Auckland: November 2-3, 2019
This course is perfect for physiotherapists who want to advance their skills in the area of assessment and treatment of common shoulder presentations. There will be a brief review of clinical tests, but the assessment aspect of the course will mainly focus on the clinical utility of assessment techniques (i.e. when and why to use specific assessment tools)
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This course will be over 2 days (Saturday and Sunday) and will use a case based approach to illustrate examples of both assessment and treatment. Practical examples of assessment and treatment techniques will be incorporated to ensure clinicians have new skills they can use when they return to the clinic.
It is an excellent pre-cursor to the Advanced shoulder course and will cover assessment and treatment of common shoulder presentation
Email: email@example.com to register your interest
Bank details: Flawless Motion Ltd
Refunds (less $100 administration fee) will be given for cancellations 2 weeks prior to the course
Auckland, Monday 18th November, 2019, at 6pm
COST: $125.00 (INCL GST)
This evening course focuses on assessment and treatment of the scapula.
The evening will start with wine/beer and some pizza and then we will review the anatomy of the scapula. The course will also cover scapula assessment and rehabilitation.
Review of the latest literature pertaining to scapula assessment and treatment.
This is a 3 hour evening course on 18th of November
It is designed for both therapists who want to learn more about the scapula and also more experienced therapists wanting to review anatomy, biomechanics and treatment options.
Includes discussion on relationships with upper and lower trapezius – do we load upper trapezius or is it loaded already?
Dyskinesis – how can we tell, and what should we do
Join us for a fun evening of scapula discussions. Register quickly as spaces are limited to 10 people!
Auckland, Monday 17th February 2020, at 6pm
If you have you ever thought that the adolescent shoulder is one of the most difficult problems to treat, you are not alone. It is challenging to deliver high quality care is school and private treatment environments. Additionally, socio-cultural aspects and a growing skeletal system, make the treatment of adolescents, one of the most challenging in our musculoskeletal practice. This evening course is designed for therapists who are working in the school system. It will identify specific adolescent shoulder pathology to include in your differential diagnosis. It will expand on what makes the growing adolescent a unique problem in musculoskeletal care, and will demonstrate specific treatments and rehabilitation strategies so that you can deliver optimal care to your younger patients.
Please email for more details firstname.lastname@example.org
This one day course introduces the Shoulder Arm Return to Sport (SARTS) tests. This test battery has been developed by Dr Margie Olds to aid in the decision making process for athletes returning to sport after a shoulder injury. the course introduces the theory behind return to sport practices, and outlines key concepts such as the use of limb symmetry and normative data for criteria for return to sport. A review of the models that have been developed to guide return to play will also be discussed.
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This is a one day course designed to enable you to be proficient in undertaking the SARTS tests, and utilising these tests to decide whether your athlete/patient is ready to return to sport. It will involve a large practical component as you examine and practice the SARTS test battery. At the end of the course you will be an accredited SARTS practitioner.