Upcoming courses in 2023
11.-12.th May 2023:
Jo Gibson: The Post-Operative Shoulder: Optimising Outcomes
Price 403 EUR VAT included. Location: Online Live
More information and program in below section
ANN COOLS LEVEL 2
SHOULDER REHABILITATION: WHAT´S NEW FROM A SCIENTIFIC AND CLINICAL POINT OF VIEW, LEVEL 2
GENERAL COURSE GOALS AND CONTENT
Program Level II
DAY 1: EXAMINATION AND REHABILITATION OF SCAPULAR DYSKINESIS
9-10.30h: ADVANCED BIOMECHANICS OF THE SCAPULA:
Coupled movements, the role of the SC joint, function of the “postural” muscles versus the “dynamic movers and stabilizers”, update literature of scapular dyskinesis in relation to shoulder pathology
11-12.30h: ADVANCED CLINICAL EXAMINATION
Observation of scapular dysfunction, objective measurements of scapular inclination and strength, normative data for scapular flexibility and strength variables, decision making based on the “symptom improvement test-model”, and on the different types of scapular dyskinesis
13.30-15h: ADVANCED SCAPULAR REHABILITATION
Treatment skills based on the 3 types of scapular dyskinesis, taping techniques to correct scapular position, taping for hypertone upper trapezius, infraspinatus, stretching and soft tissue techniques for pect minor
DAY 2: CAPITA SELECTA: ADVANCED INSIGHTS AND PRACTICAL SKILLS IN SELECTED SHOULDER PATHOLOGIES (1/2 day sportspecific, 1/2 day non-sportspecific)
8-9.30h: SLAP LESIONS AND BICEPS RELATED PATHOLOGY
Science based rehabilitation protocol and guidelines for postoperative rehabilitation (exercise progression, excentric training, plyometric drills)
10-11.30: HIGH PERFORMANCE TRAINING IN THE OVERHEAD ATHLETE AND RETURN-TO-SPORT DECISIONS
specific high level exercises for gymnasts, collision sports, high impact sports, and science based return to play criteria, including objective measurements of glenohumeral ROM and strength
12.30-14h: MULTIDIRECTIONAL INSTABILITY
Progressive conservative treatment of the patient with atraumatic (unvoluntary and voluntary) multidirectional instability – closed and open chain exercise approach, taping techniques
14.30-16h: ROTATOR CUFF TEARS
Conservative management of partial and full thickness (irreparable) rotator cuff tears and guidelines for postoperative rehabilitation (exercises, taping, return to activity advices
Teacher: Ann Cools
Date: 1.-2- march 2023
Ann Cools: Shoulder Rehabilitation Level 2
Price: 570 EUR VAT included.
Løjtegårdsvej 157, 2770 Kastrup
More practical information here
THE POST-OPERATIVE SHOULDER
GENERAL COURSE GOALS AND CONTENT
Time schedule: Both days are 9.00-15.30 (Danish/Copenhagen time)
The Postoperative Shoulder: Optimising Outcomes
Module 1 Shoulder surgery:
Factors affectingoutcome and getting it right from the start
10.45 – 12.00
Module 2 The case for early mobilisation:
Understanding shoulder surgery and how to keep it safe.
12.00 – 1.00
Module 3 But my surgeon won’t let me move it!
Whatthen? Minimising the consequences of immobilisation.
Module 4 Rotator Cuff Surgery
When is it safe to strengthen? Potential barriers and what to do about them.
Module 5 Arthroplasty surgery
Knowing your prosthesis and rehab specifics
Module 6 Instability surgery
Is the wobbly shoulder any different and if so, what does it mean to rehab?
1.00 – 2.00
Module 7 ACJ Surgery
Modern implants and implications for rehab, insights and solutions
Module 8 Problem solving: Case studies
When things don’t go as planned? Where things go wrong and what we can do about it.
(Changes may occur)