Recorded on: 21 June 2022
Cost: $10.00 NZD
Access: 14 days
Presented by: Dr Jacqui Clark and Dr Angela Cadogan
Scapula dyskinesis can be ‘tricky’ to treat and some people have persistent pain or shoulder instability despite extensive treatment. Is sensory perception the forgotten link in rehabilitation?
Scapula dyskinesis can be a benign, asymptomatic finding in many cases. However, for some people abnormal scapula function is associated with persistent shoulder girdle pain or shoulder instability (or both). Despite attempts at rehabilitation, many experience ongoing symptoms that can be difficult to treat and can be perplexing for the clinician.
Join Specialist Physiotherapists Dr Jacqui Clark (Pain) and Dr Angela Cadogan (MSK) in this 30 minute, informal discussion and hear how sensory perception may be the forgotten link in scapula rehabilitation and get some tips on how to assess and manage sensorimotor deficits around the scapula.
In this webinar Jacqui and Angela discuss:
- Scapula dyskinesis and the association with persistent shoulder pain and instability
- Assessment of sensory perception and scapula proprioception
- Other factors that influence sensory processing
Tips for how to improve scapula sensory perception and improve movement control
This short discussion is an introduction to their blended learning (online + 2-day practical) course, “Neuromuscular Rehabilitation of the Shoulder” where Jacqui and Angela will help you learn how to assess, clinically-reason and rehabilitate specific sensorimotor deficits of the shoulder girdle.
You can download the brochure here.
Study time: 1 hour approximately
Handout and CPD Certificate included.
CPD certificates provided (1 learning hour)
Access to the recording for 14 days
Shoulder Course21 Courses
Access: 12 months. Payment plan available. This is a series of five online modules covering all aspects of shoulder screening, diagnosis and management.
Unstable Shoulder4 Courses
Access 90 Days | All Unstable Shoulder lessons in one discounted package. | Clinical diagnosis of shoulder instability | Diagnosis of Shoulder Instability | Management of Shoulder Instability.
Access: 30 Days. We will cover the definition of pain, nociception and the protective mechanism normal resting state, nocifensive behaviour, the transition of acute to persistent pain as well as two take-home applications.
Screening | Pain and Psychosocial Modifiers
Access: 30 days | Identifying the type of pain, mechanisms contributing to persistent pain and the influence of psychosocial factors are critical in the diagnostic process, and in selection of appropriate treatment interventions.
Management of the Complex Shoulder Webinar
RECORDED | Access: 14 days. In this webinar we look at the management of patients with complex shoulder conditions and how they are assessed and managed in a Specialist Shoulder Unit in the UK.
Registered Specialist Pain Physiotherapist at ‘Pains and Brains’.
Jacqui holds a joint PhD from two European Universities and has lectured extensively around the world in motor control and sensorimotor retraining for recurrent and persistent musculoskeletal injuries. She is a registered Specialist Physiotherapist and works clinically in Tauranga at Pains and Brains.
Angela is a NZ registered Physiotherapy Specialist (Musculoskeletal). Angela has a Ph.D in Musculoskeletal Diagnostics from AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand (2012) with a sub-specialty in the diagnosis and management of shoulder pain.
She is based in Christchurch, New Zealand where she works as a clinical consultant in her own physiotherapy practice and in a diagnostic Orthopaedic Triage role (Shoulder) with the Canterbury District Health Board. Angela has an ongoing research interest in shoulder conditions and has been an invited keynote speaker at many national and international shoulder conferences.
Angela is the Director of Physio Academy and runs her own online and in-person courses to help upskill other physiotherapists in the assessment and management of the shoulder. For more information visit www.drangelacadogan.co.nz.