Shoulder Courses

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Background

As a physio with an interest in the shoulder I have been fortunate enough to work with some of the world’s leading experts in this area in various settings and have learnt much from them. However, I found that there is an overwhelming amount of confusing and conflicting opinions, methods, and research in how to assess and manage shoulder problems, and I’ve found many are overly complicated which never sat well with me.

I’ve always found a simple, straight forward approach works well with most things including most shoulder issues. This left me wondering there must be a way to demonstrate how keeping it simple is both effective and evidenced based for the management of the shoulder. So I designed my own course that demonstrates although shoulders are complex, they don’t have to be complicated.

Outline

This fast paced, infomation packed course is firmly based in the latest research as well as my own clinical experience and is constantly updated. It demonstrates how our assessments and treatments are surrounded with uncertainty, and how they are not as specific or sensitive as many would like us to think. As distressing as this may sound I show how this can be the exact opposite, and how it can allow you to focus on what matters the most, the patient.

This course has been developed over a decade of experience and has taken two years of painstaking work, and has even lead to three small clinical research trials.

Now in its third year, and hosted in locations both nationally and internationally, these widely acclaimed courses aim to be informative, informal, and fun. Presented in my own unique and occasionally controversial style we explore the myths, misconceptions and bull shit that surround physiotherapy looking for a simpler way forward!

For an idea of my course see this short video below…

 

This course aims to give ALL therapists the confidence that simplifying the shoulder is evidenced based and effective, as well as provide lots of useful, practical helpful hints and tips that can be put into practice immediately.

All up coming dates and venues are listed below and bookings can be made online by clicking the links next to them.

Objectives

  • Simplify your assessment and management of the most commonly encountered shoulder problems
  • Expose the myths around shoulder anatomy, biomechanics and pathology
  • Explore the evidence on our assessments and diagnosis of shoulder issues
  • Examine how best to assess shoulder movement, muscle function, proprioception, and the kinetic chain
  • Evaluate shoulder exercises and progressions with chances to practice and reherse ideas

 

Dates and Venues:

2017:

  • 28-29th Jan: SGS College, Bristol, UK, Details and Booking: SOLD OUT
  • 18-19th Feb: Berkshire NHS Trust, UK: SOLD OUT
  • 25-26th Feb: Stockholm, Sweden. SOLD OUT
  • 27-28th Feb: Ystad, Sweden. SOLD OUT
  • 11-12th March: Spire Elland, Halifax, UK. SOLD OUT
  • 17-18th March: Belgium, SOLD OUT
  • 25-26th March: Bodo, Norway. SOLD OUT
  • 31st March: Drammen, Norway. SOLD OUT
  • 1-2nd April: Oslo, Norway. SOLD OUT
  • 29-30th April: Vancouver, Canada. SOLD OUT
  • 2nd May: Portland Oregon USA: SOLD OUT
  • 5-7th May: Chicago, USA,: SOLD OUT
  • 20-21st May: St Peters Hospital, Essex. SOLD OUT
  • 26-27th May: Nijmegen, HollandSOLD OUT
  • 10-11th June: Holy Cross Hospital, Surrey: SOLD OUT
  • 1-2nd July: Thun, Switzerland; SOLD OUT
  • 12-13th Aug: Ambleside, Lake District, UK; SOLD OUT
  • 19-20th Aug: Berkeley St, Central London, UK; SOLD OUT
  • 9-10th Sept: Malta: Details and Bookings please email maltaphysiocare@gmail.com
  • 7-8th Oct: Letchworth, Herts, UK: SOLD OUT
  • 21-22nd Oct: Rome, Italy: Details and Bookings; here
  • 4-5th Nov: Loughborough Hospital, Loughborough, UK; Details and Booking; here
  • 18-19th Nov: Darent Valley Hospital Dartford, Kent, UK: Details and Bookings: here
  • 25-26th Nov: Crystal Place Park, London, UK: Details and Bookings; here

2018:

  • 20-21th Jan: Matt Roberts Training, London, W1; Details and Bookings here
  • 26-27th Jan: Nijmegen, Holland: Details and Bookings here
  • 3-4th Feb: Ipswich, UK: SOLD OUT
  • 24-25th Feb: Perth, Australia: Details and Bookings here
  • 3-4th Mar: Brisbane, Australia; Details and Bookings here
  • 6-7th Mar: Sydney, Australia; Details and Bookings here
  • 10-11th Mar: Melbourne, Australia; Details and Bookings here
  • 24-25th Mar: Royal Bournemouth Hospital; Details and Bookings here
  • 14-15th Apr: Aut Even HospitalKilkenny, Ireland: Please email jcampbell@auteven.ie for bookings
  • 28-29th Apr: Milan Italy: Details Coming Soon
  • 5-6th May: Ystad, Sweden; Details Coming Soon
  • 12-13th May: Helsinki, Finland: Details Coming Soon
  • 19-20th May: Stevenage, Herts, UK: Details Coming Soon
  • 2-3rd Jun; Heidelberg, Germany; Details Coming Soon
  • 8-10th Jun: Hip/Shoulder with Erik Meira: London, UK: Details Coming Soon
  • 16-17th Jun: Whittington Hospital, London, Details Coming Soon
  • July; Gdansk, Poland; TBC
  • 31st Aug-1st Sept: Copenhagen, Denmark: Details Coming Soon
  • 7-8th Sept; Ghent, Belgium; Details Coming Soon
  • 15-16th Sept; Litchfield, UK, Details Coming Soon
  • 22-23rd Sept: Hip/Shoulder with Erik Meira: Washington USA: TBC
  • 17-18th Sept: Nth California, USA; TBC
  • 29-30th Sept: Phoenix, AZ, USA; TBC
  • 28th-29th Oct: Tel AvivIsrael: Details Coming Soon
  • 23-24th Nov; Nijmegen, Holland; Details Coming Soon

If you wish to host your own course, please email me at ShoulderCourse@hotmail.com

Cheers

Adam