Shoulder Rehabilitation

by Tanya Thompson

Shoulder Stabilisation & Precision in Rehabilitation

                                                                     

Movement professionals know how important shoulder stabilization is but the real skill comes with knowing exactly how to stabilize the shoulder in all its ranges. What are the correct and incorrect cues? when teaching a layman true movement with precision and without compensation?

                       

Before we can understand stabilization, we need a comprehensive knowledge of all the muscles that affect the shoulder joint and the shoulder girdle. We also need to understand the relationship between the cervical spine, thoracic spine and shoulder joint (Braced triangle) Once this has been established, the instructor will then truly understand the muscles that need to be targeted for a specified condition, negative movement pattern or client.

                       

The aim of this course is to give the instructor a deeper understanding of optimal movement of the shoulder joint. Once this is achieved, it is far easier to rehabilitate a shoulder as the instructor has a knowledgeable outlook with a strong mind body connection to their own gleno-humeral joint.

                       

We also need to educate the clients in order for them to do everyday chores without compensating as soon as the humerus is mobile hence the stabilization needs to become involuntary.

                                                       


    

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Course Info

Updated
Apr 08, 2020
Duration
02:57
REPs UAE
3.00
REPs NZ
2.00
Level
All levels
Price
$ 59.00

Teacher

Tanya Thompson

Tanya Thompson

Tanya Thompson is the owner and founder of Pilates Unlimited. Tanya has been in the wellness industry since 1998. Her company has over 180 000 hours of experience in movement and rehabilitation. Pilates Unlimited has helped thousands of people achieve a holistic approach to health. Pilates Unlimited is blessed with clients that have been with them from the first day that they opened their doors. They are committed to offering a warm and inviting environment for all their clients in their beautiful studio. Tanya has also developed and presented specialized courses to assist health care professionals, Pilates instructors and personal trainers improve their patients or clients results through movement and exercise.

 

Her company has launched a new product called Of-Courseonline.com, which is focused on post education for all movement professionals across the globe. Of-CourseOnline currently has members in South Africa, USA, UK, UAE, India, China, Australia, Namibia, Botswana, Switzerland and Belgium.