Terry Rzepkowski – Shoulder Disorders: An Evidence-Based Approach to Evaluation and Treatment
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- Terry Rzepkowski is a professor.
Duration: around 5 hours
Copyright expires on January 20, 2021.
The shoulder is naturally unstable, which explains why it moves so much! One of the most difficult challenges for rehab specialists is gaining a thorough grasp of the shoulder complex and how the unique anatomy and biomechanics play into the non-surgical and post-surgical rehab processes.
Dr. Rzepkowski has 38 years of orthopedic experience and will lead you through the following steps:
Which tests should be used to swiftly identify the compromised structures?
Interventions in manual and resistive exercise to enhance the recovery of shoulder complex function
Pain treatment best practices
This course, however, is not simply for pre-op. It might be tough to grasp why post-op procedure is built the way it is when you’re following it. You will also be able to SEE the surgical procedures during this event to have a complete knowledge of why and how the guidelines were formed. You will have a better grasp of the following:
The significance of each ligament, as well as how it affects surgery and recovery
Why is mechanical wear and tear so prevalent?
Impingement anatomy: movies that demonstrate what’s going on beneath the skin
This in-depth grasp of biomechanics is critical for treating patients with a wide range of shoulder diseases, from tendinitis to complete shoulder replacements. Today, watch Dr. Rzepkowski to gain confidence in treating the many forms of shoulder problems that you face in practice.
SHOULDER INJURY MECHANISMS
Insidious and severe
Structures that are weakened
Shoulder function is influenced by biomechanical factors.
CLINICAL PROCEDURES FOR TARGETING COMPROMISED STRUCTURES
Clinical testing that detect problems immediately
Assessment tests for:
Rotator cuff injuries
Pathology of the labrum
Interpreting the particular test data correctly
ACCESS TO SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR INSIDERS
Shoulder repair surgical video reviews
Decompression of the subacromial space
Repair of the rotator cuff
Fracture of the proximal shoulder
Total shoulder reversal Total shoulder reversal
MANAGEMENT OF PAIN
Pain-relieving perioperative procedures
How are Interscalene blocks constructed?
Non-narcotic pain mixtures are used to hasten discharge comfort.
RESTORE THE SHOULDER COMPLEX FUNCTION
Scapula-humeral rhythm kinesiology
Muscle group sequencing in order of priority
Customized workouts to aid in rehabilitation intervention
Progression of manual treatment
Include personalized fitness videos.
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Dr. Terry L Rzepkowski, DPT, MS, BS is an Orthopedic Physical Therapist. He has specialized in Orthopedics for the past 37 years, focusing on Musculoskeletal out-patient rehab as an independent private practitioner, Total Joint Replacement Surgery, and Sports Medicine. Terry, a professor in the Health Science department at Nova Southeastern University, teaches Anatomy, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, and Neuro anatomy. Terry is well-versed in the difficulties of the Orthopedic joint replacement patient. Terry’s current professional employment as a home care therapist exclusively working with orthopedic surgery patients in Tampa FL provides a platform for remaining up to date on the newest techniques and procedures used in joint care rehab. He likes sharing his skills with broad audiences around the country as a sought-after presenter. Terry has given professional presentations on shoulder, knee, and hip injuries as well as developments in orthopedic care.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Terry Rzepkowski works as an Assistant Professor at both Nova Southeastern University Tampa and South University Tampa. PESI, Inc. pays him a speaking honorarium.
Terry Rzepkowski is a non-financial member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).