Principles for Shoulder Rehabilitation - Part 1
Principles for Shoulder Rehabilitation: Part 1
Good value for my practice. Kate-lyn Vos, Biokineticist, Meyersdal
Enjoyed this article as a Biokineticist, I found it added value in terms of physical rehabilitation for my practice. Excellent value for my practice. Michelle Das Neves, Biokineticist, Johannesburg
Excellent value for my practice. Jessica Krone, Physiotherapist, Johannesburg
Good value for my practice. Stephan Terblanche, Biokineticist, Durban
Excellent value for my practice. Wendy September, Physiotherapist, Cape Town
Excellent value for my practice. Lara Leech, Biokineticist, Roodepoort
Good value for my practice. Madeleine Van der Merwe, Physiotherapist, Cape Town
These courses are based on the physiology and biomechanics of the shoulder. They provide very effective rehabilitation protocols in terms of return to play. They will assist you to diagnose not only local anatomical lesions, such as rotator cuff tear or Bankart lesion, but also the biomechanical deficits that exist in the shoulder girdle and spine.
But that’s not all. Distant disorders such as inflexibilities of hip rotation, short hamstrings, or the stiff back also often contribute to shoulder abnormalities. The course will enable you to make a complete diagnosis and to look beyond the injured tissues to tissues that may be overloaded.
You will also learn to detect functional biomechanical deficits as well as the subclinical adaptations that sports people use to try to maintain performance.
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,Starts: Thursday, January 1 1970 at 2:00 AM
Ends: Thursday, January 1 1970 at 2:00 AM