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Muscles & Motion of the Shoulder Complex
This mini online course on muscles & motion of the shoulder complex is a must for any therapist or student in the field of sports therapy, osteopathy, physiotherapy, chiropractic, yoga, pilates and personal training.
You will learn
Human anatomy is truly fascinating and is one of the reasons why I wanted to design a course specifically about the muscles & motion of the shoulder complex.
In my experience, student therapists struggle to learn the basic components of anatomy, especially to the region of the shoulder complex and this can be for many reasons. I wanted to design a mini-course purely about functional anatomy of the musculature of the shoulder complex and trust me one I say this; you are going to learn so much about the shoulder region during this course..
John Gibbons is a multi-published author of many anatomical books, an osteopath and a lecturer and he will bring all his years of expertise and experience and this will be demonstrated during this mini-course.
First, he will teach you the theoretical components of the musculature of the shoulder complex; including the rotator cuff muscles, then we move onto the motion and scapulohumeral rhythm (2:1 ratio) of the scapula & humerus. Included within this course will be techniques demonstrated from mobilisation, soft tissue and athletic / kinesiology taping.
Once you have learnt the theoretical components, he will take you on a practical ‘journey’ of enlightenment through the visual presentations and interactions of using real life human anatomy.
Key areas covered:
- Functional anatomy of the musculature of the shoulder complex
- Motion & scapulohumeral rhythm of the shoulder complex
- Mobilisation techniques – impingement syndrome
- Myofascial soft tissue techniques for the rotator cuff muscles
- Athletic & Kinesiology taping for impingement syndrome
What You’ll Learn:
Theory & Practical
Key areas covered in this mini-course:
Functional anatomy of the upper limb
Bony landmarks & muscle attachments of the shoulder complex
Motion of the shoulder complex
Scapulohumeral rhythm 2:1 ratio
Assessment of the rotator cuff muscles
Treatment of the rotator cuff using muscle energy techniques (METs)
Mobilisation treatment for impingement syndrome
Soft tissue techniques for the upper trapezius & levator scapula
Soft tissue techniques for the rotator cuff muscles
Kinesiology taping for impingement syndrome
Athletic taping for impingement syndrome
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