbook by Robert A. Donatelli, PhD, PT, OCS “Physical Therapy of the Shoulder” Fourth Edition ©2004. Dr. Donatelli is a certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist with over 30 years of clinical hands on experience.
This leading reference on the shoulder is now completely up to date with state-of-the-art rehabilitation techniques, surgical techniques and photographs. This material is a must have for all rehabilitation professionals in all settings.
Dates and Locations
01-02-2020 - 01-02-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM