presented by Eric Hegedus
Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Eric Hegedus, PT, DPT, MHSc, OCS, CSCS
Dr. Eric J Hegedus has had a notable 21-year career as a leader and innovator in physical therapist education, research, and clinical practice and is founding Chair of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Department at High Point University. Dr Hegedus also is founder and director of Targeted Enhanced Athletic Movement (TEAM). TEAM is a community-based…Read full bio
Define shoulder pain. Outline the prevalence and incidence of shoulder pain. Identify risk factors for sources of shoulder pain. Evaluate the economic impact of shoulder dysfunction.
2. Patient History and Self-Report Outcomes Measures
Recognize patient interview questions unique to the shoulder and the value of those questions. Identify best SRMs for shoulder pain.
Observe asymmetries and /or anomalies in the shoulder joint complex. Identify the link or lack thereof between shoulder pain and observed asymmetries.
4. Triage and Screening
Identify common Red Flags and yellow flags in the treatment of patients with shoulder pain. Understand the role of referral from adjacent body segments in shoulder pain. Explain how to perform two common screening tests for bony abnormalities of the shoulder
5. Motion Testing
Perform basic motion testing of the shoulder with focus on the concordant sign. Perform motion testing of the shoulder beyond cardinal or straight planes.
6. Palpation and Manual Muscle Testing
Perform an appropriate palpatory examination of the shoulder. Perform an appropriate muscle testing examination of the shoulder.
7. Special Tests
Identify the most diagnostic shoulder oriented special tests. Apply the tests to the appropriate diagnoses.
8. Physical Performance Measures
Demonstrate the most commonly used physical performance measures of the shoulder complex. Identify the utility of the physical performance measures of the shoulder complex.