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Innovative Management of the Shoulder Complex: Maximizing Outcomes in Fewer Visits
Regis University (PCH) Room 409
3333 Regis Blvd
Denver, CO 80221
Saturday, May 09, 2020, 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM MST
Category: PT PAC Event

Innovative Management of the Shoulder Complex: Maximizing Outcomes in Fewer Visits

Join the Colorado PT-PAC at this one-day, case-based course is designed to improve your effectiveness in the clinic managing patients with shoulder pain. Participants will learn the most up-to-date evidence regarding differential diagnosis, examination, and intervention techniques. Majority of course time and emphasis will be placed on lab sessions to improve efficiency and outcomes in the clinic on Monday. Participants will learn unique and effective manual therapy and exercise interventions for the upper quarter based on sound clinical reasoning through case based learning and pattern recognition. This course meets Colorado standards for 8 hours of Category I Professional Development Activity.

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When: Saturday, May 9, 2020 from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Where: Regis University, Peter Claver Hall- Room 409

Cost: APTA CO Members: $200; APTA CO Non-Members: $250; PT Students $75

Presenters: Jeff Ryg, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, ATC, FAAOMPT
                     Kristin Carpenter, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
                     Biographies available at https://www.mendcolorado.com/mend-physical-therapist-bios/

Hosted by: Colorado PT-PAC- All proceeds from this event will go to the PT-PAC to help influence legislative issues affecting PTs in Colorado.


Target audience: PTs, PT students
 
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
     1) Describe functional anatomy of shoulder complex
     2) Discuss biomechanics of shoulder complex
     3) Perform differential diagnosis of upper quarter symptoms
     4) Describe and accurately perform clinical special tests with known diagnostic utility
     5) Perform evidenced based interventions for patients with shoulder pain
     6) Review pathophysiology, diagnosis, prognosis, and interventions for common shoulder disorders
 
Course Schedule:
7:30–8a Registration and Pre Test
8–9a Introduction and Differential Diagnosis of Shoulder Pain
9–10a Subjective Exam: The Foundation for Accurate Diagnosis and Clinical Efficiency
10–10:15a BREAK
10:15a–12p Objective Exam: Case Based Clinical Reasoning and Recognition of Common Clinical Patterns
12–1p LUNCH (on your own)
1–2p Manual Therapy Interventions: Thoracic Directed
2–3p Manual Therapy Interventions: Shoulder Complex Directed
3–3:15p BREAK
3:15–4p Manual Therapy: Passive to Active Progressions
4–5p Using Exercise to Confirm Hypotheses and Treat Clinical Patterns
5–5:30p Q&A and Post Test
 
Cost: APTA CO Members: $200; APTA CO Non-Members: $250; PT Students $75

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Questions? Please contact Chris Edmundson at  [email protected]
 
 


Contact: [email protected]