Are you sure most shoulder pains fall into the category of rotator cuff injuries, tendinitis, fractures? When I ask: when was the last time you have attended to the ACJ strain or SCJ dislocation most votes are usually 10% or less. As we progress through the history, presentation, symptoms, complications and rehabilitation most of you identify and recognize symptoms that were most likely ACJ strain but mimicked rotator cuff injury. I feel understanding the injuries of AC and SC joints is vital to understand why don't some shoulder pains and range of motions don't resolve. These are the missing links that play a vital role in shoulder rehabilitation.
- To enable participants to recognize the three signs of ACJ injuries and diagnose them effectively.
- To equip participants with the ability to identify the three signs of SCJ injuries and diagnose them accurately.
- To enable participants to design an effective rehabilitation program for patients with ACJ and SCJ injuries in both acute and chronic phases.
- To discuss rehabilitation strategies and protocols for ACJ and SCJ injuries and enable participants to gain a deeper understanding of them.
- To provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the various rehabilitation techniques and approaches that can be used to treat ACJ and SCJ injuries.
- To enable participants to apply their knowledge of the signs, diagnosis, and rehabilitation of ACJ and SCJ injuries in clinical settings, improving patient outcomes.
OT/ PT / PTA/ COTA
Duration: 2 hours