Tips & Technology for Improving Outcomes
Watch Now! Russ Paine, PT as he discusses his best conservative management techniques and strategies for rotator cuff tears. RC management can be fraught with roadblocks, and after decades of experience treating top athletes, Russ has invaluable insights to share. From initial assessment through dynamic strength training, this webinar covers the A-Z of the treatment progressions and tools that get rotator cuff patients back to full function.
- Understand how to identify and classify different pathologies and gain insights on critical measures of success.
- Discuss injury prevention strategies, post-op protocols, and return to play guidelines.
- Get first-hand pearls of wisdom around soft tissue treatments, ongoing maintenance, and utilization of technology in treatment plans to facilitate return to function.
- Elaborate on the specific exercises and modalities that get challenging cases to successful recovery.
- Demonstrate the value of tools like EMG biofeedback to improve outcomes.
About the Presenter: Russ Paine is known for his experience in sports medicine with special interests in injuries to the knee and shoulder, as well as golfing injuries and conditioning. His client list includes many professional athletes who have sought his expertise to help them recover to their prior level of function. Russ has a long career in sports medicine, having served as rehabilitation consultant to the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, and NASA. Currently the Director of Sports Medicine Rehabilitation at UT Physicians in Houston, TX, Russ continues to devote his time to research and education while maintaining a busy sports medicine clinical practice.
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