Recorded on: Tuesday 27th April 2021
Host: 
Dr Angela Cadogan

Frozen shoulder is a painful and common shoulder condition. Recent evidence has improved our understanding of pathoaetiology, natural history, risk factors and treatment outcomes and how this might influence our management of people with frozen shoulder. 

 Angela covers latest updates on frozen shoulder including:

  • Terminology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Differential diagnosis
  • Natural history and prognosis
  • Treatment-based classification
  • Treatment interventions for the pain, and stiffness-predominant phases
  • Pain phenotypes in frozen shoulder
  • The timing and use of corticosteroid injections 
  • New insights into stretching and strengthening
  • How this might change our current practice


By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Discuss current knowledge for the pathoaetiology and treatment of frozen shoulder
  • Apply clinical reasoning to your patients to help identify the most appropriate treatment strategies at different stages of the condition.
  • Understand the role, timing and doseage of physiotherapy interventions in the treatment of frozen shoulder including education, stretching, manual therapy and exercise. 

    Slide handouts and CPD certificates provided.


Study time: 1 hour

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Overview

    • About you

    • About the Presenter

    • Copyright Warning Notice

  • 2

    Webinar

    • Handouts

    • Recorded Webinar

  • 3

    Before you go

    • Please rate this Webinar

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Instructor

Instructor

Dr Angela Cadogan

Dr Angela Cadogan PhD, NZRPS, M.Sports Physio, Dip.MT Physiotherapy Specialist (Musculoskeletal) Angela is a NZ registered Physiotherapy Specialist (Musculoskeletal). Angela has a Ph.D in Musculoskeletal Diagnostics from AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand (2012) with a sub-specialty in the diagnosis and management of shoulder pain. She is based in Christchurch, New Zealand where she works part-time in her own physiotherapy practice, in a diagnostic Orthopaedic Triage role (Shoulder) with the Canterbury District Health Board and in private practice with an orthopaedic shoulder specialist. She has an ongoing research interest in shoulder diagnostics and clinical management of shoulder conditions.