Scapular vs glenohumeral dysfunction: Which is the Chicken & Which is the Egg?

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  • Skill Levelintermediate
  • Lectures1 Video
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Key concepts covered include:

By the end of this course, you will be able to understand:

  • What is Scapular vs glenohumeral dysfunctions?
  • Which occurs first and what are their complications?
  • What are the finer points during the examination of these dysfunctions?

What you'll learn

Scapular and glenohumeral joint movement dysfunctions are common in the orthopaedic department and are the most debilitating conditions. The most commonly occurring disabilities in shoulder joint movement include shoulder impingement and associated rotator cuff disease or tendinopathy, which can progress to glenohumeral joint instability, adhesive capsulitis and rotator cuff tears. read more »»

Learn more about Scapular vs glenohumeral dysfunction in this course by an expert speaker.
Who should attend?
  • Budding Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Physiotherapists
  • General practitioners
  • Undergraduate medical students (Interns)
  • Postgraduate students in medicine
    Nurses
    Life science graduates

Instructor

Tanya Bell-Jenje

Director of BRH Physios
Director of Off Nicol Health Wellness & Rehab
Creator of Groovi Movements Physios Software


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Tanya is a manual therapist, international lecturer & developer of the Groovi Movements Physio Software. She is a founder of BRH Physiotherapists and a Director of ‘Off Nicol Health Wellness & Rehab’ in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Her earlier experiences revolved around her position as Physiotherapist for the SA Ladies Hockey Team & the South African Cricket Academy. She was team physio at Commonwealth Games as well as the Sydney Olympics. She is an Honorary Lecturer at Wits University & has lectured at various orthopaedic congresses and presented numerous workshops pertaining to Physiotherapy for movement dysfunction both locally, in the USA, Middle East, India, Holland & the UK. Recently, during the Covid Pandemic, she has presented numerous live webinars to an international audience.

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Instructor

Tanya Bell-Jenje

Director of BRH Physios
Director of Off Nicol Health Wellness & Rehab
Creator of Groovi Movements Physios Software


4/5

Tanya is a manual therapist, international lecturer & developer of the Groovi Movements Physio Software. She is a founder of BRH Physiotherapists and a Director of ‘Off Nicol Health Wellness & Rehab’ in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Her earlier experiences revolved around her position as Physiotherapist for the SA Ladies Hockey Team & the South African Cricket Academy. She was team physio at Commonwealth Games as well as the Sydney Olympics. She is an Honorary Lecturer at Wits University & has lectured at various orthopaedic congresses and presented numerous workshops pertaining to Physiotherapy for movement dysfunction both locally, in the USA, Middle East, India, Holland & the UK. Recently, during the Covid Pandemic, she has presented numerous live webinars to an international audience.

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Last Updated 06/2021

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