The Shoulder Complex: Evaluation & Therapy On-Site Training
Included in this two-day workshop is an overview of the most common orthopedic conditions in which therapeutic intervention is indicated, evaluation and treatment schemes to promote successful outcomes and significant lab time.
Successful evaluation and treatment of the shoulder complex entails an accurate understanding of its normal and abnormal anatomy, pathomechanics and biomechanics. Treatment of the shoulder can be complex and confusing based upon the multitude of approaches that exist. By utilizing a systematic approach, therapists and athletic trainers may focus on a problem-solving basis to accurately and successfully evaluate patients with a variety of shoulder conditions.
Included in this two-day workshop is an overview of the most common orthopedic conditions in which therapeutic intervention is indicated, evaluation and treatment schemes to promote successful outcomes and significant lab time. Attendees will develop a foundation for effective evaluation and treatment (surgical as well as non-surgical); including manual therapy techniques, exercise prescription, taping, and “appropriate” use of various modalities/physical agents.
8:00 Continental Breakfast and Registration
8:30 Review of Functional Shoulder Complex Anatomy
10:30 Review of Functional Shoulder Complex Biomechanics
11:00 Orthopedics Shoulder Complex Evaluation and Demonstration
12:00 LUNCH (ON YOUR OWN)
1:00 Evaluation Practice
1:45 Joint Mobilization of the Shoulder Complex (Basic and Advanced techniques)
2:30 Joint Mobilization Lab
3:30 Common Pathologies of the Shoulder Complex and Their
4:15 Common Pathologies of the Shoulder Complex and Their
8:00 Common Pathologies of the Shoulder Complex and Their
9:00 Common Pathologies of the Shoulder Complex and Their
9:15 Continuation of Shoulder Complex Conditions
10:15 Continuation of Shoulder Complex Conditions
11:00 Continuation of Shoulder Complex Conditions
11:30 Continuation of Shoulder Complex Conditions
12:00 LUNCH (ON YOUR OWN)
1:00 Concepts of Rehabilitation/Treatment
1:30 Manual Therapy Techniques/Taping Demonstration/Lab Practice Time (small group practice)
2:45 Physical Agents Commonly Utilized
4:00 Exercise Prescription
Matthew G. Roman, PT, F.A.A.O.M.P.T is a certified orthopedic manual physical therapist who currently serves as the Clinical Coordinator of Ambulatory Services in the Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy at Duke University Medical Center. His clinical practice focuses on the evaluation and treatment of the shoulder complex, spine and sport specific injuries. In addition, Matt has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Doctorate Physical Therapy Program for Duke University and has served as a clinical instructor with the Universities of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Medical University of South Carolina and West Virginia. He is an experienced educator presenting continuing education seminars nationally in the areas of biomechanics, sports specific injury, the shoulder complex and spine rehabilitation. He has published on the subjects of tissue tension, capsular patterns and spondylosis. Matt is a clinician, researcher and educator, and considered to be one of the leading therapists in the care of shoulder, spine and sports specific injuries in the US.
Bryan L. Romig, PT, DPT maintains a busy clinical practice with a focus on musculoskeletal rehabilitation with emphasis on evaluation and treatment of the shoulder complex. Additionally, he is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at A.T. Still University Dept. of Physical Therapy where he serves on the advisory board and teaches Radiology and Imaging. Bryan brings 20 years of orthopedic and sports rehabilitation experience with him and has had the very fortunate opportunity to interact with many of the leading clinicians in orthopedic medicine and rehabilitation during that time. He has held adjunct faculty positions at both Elon and Hahnemann Universities Depts of Physical Therapy and has published and lectured nationally on the management of the shoulder complex & spine for the past 16 years. Bryan is an author, educator and clinician and has contributed to over 2000 therapy practitioners continued education over the past 16 years.
A certificate of attendance for 15 Contact Hours (17 in FL & WA) will be
awarded to each participant. This course has been submitted to the State
Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Boards in which the seminar is being
held, if prior approval is required.
“Best course I have been to in a long time”
“Excellent - with good application to all populations”
“Excellent Speaker! - easy to follow for all levels and respectful to all disciplines”
“Awesome! - I really got a lot out of this course.”
“Great course - Hands on was Great”
“I appreciated the down-to-earth style & the objective approach. It really helped me re-focus on my Tx rational”
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