The Shoulder Series: Rehabilitation Options For Instability and Injuries


Course Description

The shoulder is designed for a great degree of motion in all planes. This mobility comes at the cost of stability as the shoulder is the joint at greatest risk for instability due to athletically-induced trauma. Shoulder injuries can be devastating in athletes, particularly in those whose sport requires strong overhead motions, and account for about 6% of all injuries sustained in an active population. Athletes also have a higher risk for recurrence, making proper diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation crucial.

Exclusive to, “The Shoulder Series: Rehabilitation Options For Instability and Injuries” draws on the skills and experience of a team of highly qualified and talented sports physicians to present leading edge techniques and treatment plans for shoulder injuries.

Initially taught as individual lessons at the prestigious Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida this exclusive series presents an in-depth exploration of the potential injuries of the rotator cuff, and provides a comprehensive plan of attack for diagnosis, treatment and postoperative rehabilitation.

This series is ideal for any rehabilitation professional seeking to enhance their knowledge of shoulder instability and injuries in all populations.

This Seminar-On-Demand is 6 hours 26 minutes in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).

Contact Hours: 6
Video Course Format: Video
Instructional Level: Advanced BOC Level of Difficulty: Advanced