HOW TO ASSESS & TREAT FROZEN SHOULDER SYNDROMES: WEBINAR 6-CEU's
Shoulder conditions are among the most troublesome and common complaints clients present to you complaining of, affecting nearly all of their daily activities.
Knowing how to properly assess and provide effective treatments for these conditions can greatly enhance your professional competency, credibility, and client visits.
This power-packed class presented by a DC & LMT teaches you advanced protocols and procedures that give you a clear and comprehensive understanding of what frozen shoulder entails and practical manual therapy methods you will feel confident applying when treating clients who present to you with shoulder complaints.
You will first learn about various tissues and joints that are often involved in shoulder conditions. Next, you will be taught various causes of frozen shoulder, how to evaluate them, and contraindications to watch out for.
The second part of this class teaches you highly effective treatment approaches you can confidently apply when treating virtually any shoulder complaints that clients present to you.
You will come away from this class feeling empowered in managing clients who present to you with frozen shoulder syndromes!
This class is currently being taught via webinar. The presentation is the same as the live class.
Several-minute breaks each hour plus a mandatory 30-minute (lunch) break.
Here's an outline of what you learn in this class:
What exactly is "frozen shoulder?”
Where does frozen shoulder occur?
Relevant Shoulder Anatomy:
- What comprises the shoulder girdle?
- Intra-articular components
- Extra-articular components
Insights into How Frozen Shoulder and Other Shoulder Conditions Can Occur:
- BPS patterns
You'll be shown X-rays and MRI images of Various Types of FS Pathologies.
You Learn how to Effectively Assess Common Frozen Shoulder Complaints Clients Present to You With:
- Effective Inquiry protocols to follow.
- How to perform relevant exams.
- ROM testing
- How to differentially assess common soft tissue, intra-articular, and extra-articular conditions.
- Three legally acceptable measurements.
Effective Treatment Approaches You Can Readily in Your Massage Practice:
- Highly effective manual therapy approaches for treating common soft tissue and joint etiologies
- Joint Mobilizations
- Nutritional Considerations to be aware of.
- Self-care Strategies for clients.