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Learning Objectives:

  1. Develop an understanding of the current trends and perspectives of managing common shoulder pathologies
  2. Understand the current challenges in managing shoulder pain
  3. Develop an understanding of Rotator Cuff and Osteoarthritis pathologies of the Shoulder Complex
  4. Learn to differentiate between Shoulder Pathology and Cervical Spine referred pain
  5. Learn what a thorough subjective assessment should entail
  6. Learn what an objective assessment should entail
  7. Develop a framework for rehabiltation of common shoulder pathologies in the "Older Shoulder"

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Shoulder Assessment

Let Dr Jo Gibson take you through what a thorough subjective assessment and objective assessment should look like in the older person presenting with shoulder pain.

Early Rehab Options

Nailing the early phases of rehab is critical for the medium to long term success of your shoulder patients. Let Jo take you through what key exercises you should be doing in the early phases of your management.

Rehab Progressions

Even the "older shoulder" needs to progress through to more challenging exercises once their pain settles down. Dr Jo Gibson will take you through some great exercise progressions for the "older shoulder".

Jo Gibson

Jo is an Upper Limb Rehabilitation Specialist working at Rehab4Performance in Liverpool in the UK. She recently left the National Health Service after working as a Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist working in the Liverpool Upper Limb Unit. Alongside her surgical and physiotherapy colleagues she has been instrumental in establishing the Unit as a recognized centre of excellence.

Jo has worked as a Shoulder Specialist since 1995 and lectures nationally and Internationally about assessment and rehabilitation of the shoulder complex. She has co-developed Masters modules with Liverpool University for the diagnosis and treatment of upper limb pathology in her role as an Associate Lecturer and has co-authored national guidelines for the management of different shoulder pathologies. She has presented original research at many National and International conferences, published in peer-reviewed journals and written several book chapters.

Adam Culvenor

Adam is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Early Career Research Fellow, Head of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Knee Injury Group and Senior Research Fellow within the La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre. His research focuses on the outcomes of ACL injuries, in particular the prevention and management of early knee osteoarthritis in young adults following ACL injury and reconstruction. Adam has a clinical background in physiotherapy and has worked in teaching and research at universities in Australia, Norway and Austria.

His research has been awarded American Journal of Sports Medicine most outstanding paper 2016, Australian Physiotherapy Association Best New Investigator 2013 & 2017 in musculoskeletal and sports research, Sports Medicine Australia best Clinical Sports Medicine paper 2019, and British Journal of Sports Medicine best systematic review 2015 (finalist). Adam is a graduate of Harvard Medical School’s Global Clinical Research Program and is a Senior Associate Editor for the British Journal of Sports Medicine.