The Shoulder Steps to Success - London

25 (Thu) and 26 (Fri) April 2019 08.45 - 16:30 (GMT)


National Tennis Centre
100 Priory Lane
Roehampton
London
SW15 5JQ

Available

ABOUT THE COURSE:

This 2 days course will present a simple evidence-based approach to the management of shoulder pathology, which is immediately applicable in your clinical practice. It will consider current development in the literature and how they inform the key factors contributing to successful outcomes.

The specific rehabilitation approaches for: dynamic shoulder stability, kinetic chain control, shoulder stiffness, shoulder tendinopathy, culpritis etc will be discussed and accomplished by a practical workshop. These is highly practical course, which contains lots of rehabilitation tips !

Aims:

  1. To present the current literature regarding dynamic stability of the shoulder complex and explore the application to clinical assessment and treatment.
  2. To present the current literature regarding the pathophysiology of common shoulder conditions and describe the impact on the dynamic stabilisers.
  3. To demonstrate key assessment tools to explore function of the dynamic stabilisers of the shoulder as a basis for treatment planning.
  4. To demonstrate key treatment approaches based on the current evidence to address movement dysfunction in the shoulder complex.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this two-day course the participant should;

  1. Understand current concepts of dynamic stability of the shoulder joint.
  2. Understand current theories relating to the pathophysiology of common shoulder conditions and their impact on dynamic stability of the shoulder joint.
  3. Develop an awareness of current research regarding evidence-based treatment of shoulder pathology.
  4. Understand key assessment and treatment tools for the successful treatment of the shoulder joint.
  5. Have the ability to clinically reason key treatment approaches in the management of common shoulder conditions.

Day 1

08.45 Registration

09.00 The Rotator Cuff & the Scapula: Partners in Crime? Research versus reality & assessment dilemmas:

  • Is it really all about the scapula?
  • What goes wrong in pathology?

10.30 Coffee

10.45 The Rotator Cuff & the Scapula: Partners in Crime?

  • Essentials of treatment.
  • The power of sensory input and making the system ‘fit for function’.

12.30 Lunch

13.30 The Kinetic Chain and Dynamic Slings Putting the shoulder in context: It’s all about ‘normal movement’

15.00 Coffee

15.15 Setting the system up for success:

  • Exercises that work
  • Putting it all together. Start right to move right!

16.30 Finish

Day 2

09.00 What did we do yesterday? A quick recap

09.30 Rotator Cuff Pathology: Tips and tricks Exercise dilemmas- putting the evidence into practice?

11.00 Coffee

11.15 The often forgotten: Other culprits/barriers to recovery The role of the thoracic spine & ACJ in shoulder pathology & simple solutions!

12.45 Lunch

13.45 Getting it right from the start:

  • Steps to Success
  • The power of language & communication. Enhancing exercise adherence.

14.30 Coffee

14.45 So what happens on Monday morning?

  • Case Studies
  • Making the right decisions and knowing where to start!

16.00 Finish

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Tutor:

Jo Gibson (MCSP MSc)


Jo Gibson is a Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist since 1995 working at the Upper Limb Unit at the Royal Liverpool Hospital and a in private practice. She worked as Squad Physiotherapist for the GB Endurance Riding Team for six years and now works on a consultancy basis with several elite sports teams regarding shoulder rehabilitation.

Jo is an associate Lecturer at the University of Liverpool and has co-developed Upper Limb Masters Modules. She lectures Nationally and Internationally about assessment and rehabilitation of the shoulder complex and has published in peer reviewed journals and written several book chapters. Jo is a member of the EUSSER board (European Society of Shoulder & Elbow Rehabilitation) and a co-founder of the International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists, which now runs tri-annually.

Follow Jo on Twitter: @ShoulderGeek1

TESTIMONIES ABOUT JO:

"Jo is a fantastic motivational and innovative lecturer with a wealth of clinical expertise that is unparalleled in the world of rehabilitative shoulder therapy. She makes the most complex issues easy to understand and is on the cutting edge of new concepts.

GLEN DAVIES

The course venue

National Tennis Centre

100 Priory Lane

Roehampton
London
SW15 5JQ

How to get there

Rail

The nearest rail station is Barnes, which is serviced by South West Trains. Trains to Barnes run from Waterloo via Clapham Junction, or Feltham via Hounslow or Richmond. When you arrive at Barnes station, take the Roehampton exit onto Rocks Lane. At the junction, veer right onto Upper Richmond Road. Head straight along Upper Richmond Road, passing Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club on your left. Then turn left onto Priory Lane. The NTC is on the right hand side, past the Priory Hospital. The walk takes approximately 15 minutes. Click here to visit the South West Trains website: South West Trains

Tube / Bus

The nearest underground stations are Hammersmith, Putney Bridge, East Putney, Southfields and Richmond. Buses from these stations run along Upper Richmond Road. For more information please visit the TFL website: Transport for London - Bus service

Hammersmith

Take the number 72 from the bus station. The bus crosses Hammersmith Bridge, runs along Castelnau, past Barnes Station and over Upper Richmond Road. Approaching on the 72, alight at bus stop S, just after the junction, and walk back up to Upper Richmond Road. Turn left, walk past Rosslyn Park R.F.C and turn left into Priory Lane. The NTC is on the right hand side, after the Priory Hospital.

Alternatively, take the number 33 which follows the same route but turns right onto Upper Richmond Road. Putney Bridge. Take the number 430 over Putney Bridge. The bus runs up Putney High Street and turns right onto Upper Richmond Road.

East Putney

Turn right out of the underground station and take the number 337 from the first bus stop. The bus runs straight along Upper Richmond Road.

Southfields

Take the number 493 from the underground station. The bus runs past Putney Heath, along Roehampton lane, and turns left onto Upper Richmond Road Travel details For the above journeys, alight at the top of Priory Lane (bus stop N), the stop after Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club. Walk along Priory Lane until you reach the NTC on the right hand side, after the Priory Hospital Each bus journey takes approximately 20 minutes; the walk from the bus stop takes approximately 10 minutes.

Richmond

Take the number 493 from the underground station or the number 33 or 337 from the bus station. All three buses run along Upper Richmond Road. Approaching from Richmond; alight at stop D after Priests Bridge. Turn right down Priory Lane. The NTC is on the right hand side, past the Priory Hospital. The bus journey takes approximately 30 minutes; the walk from the bus stop takes approximately 10 minutes.

Directions by Car

Approaching from Hammersmith Bridge

  • Cross Hammersmith Bridge and head along Castlenau
  • At the junction at the Red Lion pub, stay on the main road. This means bearing slightly left down Rocks Lane, with playing fields to your left hand side.
  • Go past Barnes station and then at the junction with Upper Richmond Road (A205 South Circular), you need to turn right. During the week there is no right turn except for buses, therefore bear left and then right round the traffic island.
  • Just after Rosslyn Park Rugby Club turn left off the Upper Richmond Road onto Priory Lane
  • The NTC is on the right hand side, past the Priory Hospital before the Bank of England Sports Club Approaching from Putney Bridge
  • Cross Putney Bridge and take the immediate right onto Lower Richmond Road
  • At the mini roundabout at the Common, bear left onto Queens Ride
  • At the junction with Upper Richmond Road (A205 South Circular), turn right
  • Go over the traffic lights at the junction with Roehampton Lane
  • At the next set of traffic lights, turn left into Priory Lane
  • The NTC is on the right hand side, past the Priory Hospital

Approaching from the A4, either follow the instructions from Hammersmith or:

  • At Chiswick Roundabout, take the 5th exit onto Chiswick High Road (A205)
  • Continue over Kew Bridge
  • At Kew Green, bear left onto Mortlake Road (A205)
  • At Chalker’s Corner junction, keep straight onto Clifford Avenue
  • At the junction with Upper Richmond Road (A205), turn left
  • Go over the traffic lights at Milestone Green junction in East Sheen
  • At the next major set of traffic lights (with Barnes Common to your left and Rosslyn Park Rugby Club to your right), turn right into Priory Lane
  • The NTC is on right hand side, past the Priory Hospital