This course will focus on the importance of identifying key anatomical structures and the specific evaluation of shoulder pain and dysfunction. We will look at the different causes of shoulder pain, pain referred to and from the shoulder and how to manage these cases when they present to you in the office or clinic. This seminar will consist of lecture, practical hands-on labs, and video demonstration of patients with actual shoulder dysfunction. During the afternoon session, we will encourage questions and comments regarding the management of the presented cases. You will leave this course with practical information that can be applied on your first day back to work!
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