presented by Jennifer T. Dodson
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Jennifer T. Dodson, OTR/L, CHT
Jennifer graduated from the Florida International University occupational therapy program in 1998. She has been practicing outpatient rehabilitation in Jacksonville, Florida, ever since. In 2002, she was honored to be chosen as a fellow for the Evelyn Mackin Hand Therapy Fellowship at the Philadelphia Hand Center. She became a certified hand therapist in 2004. Part…Read full bio
1. Anatomy and Biomechanics
This chapter will review the different types of shoulder impingement. Recent biomechanics studies will be reviewed to consider when performing evaluations.
2. Evaluation of Shoulder Impingement
Evaluation techniques and special tests/screenings will be presented and demonstrated. The specificity and validity of tests and screenings will also be discussed. The importance of gathering a thorough history and analyzing a person’s ADLs will also be discussed.
3. Special Tests for Shoulder Impingement, Evaluation of Soft Tissue Imbalance
Though you may be lucky enough to obtain referrals from professionals in the field, there are times where you may receive referrals from non-specialists that do not dictate enough information to properly diagnose patients. This chapter will illustrate the types of impingement tests needed to successfully evaluate patients with shoulder impingement.