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Movement System Impairments Syndromes of the Cervical Spine: The Role of the Shoulder
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Movement System Impairments Syndromes of the Cervical Spine: The Role of the Shoulder

12/8/2018 to 12/9/2018
When: December 8-9, 2018
8:00 am - 6:00pm
Where: Saddleback Memorial Medical Center
24451 Health Center Drive
Room 1 – Lower Level
Laguna Hills, CA  92653
United States
Presenter: Shirley Sahrmann, PT, PhD
Contact: Rita Pierson
(916) 929-2782 x105

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Course Description

This course will provide a review and update of the concepts and principles of movement system impairment (MSI) syndromes. Specific syndromes of the cervical spine, scapula, and humerus will be discussed. The MSI exam used to diagnose these syndromes and identify the contributing factors will be described. The course includes both lecture and subject demonstrations of the examination. The treatment programs for specific subjects will also be included in the presentation. This course will describe the relationship between shoulder alignment and movement patterns and the effect on the cervical spine. The recent research and the best available evidence concerning movement system syndromes will be presented.

 

The participant should be able to discuss the key concepts of:

  1. path of least resistance
  2. you get what you train
  3. precision in motion is critical
  4. relative stiffness
  5. relative flexibility
  6. micro-instability
  7. no magic in an exercise unless demonstrating desired performance
  8. presence of a muscle does not mean optimal performance
  9. alignment and movement as controlled by muscles in series
  10. the way daily activities are performed is critical, and
  11. micro-instability(accessory motion hypermobility) is the cause of pain and degeneration

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of the program, the participant will be able to:

  • Discuss the movement system concepts
  • Describe the contributing muscle and movement adaptations
  • Describe the movement system syndromes of the cervical spine, scapula, and humerus
  • Describe the exam used to diagnose the MS syndromes of the cervical spine, scapula, and humerus
  • Discuss the treatment programs for the cervical spine, scapula, and humeral syndromes
  • Discuss the best available evidence for the syndromes

Schedule

Day 1

8:30-9:00     Registration. Coffee will be available.
9:00-10:30   Movement System concepts and the Kinesiopathological Model
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:30 MSI syndromes of the scapular
12:30-1:30   Lunch (on your own)
1:30-3:00     Discussion and demonstration of standing tests for scapular syndromes
3:00-3:15     Break
3:15-4:45     Demonstration of MS exam for scapular and humeral syndromes
4:45-5:00     Discussion


Day 2

8:30am        Coffee Service
9:00-10:30   Examination of patient with shoulder pain; develop diagnosis and treatment program
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:00 Examination of patient with shoulder pain; participants track exam findings, develop diagnosis and treatment program.
12:00-12:30 MSI syndromes of the cervical spine – part 1
12:30-1:30   Lunch
1:30-2:00     MSI syndromes of the cervical spine – part 2
2:00-3:00     Demonstration of exam for cervical syndromes
3:00-3:15     Break
3:15-4:00     Examination of patient with neck pain, develop diagnosis and treatment program
4:00-4:45     Examination of patient with neck pain, participants track exam findings, develop diagnosis and treatment program
4:45-5:00     Q&A, course evaluation, and adjourn



Speaker

Shirley Sahrmann, PT, PhD is Dr. Sahrmann is Professor Emeritus of Physical Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri. She received her bachelors degree in Physical Therapy, masters and doctorate degrees in Neurobiology from Washington University. She is a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association and is a recipient of the Association's Marion Williams Research Award, the Lucy Blair Service Award, and the Kendall Practice award, the Inaugural John H.P. Maley Lecture and Mary McMillan Lecture awards. Dr. Sahrmann has also received Washington University's Distinguished Faculty Award, the School of Medicine’s Inaugural Distinguished Clinician Award and an honorary doctorate from the University of Indianapolis. She has also received the Bowling-Erhard Orthopedic Clinical Practice Award from the Orthopedic Section of the APTA. She has served on the APTA Board of Directors and as president of the Missouri Chapter. In addition to her numerous national and international presentations, Dr. Sahrmann has been a keynote speaker at the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, and at the Canadian, Australian, New Zealand and Danish national congresses. Dr. Sahrmann's research interests are in development and validation of classification schemes for movement impairment syndromes as well as in exercise based interventions for these syndromes. Her books, Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes and Movement System Impairment Syndromes of the Cervical and Thoracic spines and the Extremities, describe the syndromes and methods of treatment.

CEUs

13.0 contact hours or 1.3 CEUs
Instruction Level: Basic to Intermediate
Format: Lecture and demonstration lab

Registration Fees

Registration received by November 24, 2018
$500 APTA PT members
$315 APTA PTA members
$200 APTA Student members
$800 Non-members

Add $100 for late registration after November 24.

 

Cancellation

All cancellation requests must be received in writing – no exceptions. A full refund, less 20% service fee, if cancellation is received 14 days prior to the start of the course. No refunds after November 24, 2018.

 

Accommodations

Parking

Free surface parking

Hotels

Courtyard by Marriott – 23175 Avenida da la Carlota, Laguna Hills, CA 
Laguna Hills Lodge – 23932 Paseo de Valencia, Laguna Hills, CA 
The Hills Hotel, An Ascend Collection Hotel – 25205 la Paz Road, Laguna Hills, CA

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