Unstable Shoulder in the Overhead Athlete

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Category: 2021, Club Recordings
Published on: 23.11.2021


Ian Gatt

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About The Webinar

Stability of the shoulder comes from both static and dynamic structures which work harmoniously whilst performing extreme motions as observed in sports, as well as certain activities of daily living. The shoulder can become unstable due to either a traumatic episode, an insidious mechanism, or potentially also attributed to congenital conditions which can impact on collagen healing. When working in sports, do we have a good understanding of the main pathologies related to the overhead athlete which can create instability? What is the best approach for assessment towards both diagnosis and prognosis? Do we have good knowledge on how to best rehab these instabilities? These are some of the questions which clinicians should answer, allowing for an improved approach towards athlete management. This webinar is aimed at answering these questions, allowing practitioners from any background to provide best practice. So come and join us!

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