Postponed!

We regret to inform that “SCAPULAR DISKYNESIS 2021” that was scheduled to happen on January 2021 has been postponed.The postponement is under-taken upon several reasons that may have significant impact on the success of the event.

We are expecting new dates to be around by end of March 2021.We apologize for any inconvenience, please stay tuned for the new date

Learn the latest in how to recognize, diagnose and treat scapular dyskinesis

Guidelines for evaluation and treatment 

NCS America Inc is pleased to sponsor a rare and exciting opportunity to learn how to recognize, diagnosis and treat Scapular Dyskinesis.  Featuring the expertise and experience of the world recognized authority, Dr. W. Ben Kibler assisted by Associate Professor Dr. Aaron Sciascia from Eastern Kentucky University and Mr. John Will Lockhart II, PT from the Lexington Clinic.

Dr. W. Ben Kibler M.D.
Lexington Clinic
World renown author, lecturer and expert on scapular function and dysfunction

Dr. Aaron Sciascia PhD, ATC, PES, SMTC
Eastern Kentucky University
Associate Professor Exercise and Sport Science

Dr. John Will Lockhart II PT, DPT
Lexington Clinic

Learn the latest in how to recognize, diagnose and treat scapular dyskinesis.

What:

The Course will take place on three consecutive Saturdays.
Course topics include:

  • March 2021 | Why is the scapula important? Scapular roles in shoulder function and dysfunction (105 min)
  • March 2021 |Evaluation of scapular dyskinesis – the complete diagnosis as a guide for treatment (90 min)
  • March 2021 |Surgical and non surgical treatment – indications, techniques, and guidelines (120min)

Course Objectives:

  • To describe the role of the scapula in normal shoulder function and in individuals with shoulder    pain and/or various shoulder pathologies.
  • To employ specific clinical maneuvers designed to identify scapular dysfunction.
  • To explain the kinetic chain philosophy of shoulder rehabilitation.
  • To employ kinetic chain-based exercises to treat scapular dysfunction.

Postponed!

We regret to inform that “SCAPULAR DISKYNESIS 2021” that was scheduled to happen on January 2021 has been postponed.
The postponement is under-taken upon several reasons that may have significant impact on the success of the event.

We are expecting new dates to be around by end of March 2021.
We apologize for any inconvenience, please stay tuned for the new date


ZOOM WEB EVENT!
March, 2021
3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

TARGET AUDIENCE
TARGET AUDIENCE: Physicians, Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers (4.75 BOC Category A CEU’s)


FEES

Doctor / Physician: $300.
Non-Physician – Others: $200.

LAST CHANCHE TO ENROLL
31 DECEMBER 2020

CREDITS
The Kentucky Medical Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 4.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Brochure

Dates & Topics

Part 1 

Why is the scapula important?
Scapular roles in shoulder function & dysfunction

Part 2

Evaluation of scapular dyskinesis
The complete diagnosis as a guide for treatment

Part 3

Surgical and non surgical treatment – indications, techniques, and guidelines.


Session 1 
Scapular mechanics (kinesis) and pathomechanics (dyskinesis)
Kibler
15 minutes

  • Definition and visual examples of kinesis and dyskinesis
  • Dyskinesis as an impairment, with multiple causative factors
  • Presentation of the multiple causative factors for dyskinesis

Discussion and audience participation – 15 minutes

Session 2
Cases and discussion- scapular dyskinesis in shoulder injury and dysfunction- cause or effect
 Kibler, Sciascia, Lockhart
60 minutes

  • Soft tissue alterations, soft tissue injury
  • Intra- articular injury
  • Bone alterations
  • Neurological injury

Discussion and audience participation – 15 minutes


Session 3
Comprehensive evaluation
Kibler, Sciascia, Lockhart
20 minutes

  • Scapular dyskinesis evaluation algorithm
  • Case presentations
  • Techniques for qualitative clinical evaluation

Discussion and audience participation – 20  minutes

Session 4
Results from the evaluation
Kibler, Lockhart
20 minutes

  • Common deficits, isolated, combined on the evaluation
  • Common patterns of muscle weakness/inhibition
  • Quantitative evaluation- preliminary report

Discussion and audience participation – 30 minutes


Session 5
Surgical treatment- indications and outcomes
Kibler
20 minutes

  • Glenohumeral joint injury
  • Clavicle/ AC joint injury
  • Muscle surgery- repair/reattachment, muscle transfers

Discussion and audience participation –  20 minutes

Session 6
Non-surgical- protocols, progressions, pitfalls
Sciascia, Lockhart
60 minutes

  • Evaluation, initial exercise prescription, initial therapy goals
  • Therapy progressions- criteria for progression
  • Criteria- return to activity
  • Pitfalls and advanced techniques

Discussion and audience participation –  20 minutes

Stay tuned for the new date!

Brochure

* This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the Kentucky Medical Association and W. Ben Kibler, MD.
The Kentucky Medical Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

* This course content is not intended for use by any participants outside the scope of their license or regulation.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
John Winslow
j.winslow@ncs-company.com
970-980-1110

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