Shoulder Injuries, Movement and Functionality
5 CE / Live Course
In this segment we will discuss the structure of the scapula; to include boney land marks and prominent muscular attachment. There will also be discussion on the mobility of a typical Scapula and the Synovial joints. We will discuss various tension and compensation patterns along with: fascial restrictions, muscle armoring and connective tissue calcification that leads to or contributes to the overall instability of the shoulder complex.
This course will also cover isolating various muscles of the Rotator cuff muscle group.
Infraspinatus, Supraspinatus, Teres Minor and Subscapularis along with implementing hands on techniques to resolve possible fascial adhesiveness, scar tissue build up along with decreasing capsulitis of the shoulder complex. We will also discuss incorporating various modalities to compliment treatment plans for recovery: Ice, Heat, IASTM.
This course will have lecture, demonstration, and palpation.
Date: February 7th, 2020
1111 Lejeune Blvd
Jacksonville NC 28450
NCBTMB approved provider #1252