Not all tendons are created equal – Implications for differing treatment approaches in the shoulder and the foot.
On the back of the November, 2015 JOSPT Tendonopathy Special Issue!
Name of Sponsor
Kaiser Permanente Northern California Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Fellowship
Instructor(s) / Speaker
Kornelia Kulig, PT, PhD, FAPTA, FAAOMPT (hon)
Sean Johnson, DPT, OCS
This course builds on the professions’ long-standing discussion asking whether intervention approaches for tendinopathies can be, or should be, similar or different across the upper and lower extremities. Consequently, the entire issue of the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy (November 2015) was devoted to tendinopathies. In this course we will build on this recent literature and our prior and current laboratory and clinical experiences and propose additional strategies for management of tendinopathies. We will continue our debate framed around Recurrence of Symptoms and probe into our earlier statements that “The cessation of painful symptoms does not necessarily reflect resolution of the disease processes, and the symptoms may return.” Understanding the time course of the disease, the underlying pathology and related sign and symptoms, provides a foundation for better clinical reasoning and practice”. We will incorporate laboratory data; tie them in with technology assisted clinical assessment strategies, manual therapy and physical capacity assessments and well-founded therapeutic interventions.
March 19, 2016 (Saturday)
Fellowship Training Lab
Kaiser Permanente Union City MOB
3555 Whipple Rd, Bldg A, Union City, CA
Time: 8:30am – 12:30pm
To obtain more information contact:
How to register:
Register Online by emailing: Vanessa.X.Labson@kp.org
Deadline date for registration
March 15, 2016
Pre-registration is required.
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your registration, please send your request in writing Vanessa.X.Labson@kp.org.
Approved # of CEU’s
Pending, application submitted.