Docent : Anju Jaggi (UK)
This one day course aims to manage shoulder pain within a bio-psychosocial framework. The course will look at current evidence and basic science to better understand motor strategy and exercise prescription for RC related shoulder pain as well as the wider context of tendinopathy disease. Participants will be taken through understating muscle recruitment patterns, structural deficits and the psychosocial factors to managing complex rotator cuff related pain using clinical scenarios to help clinically reasoning, participants will be encouraged to be interactive and challenge current thinking.
-To understand motor control at the shoulder girdle.
-To become competent in assessment of the shoulder girdle from a movement perspective and challenging the use of traditional orthopaedic tests.
-Understand the role of physiotherapy versus surgical management in relation to different pathologies.
-Incorporate the bio-psychosocial framework into patient management understanding the enablers and barriers to successful rehabilitation.
Datum : zaterdag 26 januari ’19 van 9u-17u
Doelgroep van de cursus : fysiotherapeuten, sportfysiotherapeuten, manueel therapeuten en sportartsen.
Prijs : 230€ (excl btw). Opleiding is voor Nederlandse deelnemers vrijgesteld van btw (CRKBO geregistreerde instelling).
Inbegrepen : Syllabus, uitgebreide lunch en koffiepauzes.
Accreditatie : Accreditatie is verleend voor 6 punten voor het deelregister Algemeen fysiotherapeut, Manueel Therapeut, Sportfysiotherapeut en kwaliteitsdeel. 7 punten voor register Keurmerk.
Anju Jaggi is a Consultant Physiotherapist with a clinical interest in shoulder dysfunction and research & innovation lead for the Therapy directorate at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOHT). She has worked at the RNOHT for over 20 years, 18 years of which has been in clinical rehabilitation in managing complex shoulder dysfunction with a specific interest in atraumatic shoulder instability. She has lectured internationally and presented at numerous scientific meetings. She has published work in the field of motor control at the shoulder, co-supervised post graduate student projects and is involved in several funded research studies. She is currently leading a randomised clinical trial on the role of surgery in atraumatic shoulder instability with the surgical team at Sydney University. She holds a clinical teaching fellow post at University College London (UCL) and is program lead for the new UCL MSc in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. She has served on the board of the European Society of Shoulder & Elbow Rehabilitation (EUSSER) since 2008 and was President of the society from 2012-2015 and is currently serving as the Past President until October 2017. She has also served on the British Shoulder & Elbow Society Education committee and is an active member. She has a passion for improving the management of shoulder dysfunction as well as globally promoting physical therapy and rehabilitation.