Jared Powel – The Rotator Cuff: Parts 1 & 2 Bundle
Description of The Rotator Cuff: Parts 1 & 2 Bundle
The Rotator Cuff Online Course
In this comprehensive online program, designed for musculoskeletal health professionals, we take a deep dive into:
- The epidemiology and aetiology of rotator cuff pathology, subacromial impingement and why it’s being heavily challenged
- Pain and it’s relationship to shoulder patho-anatomy
- Predictors of clinical outcomes
- The utility of radiological imaging
- The principles underpinning a thorough and appropriate subjective and physical examination of the shoulder
- What is the evidence for physiotherapy and why does it work?
- Exercise options to prescribe to your patients with rotator cuff pain
- Injection therapy for rotator cuff pain – the hard facts
The Rotator Cuff Part 1:
In this comprehensive online course, designed for musculoskeletal health professionals, we take a deep dive into the epidemiology and aetiology of rotator cuff pathology, subacromial impingement and why it’s being heavily challenged, pain and it’s relationship to shoulder patho-anatomy, predictors of clinical outcomes, and the utility of radiological imaging.
The Rotator Cuff Part 2:
In this follow up course to Part 1, we focus on putting theory into practice and teach you how to conduct a thorough and appropriate subjective and physical examination of the shoulder, and to develop an effective treatment plan for patients with rotator cuff pain.
What you’ll learn in The Rotator Cuff: Parts 1 & 2 Bundle
This course will equip you with:
- An in-depth understanding of all things rotator cuff, a firm grasp of the scientific literature behind who gets rotator cuff pathology and what factors influence recovery or not, you will know accepted terms to use for diagnosis and the role of imaging in clinical decision making.
- Actionable strategies and knowledge to use immediately in clinic when treating shoulder pain to improve patient outcomes and recovery.
- Improved subjective examination skills to arrive at the most important information
- An understanding of how to perform a thorough physical examination that is based on modern research. What should you include and what should you leave out?
- A detailed understanding of the contemporary evidence behind physiotherapy, surgery, and injection therapy for managing rotator cuff pain and how these interventions compare to each other.
- The skills to be able to effectively ascertain suitable times frames for recovery
- Evidence-based strategies around exercise prescription for rotator cuff pain
- By the end of this course you will have a robust understanding of the nuances of the shoulder joint and how to apply these principles in clinic to better help your patients.
By the end of this course you will:
The Rotator Cuff: Part 1
- Have an in-depth understanding of all things rotator cuff
- Know what outcome measures to use to aid prognosis and monitoring response to physiotherapy
- Know the relevant science surrounding subacromial impingement and what this means for physiotherapy
- Have an up to date understanding of pain and how it applies to the shoulder, using modern definitions and applications
- Appreciate the adaptability and complexity of human beings!
- Physical therapists are poised to be the leading provider of care for people with shoulder pain; the knowledge you accrue with this course will facilitate you in this leading role
The Rotator Cuff: Part 2
- Have a clear idea on how to structure a subjective examination in order to extract relevant information from your patient
- Confidently know how to rule in/out rotator cuff pain with a physical examination
- Have a firm grasp on the relevant research behind how to manage rotator cuff pain, with a focus on exercise therapy, surgery and injection therapy and how they compare to each other
- Know the principles behind exercise prescription for rotator cuff pain in all phases of the clinical spectrum; from day 1 acute through to end stage return to sport
- Have confidence in assessing and treating a symptomatic rotator cuff of a person from all walks of life using a biopsychosocial approach
What’s covered in The Rotator Cuff: Parts 1 & 2 Bundle
The Rotator Cuff: Parts 1
- Module 1: Fundamentals
- Brief anatomy and biomechanics review of the shoulder and rotator cuff
- Risk factors for rotator cuff pathology
- Module 2: Rotator cuff tears
- The rotator cuff tear and aging
- Location and size of rotator cuff tear
- Mechanism of injury
- Predictors of outcomes
- Psychosocial and contextual influences on symptom profile
- Module 3: Subacromial impingement: the end of an era?
- The current evidence surrounding impingement as a patho-aetiologial cause of shoulder pain
- Where to next?
- Module 4: The painful shoulder
- Patho-anatomy and pain: is there a relationship?
- Why does a shoulder hurt?
- Shoulder pain through the lens of predictive processing
The Rotator Cuff: Parts 2
- Module 1: The subjective and physical examination
- Improve your subjective examination to arrive at the most important information that is likely to influence patient recovery
- Perform a thorough physical examination that is based on modern research. What should you include and why?
- Module 2: Evidence for managing rotator cuff pain
- What is the evidence for and against physiotherapy (exercise therapy) in the management of rotator cuff pain?
- How does physiotherapy compare to surgery in the management of rotator cuff pain?
- How will this influence your practice and also societal expectations of care for rotator cuff pain?
- Module 3: The mechanism of action underpinning exercise therapy for rotator cuff pain
- Why is exercise therapy effective?
- What is the physiological and psychological mechanism of action underpinning exercise as an intervention?
- How can we harness these effects?
- Module 4: Exercise options
- Exercise options to appropriately manage rotator cuff pain – from the acute to return to sport phase
- Module 5: Injection therapy for rotator cuff pain
- What is the evidence for corticosteroid injections?
- What is the evidence for platelet-rich-plasma?
- How do injections compare to physiotherapy?
About Jared Powell
Jared is an experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist from the Gold Coast, Australia.
He has a special interest in the shoulder joint and is enrolled in a PhD in this area at Bond University.
Jared strongly leans on scientific evidence in his clinical practice and research, leading to many early mornings and late nights geeking out on the latest research!
Jared teaches his shoulder workshops both in Australia and overseas to much acclaim. He also maintains a teaching role at Bond University where he teaches the shoulder to budding physiotherapy students.
Jared believes in the inherent adaptability and strength of human beings and this is strongly backed up by the scientific literature.
As such, therapeutic exercise and education are the pillars upon which Jared approaches management of shoulder pain.
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