Manual Treatment of Lateral Shoulder Pain


Wednesday, 11th September 2019

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7:00pm - 8:30pm AEST




ATMS Accredited Member | $49.50
Non ATMS Practitioner | $59.50
ATMS Student Member | $35.00
Non ATMS Student | $49.50

This webinar will focus on the assessment & treatment of lateral shoulder pain, a common client presentation to Massage & Manual therapists. Specific examination of pain arising from the Supraspinatus muscle, particularly its tendon and what possible interventions can be implemented to de-load this stress. 

After this webinar, participants should have a greater clarity of:

-The anatomy of the shoulder including detailed surface anatomy to determine exact location of key structures.

- Ideal shoulder function

- Clinical Signs and assessment. Are special tests specific?

- What Imaging investigations are available? How reliable are they?

- What Treatment is relevant from a Massage Therapy perspective

- What exercises are relevant to optimising Supraspinatus function

- Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Major Supraspinatus Tears

- How can you, the therapist, avoid Shoulder Pain? 

This webinar is worth 1.5 CPE points.

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Robert Granter | BSocSci(Deakin) AdDipRemMass(Myo)(RMIT)

Rob has 31 years experience in Soft Tissue Therapy / Massage Therapy practice and is one of Australia’s most respected practitioners & educators in this field. He has delivered over 50 conference presentations in Australia, New Zealand & England. 

He is a Contributor to the textbook “Clinical Sports Medicine” by Drs Brukner & Khan, now in its 5th edition, which is the largest selling book worldwide in the field of Sports Medicine. 

He is co-founder of the Australasian College of Soft Tissue Therapy and is on the editorial board of the British Journal of Sports Medicine. 

He has been head of Massage Therapy / Myotherapy for:

- The Sports Medicine Centres of Victoria group practice 5 years

- Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre 6 years 

- Victorian Institute of Sport 10 years 

- The 2006 Commonwealth Games, Melbourne 

- The 1996 Australian Olympic teams to Atlanta USA 

- The 2000 Australian Olympic teams to Sydney 

- The 1998 Australian Commonwealth Games team to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 

- Essendon Australian Rules Football club 7 years 

Rob is currently in private practice in Melbourne and is a senior teacher at Diploma & Advanced Diploma levels at the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy.

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