March 15, 2018
So You Have Performed A Movement Screen. … Now what? Interpreting Results and Forming Corrective Strategies.
Presenter: Kenneth T. Cieslak, DC, ATC, CSCS
Crowne Plaza Fairfield - 690 Route 46 E, Fairfield, NJ 07004 Phone: 973-227-9200
Movement screens are increasingly utilized by clinicians to assess for asymmetries of motion or posture. The key to an effective program is to have a plan for how to interpret the results of a screen, and implement corrective strategies that address any potential issues noted. In part one of our lecture series, we discussed a systematic approach to assess global movements, in both static and dynamic postures. In this follow up session, we will look a common movement issues found in each of the screens, and examine corrective procedures to implement to address these findings.
In the second part of this lecture, we will review an orthopedic assessment protocol for the shoulder, including what tests are most worthwhile and how to interpret findings, and discuss common conditions patients will present with in this region.
** 5 CEU approved