Upcoming courses

Upcoming courses in 2022

Date: 1.-2. September 2022:

Ann Cools: Shoulder Rehabilitation Level 1

Price: 570 EUR. Location: FYSIQ kursuscenter, Kastrup.

More information and program in below section

18-19. November 2022:

Jeremy Lewis: The Shoulder: Theory and Practice. 

Price: 600 EUR. Location: FYSIQ kursuscenter, Kastrup.

More information and programe will come here

ANN COOLS LEVEL 1

SHOULDER REHABILITATION: WHAT´S NEW FROM A SCIENTIFIC AND CLINICAL POINT OF VIEW, LEVEL 1

GENERAL COURSE GOALS AND CONTENT 

The goal of this 2-day shoulder course is to update knowledge and practical skills with respect to shoulder rehabilitation, debating the most common shoulder disorders like rotator cuff disease, traumatic and atraumatic instability, shoulder stiffness, the involvement of the scapula, sportspecific shoulder pain etc…The theoretical background is updated based on recent literature and immediately applied into the practice. New insights as well as points of debate are presented and discussed in an interactive manner. We perform clinical examination based on evidence based practice principles, including scientific evidence and clinical expertise. Several approaches of clinical examination are critically discussed. During the rehabilitation part of this course, general clinical reasoning principles, as well as specific therapeutic indications are discussed and put into practice during interactive workshops, in which all demonstrated and discussed exercises and additional modalities are performed and experienced.  

 

Course program with time schedule (changes may occour) 

COURSE PROGRAM AND TIME-TABLE

DAY 1:

9-10.30h: THEORY PART 1:

From impingement symptoms towards the underlying pathology and impairments: critical discussion with respect to “impingement”, update scientific literature and critical papers. Discussion regarding rotator cuff dysfunction, tendinopathy, degenerative RC tears, and muscular imbalance. Shoulder instability: differential diagnosis and approach for the 3 most common types of instability: traumatic dislocation, overload functional instability in the overhead athlete, atraumatic multidirectional instability based on generalized hyperlaxity. Biceps related pathology: disorders of the long head of the biceps and SLAP lesions as biceps related labral pathology. 

10.30-11h: Break 

11-12.30h: THEORY PART 2 

Glenohumeral ROM deficits in the overhead athlete and its relation to overuse shoulder pain. the role of the scapula in shoulder pain, biomechanical and clinical perspectives. The theoretical session ends with a critical interactive discussion on the possible causes of shoulder pain, including central sensitization, kinetic chain disorders and psychosocial factors. 

12.30-13.30h: break 

13.30-15h: CLINICAL EXAMINATION PART 1 

Clinical reasoning in the assessment of the patient, using science-based clinical reasoning algorithms. Symptom provocation and reduction tests, traditional orthopedic tests, including critical discussion with respect to the interpretation. Case-based interpretation of clinical examination during interactive practical session. 

15-15.30: break 

15.30-17h: CLINICAL EXAMINATION PART 2 

Continued. At the end of this session, participants are able to share their personal experience and expertise in a peer-learning moment. 

DAY 2: 

8-9.30: REHABILITATION PART 1: ROTATOR CUFF 

Scientific background for the conservative treatment of rotator cuff tendinopathy and muscular imbalances, scientific rationale for exercise choice, practical session. 

9.30-10h: break 

10-11.30: REHABILITATION PART 2: SHOULDER INSTABILITY 

Specific exercises for shoulder instability, exercises for local neuromuscular control, closed chain exercises in progression (algorithm + practice), differential approach based on instability-type, scientific rationale for kinetic chain exercises, sportspecific approach including throwing exercises, exercises for swimmers, practical session. 

11.30-12.30h: break 

12.30-14h: REHABILITATION PART 3: MOBILISATION TECHNIQUES 

Angular stretching and non-angular joint mobilization techniques, home stretching program, mobilization with movement techniques for the shoulder with posterior shoulder stiffness. Principles of mobilization techniques applied to frozen shoulder contracture. Practical session. 

14.14.30h: break 

14.30-16h: REHABILITATION PART 4: SCAPULAR REHABILITATION 

Clinical reasoning algorithm for scapular rehab, specific exercise selection for muscular imbalance and progression, scientific rationale for exercise selection, soft tissue techniques for pectoralis minor treatment 

Educater: Ann Cools

Date: 1.-2. September 2022

Price: 570 EUR

Location:

FYSIQ kursuscenter

Løjtegårdsvej 157, 2770 Kastrup

More practical information here


 

Copenhagen Shoulder Conference 2021

Fysioterapikurser.dk recently had our 5 year anniversary and to celebrate, we held Copenhagen Shoulder Conference on 12.th November 2021.

We had a fantastic day in Copenhagen with a strong line-up of international shoulder experts coming to Copenhagen to speak about various shoulder related topics.

We are very pleased and proud as to how this day went and we are thankfull for all the support from speakers and colleagues.

As part of the setup, we have worked on bringing  you a recorded version of the day, and it is now available for purchase through our website. For more information about this see: Copenhagen Shoulder Conference 2021

Speakers: Ann Cools, Anju Jaggi, Jo Gibson, Sarah Warby, Jeremy Lewis, Klaus Bak, Chris Littlewood

Date: 12th November 2021

Location: ONLINE version available now!

Get acces to the online version of the day here