Restoring Mobility, Stability and Function to Stiff and Painful Shoulder Joint
October 11 - October 12$183.75 – $362.25
Saturday Oct 11, 2020 (2:45 pm- 6:45 pm) & Sunday Oct 12, 2020 (8:30 am- 5:45 pm)
The main focus of this section is to assess and restore the articular integrity of the shoulder girdle in clients with stiff shoulder joint. Different sources and causes for shoulder pain, restriction and associated disabilities will also be discussed physical examination includes those observational and palpation tests that explore any impaired or altered movement patterns in the shoulder complex as a result of restricted range of gleno-humeral joint motion or compensatory scapular dyskinesia. The integrity of the other related joints (AC, SC and upper thoracic spines) will also be taken into consideration. The most appropriate physiological and accessory tests to examine different kinds of barriers to movement (through the range resistance & end-feel) and associated symptoms (pain, spasm, etc) will be discussed and practiced. Finally, to restore a pain-free near-normal function, application of mobilization techniques (sustained/graded oscillatory) to shoulder girdle articulations along with stabilization exercises to both previously unstable and newly mobilized shoulder joint aspects will be taught and practiced in small groups.
Course incorporated both theory and practical components, with hands-on & exercise therapy training, including: instruction, group discussion, research review, case scenarios and practical assessment and treatment techniques.
Course Participants – Who Should Attend:
Physiotherapists, Registered Massage Therapists, Kinesiologists, Athletic Therapists, Occupational Therapists
- 12 PE, cycle 11 continuing education credits with College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC)
- 12 CECs with British Columbia Association of Kinesiology (BCAK)
Early Bird Rate*: $295+GST
Regular Registration Rate: $345+GST
Student Rate: 40% Discount (Early Bird Rate*: $175+GST, Regular Registration Rate: $205+GST) *Deadline for early bird rate is Sep 30, 2020.
Refunds will be given for cancellation requests received at least 1 week prior to event, less a $50 cancellation fee for each part
Course hand-outs provided
Meals not provided (numerous shops and restaurants within walking distance)
Limited space available, so register early to ensure you don’t miss out!
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Nader Maroufi, PhD in Physiotherapy
Associate Professor at Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS)
Dr. Nader Maroufi holds a PhD in Physiotherapy (2005) and is an Associate Professor at IUMS with over 25 years of experience in clinical practice, teaching and research in the field of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in Iran. In 1989, Dr. Maroufi began his career as a Physiotherapist (Iran) working with clients suffering from musculoskeletal injuries. He continued his education, receiving his MSc in Physiotherapy (IUMS) in 1992.
His contribution to academia began in 1990 at IUMS, where he was a Physiotherapy professor and instructor in electrotherapy modalities and electrophysiological testing, clinical biomechanics of the spine, orthopedics, manual therapy, exercise therapy, postural control & movement control at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Between January 2002 and May 2015 he trained more than 450 post-graduate specialists in the field of manipulative and exercise therapy in Iran. In his research capacity, he has supervised and contributed to numerous studies relating to control of posture and movement in patients with musculoskeletal disorders, producing 85 published studies in both English and Farsi.
Since 2015, Dr. Maroufi has started to teach hands-on and exercise therapy courses pertaining to assessment and treatment of disorders of spine and extremities, and application of electrotherapy modalities in rehabilitation in B.C, which have been welcomed by a significant number of participants among rehabilitation professionals, practitioners and students, so far.