****This webinar is intended for Healthcare Professionals Only.
The Shoulder is one of the most complex, mobile, and often injured joints in the body. With 5 articulations which determine mobility, stability and strength, it’s easy to see why the shoulder girdle can become a challenge whether you’re an elite athlete, your job depends on lifting or reaching or you just want to throw a ball or swim a few laps. In this webinar we will discuss how to briefly assess the 5 joints of the shoulder girdle complex and suggest a hierarchy with regards to treatment and rehab exercises. Followed by an assessment of the fascial LINKS to the cervical, thoracic and sternum/rib cage. Finally, we will illustrate the importance of specific anatomy and how to improve patient/athlete outcomes.
Don’t ignore the specifics! Address the details.
After viewing the 1 hour webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Describe the relational anatomy of the 5 joints of the shoulder complex.
- Recognize how Micro-movement dictates Macro-movement.
- Identify shoulder pain and how to keep the shoulder mobile and increase ROM, if limited.
- Demonstrate 5 best exercises for shoulder stability and strength.
- Relate Fascia and Tensegrity and how they apply to the shoulder.
- Review Osteo-articular pumping introduction.
Dr. Jason Amstutz has been teaching the intricacies of fascia and tensegrity in the clinical setting for 14 years. His extensive rehabilitative work with professional athletes in the NHL, NFL, PGA, LPGA, MLB, and NBA has stemmed from these revolutionary concepts. His complex understanding of the properties and anatomy of fascia and how it relates specifically to PFS will improve your practice and patient outcomes.
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