This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from the IJSPT.
Inner Circle and RehabWebinars.com Updates
My last live Inner Circle webinar on Scapular Dyskinesis was uploaded to the site last week. I talked about what exactly scapular dyskinesis means, how to assess, and what we can do to treat scapular dyskinesis. My next webinar will be on “Why Corrective Exercises Do Not Always Work and What to Do About It.” This webinar will be Tuesday October 29th at 10:00 AM EST but will be recording it to view later if you can not attend live.
RehabWebinars.com has a couple of great talks on Unusual Causes on Shoulder Pain in Athletes and Manual Therapy for the Low Back. Everyone knows about cuffs and instability, knowing about some of the unusual causes of pain in the shoulder can help set you apart. The presentation on manual therapy for the low back is from Ken Crenshaw and Nate Shaw of the Arizona Diamondbacks and one of my favorite presentations the last couple of months:
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New module on Manual Therapy for the Shoulder
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IJSPT Issue on the Shoulder
This month’s issue of the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy is a special issue on the shoulder and jam packed with great articles. I personally contributed to two articles. The first was an article on Microinstability of the Shoulder in Overhead Athletes, and the second was a collaboration with Kevin Wilk, Todd Ellenbecker, George Davies, and Rob Manske on a consensus paper on GIRD. There are more great articles from Russ Paine, Mike Voight, and many more. This issue is so packed with info that I’ll just include one “Stuff You Should Read Link.”