The shoulder in sport—typical clinical patterns (Part 2)
In part two, you’ll discover the background and clinical presentation of acute shoulder dislocation, multi-directional instability, disorders of the overhead athlete and rotator cuff disorders in the athletic population.
Mary has over 20 years experience working with overhead athletes in elite sporting environments. While valuable on its own, this presentation forms part of the APA ‘Advanced sporting shoulder’ course content.
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