This webinar was recorded on 2nd June 2021.

Cost: NZD $20
Access: available for 7 days
Includes: slide handouts and CPD Certificate

The RNOHT unit has been on a journey from one of the first regional units for Shoulder & elbow dysfunctions to now being the leading National centre for specialist UL problems primarily arthroplasty and atraumatic shoulder instability. This webinar will review the lessons learnt, developments in treatments and future areas of research. 

The focus of this webinar will be on patients that have had a protracted recovery despite conventional management, predominantly non-traumatic shoulder instability and pain. Anju will cover how they address these patients within a biopsychosocial framework and what does the intervention look like, how the input is provided via a team rather than individual professions. 

Anju will use case studies to help clinicians identify the patients that may need specialist help and what does the intervention involve and how perhaps some of these issues could have been better managed or addressed from the outset. 
Anju will cover:
  • What does complexity look like?
  • Where are we at, where do we need to go?
  • What do we do now?

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this webinar you will:
  • Be able to stratify patients that may require a more multi-dimensional approach
  • Understand the Biopsychosocial approach in shoulder management
  • Understand realistic expectations of outcome

Presentation handouts, reference list and CPD certificates provided. 

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

Anju Jaggi

BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy. Consultant Physiotherapist Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Deputy Director for AHP R&D RNOHT. British Shoulder & Elbow Council member. Trustee RNOHT charity. Nearly 25 years clinical experience managing shoulder dysfunction working at a specialist unit in the UK. Actively involved in clinical research a co-applicant on National multi-centred RCTs. Previous President and past president of the European Society for Shoulder & Elbow rehabilitation and sat on the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) for development of Arthroplasty guidelines.