The Simplified Sporting Shoulder is a one day course focusing on both the theoretical and manual expertise required to work in both an elite sport and clinical environment. The course has a maximum of 12 attendees allowing for more focus on individual development and engagement.
The two course leaders Maria Stansfield and Gus Muncaster have both worked in elite sport and managed successful Sports Injury Clinics for nearly 10 years individually. The Simplified Sporting Shouldercondenses Maria and Gus's experience and knowledge gained of the Sporting Shoulder in a range of elite sports including 7 years with Wigan Warriors Rugby League and work with England Rugby League, Manchester City Football, years of working with a number of professional Boxers, professional Cyclists, Triathletes, Ultra Endurance Athletes and Olympic Runners and Sprinters. The experience in elite sport has covered a range of high impact shoulder injuries and trauma, the clinical experience has allowed the leaders to treat and manage a wider base of chronic shoulder pathologies.
09:00am: Registration and Coffee
09:15am: Start and Introduction
09:30- 1pm: Theory (Coffee Break 11:30- 11:45pm)
- Aims, Expectations and Objectives
- Change of Practice
- Subjective - Central Sensitisation and Psychological Components
- Subjective- Theory in detail
- Assessment- Objective and Categories of Shoulders
- Assessment- Different types of Labral Tears, Boney lesions, Fractures, Capsulitis, Cuff tears
- Surgical Intervention Vs Conservative Management
- When to refer and who to refer to
1pm- 2pm: Lunch Break
2pm- 4:30pm: Practical Assessment- Shoulder testing in detail covering the common and not so common shoulder traumas and pathologies. Handling techniques for specificity.
4:30-5pm: Overview and Summary, Questions.