Rehabilitation Following Rotator Cuff Repair

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Category: 2016, Club Recordings
Published on: 11.01.2016


Chris Littlewood BHSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, Dip. MDT, FHEA
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, University of Sheffield

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About The Webinar

Over 500 000 adults consult their General Practitioner with a new episode of shoulder pain each year in the UK. Disorders of the rotator cuff, including tears, are thought to be the most common cause of this shoulder pain. There is evidence to suggest that the number of operations to repair the rotator cuff has risen over recent years. But, while surgical technique has developed, rehabilitation, a critical component of the recovery process has not. This webinar will explore current practice trends, discuss the implications of recent research for clinical practice and also future research studies and ponder why rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair remains somewhat cautious.

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