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IC205-2020: Let's Learn How to Treat Shoulder Instability from our most 'Elite Athletes' - Special Ops Military Athletes
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IC205

Let's Learn How to Treat Shoulder Instability from our Most 'Elite Athletes' - Special Ops Military 'Athletes' 

George J. Davies DPT, SCS, ATC CSCS; Jonathan F. Dickens MD; Matthew T. Provencher MD, MD, USNR; Mark Slabaugh, MD

 

Course Description:

Shoulder instability is a major concern in athletics at all ages and levels of performance. So, what can we learn from extensive experiences of Military Orthopaedic Surgeons treating elite warriors? Dr. Dickens will present information on the epidemiology of shoulder instability and 'pearls' from his experiences. Dr. Provencher will present options and scientific rationale for selection of surgical procedures and 'tricks' from his experiences. Dr. Tokish will present the criteria for return to activity and outcome studies following shoulder instabilities and share his unique perspective and experiences. After their formal presentations, each presenter will share a unique case study and what we can all learn from these elite warriors.

 

Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the significant number and impact shoulder instability has on Special Ops Military 'Athletes'.
  • Compare and contrast different surgical procedures that can be used to treat shoulder instabilities and the rationale and evidence supporting the decisions.
  • Design appropriate tests that can be used as evidence-based criteria for return to activity.
  • Formulate the best clinical decision making to treat unique shoulder instabilities based on the case studies from these elite warriors.
Faculty
  • George J. Davies DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS
  • Jonathan F. Dickens MD
  • Matthew T. Provencher MD, MC USNR
  • Mark  A. Slabaugh MD
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Expires on 08/01/2023
Cost: Member: $20.00
Non-Member: $30.00
Credit Offered: 1.5 CME Credits
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