LYN WATSON: SHOULDER LEVEL 1
The course presented this year will be the Lyn Watson Level 1 Shoulder course. It will include approximately 16 hours of theoretical and clinical components revolving around the following: Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Shoulder joint, Subjective and Objective Assessment, Glenohumeral Instability, Assessment of Glenohumeral Instability, Treatment & Mobilisation Techniques of the Stiff Shoulder, Functional Rehabilitation of the Shoulder, and the Rotator Cuff & Stiff Shoulders, as well as a demonstration of some Shoulder Taping Techniques.
This course will be restricted to 8 participants. With 5 facilitators/presenters to ensure an efficient presenter to participant ratio. Each participant will receive a complete set of course notes, based on Lyn’s most recent clinical and research studies, as well as a certificate at the completion of the course.
The cost for the course will be DKK4200 per participant.This will include all the course supplies, as well as a daily lunch, coffee, tea and refreshments. Please click on the link for the course outline below to see a more detailed schedule of the course.
The Lyn Watson Level 1 Shoulder Physio Course offers Physiotherapists the opportunity to gain extensive clinical and research insights into the Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment & Rehabilitation of the Shoulder and Shoulder Girdle.Our aim is to give you information and techniques that will have immediate clinical application:
- Understand the relevant functional anatomy, biomechanics and patho-mechanics that contributes to the clinical presentation of your patients
- A logical and structured plan to your assessment of the shoulder and shoulder girdle
- The skills to develop a working diagnosis while considering differential diagnoses
- A framework to decide whether to treat, investigate, refer or any combination
- A structure to tailor a rehabilitation programme to any patient
- The skill to monitor your progress, adjust your working diagnosis & treatment to get the best results for your patients
During the course Lyn discusses relevant and real patient presentations that she has seen over her 30 years of Shoulder Physiotherapy experience. The course is constantly updated and based on current research to provide “cutting edge” information, her new treatment techniques as well as evidence based best practices for therapists to use it their clinic.
Dr Lyn Watson is a clinical Manipulative and Sports Physiotherapist who has been working exclusively in the diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation of shoulder injuries for the past 25 years. She lives in Melbourne, Australia where she is the Shoulder physiotherapy consultant to a variety of national and international teams and individual athletes. She has been consulting to the Australian Cricket Team since 1994, and working with Australian Olympic Level Swimmers, Water Polo, Beach Volleyball, Rowers and professional Tennis Players for over 20 years. Her clinical practice has a balance of elite athletes, weekend warriors, office workers and manual workers of all age groups. As such, she treats and specialises in the everyday typical shoulder conditions such as rotator cuff pathologies, instability, impingement and the stiff shoulder.She has been conducting clinically relevant, published research since 1996. She is an Adjunct Professor of Research at Western University, Ontario Canada. She has been involved in the research and preparation of more than 20 articles on Rehabilitation of Multidirectional Instability, Frozen Shoulder & Hydrodilatation, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Glenohumeral Joint Instability, Scapula Biomechanics and Clinical Outcome Measures. Her most recent research, a rehabilitation program for MD, has been validated in a RCT by Dr Sarah Warby.Lyn is also an internationally renowned lecturer, course presenter. Over the last 25 years she has developed a logical and progressive approach to the assessment, diagnosis, rehabilitation and management of the shoulder and shoulder girdle. She has been teaching this approach in her Shoulder Physiotherapy courses throughout Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Italy, USA, South Africa and Asia since 1992.