Orthopedic Therapy of the Shoulder: Examination and Intervention
Skill Level: Intermediate level
Who Should Attend:
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- CHT's who work with upper extremity traumatic conditions
- Athletic Trainers
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Unravel the myths and reveal the truths about treating the orthopedic shoulder.
This comprehensive, two-day evidence based course will feature an in-depth biomedical evaluation and an eclectic approach to the manual treatment of shoulder pathologies. An extensive period of the course will consist of lab time in which the participant will be shown and assisted in performing various manual techniques. The number of participants is limited to insure a small lecturer to participant ratio. After completing this course, the clinician should be able to treat various shoulder pathologies utilizing recent advanced manual therapy techniques.
Please wear/bring lab clothing that will expose the shoulders and upper back (tank tops).
Program subject to change. Participants are cautioned to apply new information and skills within the scope of state licensure law.
Upon completion of course, therapist will:
- Identify how shoulder anatomechanics are used in the interpretation of examination findings and used during the selection of appropriate intervention techniques.
- Identify and demonstrate evidence-based examination techniques for the shoulder.
- Recognize and differentiate shoulder signs and symptoms related to shoulder pathology.
- Recognize and identify how current literature relates to the pathogenesis, classification, diagnostic imaging, conservative and post-surgical interventions for rotator cuff tendonopathy, instability, slap lesions, scapular muscle dysfunction, fractures/arthritis, and frozen shoulder.
- Identify appropriate intervention techniques for the shoulder
- Identify and interpret response to treatment utilizing an algorithmic approach
- Identify expected outcomes and identify how to maximize outcomes when treating patients with rotator cuff tendonopathy, instability, slap lesions, scapular muscle dysfunction, fractures/arthritis, and frozen shoulder.
This course features an in-depth presentation of:
- rotator cuff tendonopathy non-operative, surgical, and post-operative interventions examination lab: rotator cuff/biceps
- instability/slap lesions examination lab: instability
- frozen shoulder
- scapular muscle dysfunction examination lab
- philosophies and rational of rehabilitation
- manual resisted therapy lab
- resisted exercise lab (including plyometrics and BodyBlade®)
- fracture classification and outcomes
- arthritis, arthroplasty and intervention
- soft tissue mobilization lab
- case studies
|Day 1||Agenda||Day 2||Agenda|
|7:30am||Registration and continental breakfast||7:30 am||Registration and continental breakfast|
Rotator Cuff Tendonopathy
|9:00||Manual Resisted Therapy Lab|
Rotator Cuff Tendonopathy
|10:15||Manual Resisted Therapy Lab|
Resistive Exercise Lab
|2:00||Examination Lab||1:30||Soft Tissue Mobilization Lab|
|2:45||Scapular Muscle Dysfunction||2:45||Joint Mobilization lab|
|3:30||Examination Lab||4:00||Case Study/Questions|
15 contact hours in upper extremity and hand therapy education
Day 1: 8:00 am - 5:00pm. Registration begins at 7:30 am.
Day 2: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Accepted by many professional credentialing organizations and state professional regulatory boards. Check with your state board/credentialing agency to verify. Certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants upon completion of the course and may be used for CEU verification of credits. CE Credits vary by state. Please check with your state board/certifying agency to confirm conversion of contact hours to CE. See links below.
Physical Therapy Board of California: The Physical Therapy Board of California recognizes Rehab Education, LLC as an approval agency to approve providers offering continuing competency courses for CA licensed PTs and PTAs. This course is approved for 15 contact hours.
Illinois State Board of Physical Therapy: Approved CE Sponsor by Illinois State Board of Physical Therapy, Division of Professional Regulations, #216.000227 for courses completed by 09-30-2014.
Kentucky Physical Therapy Association: This course has been approved by the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association for 15 credit hours. Approval# 70-IPKPTA-12. Course must be taken between 12-12-2012 and 12-12-2014.
Maryland State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners: Approved by the Maryland State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 1.5 CEUs. (Course must be taken between 01-07-2010 and 01-07-2014)
North Carolina Board of Physical Therapy Examiners: This course has been approved by virtue of Illinois CE Provider Approval #216.000227 for 15 contact hours. (Course must be completed by 09-30-2014)
NY State Physical Therapy Board: Rehab Education, LLC is recognized as an approved provider for courses completed by 05-10-2016 of PT and PTA continuing education by the NY State Education Department Board of Physical Therapy.
Virginia Board of Physical Therapy : This course has been approved by virtue of Illinois CE Provider Approval #216.000227 for 15 contact hours. (Course must be completed by 09-30-2014).
BOC Approved Provider #P8271: Rehab Education, LLC is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers for courses completed by 12-31-2013.
AOTA Approved Provider #6177. These states currently recognize AOTA Approved Providers for OT continuing education either in regulatory language or by formal written communication to AOTA:
District of Columbia
The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.
Martin J. Kelley, PT, DPT, OCS is a Clinical Orthopaedic Specialist at Penn Therapy and Fitness, Good Shepherd Penn Partners at Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA. He graduated from Arcadia University (formerly Beaver College) in 1984; and received his clinical doctorate from Temple University in 2005. He is a member of the University of Pennsylvania Shoulder and Elbow Service. Marty serves as an adjunct faculty for Arcadia University. He lectures nationally and internationally on examination and treatment of shoulder disorders, and has presented shoulder workshops at the Philadelphia Hand Symposium every year since 2001.
During Marty's many years of practice, he has co-developed an educational video on shoulder pathology and exercise, and has published over 30 articles or book chapters in multiple peer reviewed journals and texts. Marty published several chapters in "Rehabilitation of the Hand" by Hunter et al. He is the past-president of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists. He is also the co-editor of the textbook "Orthopedic Therapy of the Shoulder".
|Note: Early Bird rates are in effect if your application is postmarked four weeks or more prior to registration.||Early Bird Rate||Late Registration Rate|
|Orthopedic Therapy of the Shoulder: Examination and Intervention||$449||$504|
Dates & Locations
There are no scheduled workshops at this time.
Live courses require a minimum number of participants to operate. You will receive a written confirmation when minimum is met. Do not purchase non-refundable travel until you receive official written confirmation. Please see our cancellation policy here.
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