Shoulder Pain from Assessment to Relief: a Step-by-Step practical guide
"Among all pain, shoulder pain had the most impact on poor physical and mental quality of life". This was the conclusion of a 2019 study by Imagama et al. such a powerful conclusion is probably experienced weekly in the clinics of most practioners attending this event. Shoulder Pain is complex and its nature multifactorial. While we cannot and should not look for a single cause of pain, we need to be absolutely clear when to refer abut also where our focus would be better placed. In this practical hands on session Anna Maria will go through a step by step guide derived from current concepts around shoulder painassessment and classification and and what to do with the information gathered. So as part of this content full talk the follwoing will also be included: Shoulder instability, Frozen shoulder, Weak shoudler.
Every presentation at the Hands on Hub is a practical translation of current evidence. Each outcome will be delivered in a practical hands on activity:
- Understanding Special tests limitations and use in Shoulder pain
- Practice a step to step approach to assessment including screening for Red Flags
- How we can use the information from the assessment to build a treatment plan both hands on and exercise based