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The Movement System: Humeral Syndromes of the Shoulder

presented by Jared Vagy, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

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Financial: Jared Vagy receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.


 Non-Financial: Jared Vagy is a TheraBand Academy Speaker.

Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.

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Video Runtime: 71 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 33 Minutes

This is an interactive course that will teach you how to identify faulty humeral alignment and movement patterns in the shoulder by analyzing patient posture and movement. You will learn how to use components of the movement system to classify patients with humeral movement faults and mechanical shoulder pain. Based on movement classifications, you will hypothesize mobility and muscle performance deficits contributing to a patient's symptoms. You will integrate symptom modification procedures into your interventions and learn how to restore optimal posture and movement of the humerus.

Additional Content


Additional athlete movement system courses presented by Dr. Jared Vagy include:

The Movement System The Athlete Movement System

Meet Your Instructor

Jared Vagy, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Jared Vagy received his doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from the University of Southern California (USC) and completed a one-year residency in orthopedics and a one-year fellowship in movement science. Dr. Vagy is a clinical assistant professor of physical therapy in the DPT program at USC and is a mentor in both the orthopedic residency…

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1. Patient Case: Robin

This chapter describes the background and history of Shirley Sahrmann and colleagues, the developers of the movement system impairment (MSI) model. You will learn how to integrate the MSI model into the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) model to create a comprehensive model for physical therapy practice. You will analyze a patient’s posture and movement while learning how to utilize symptom modification procedures (SMPs) to correct for excessive humeral anterior glide. You will determine how mobility and muscle performance deficits influence the patient’s posture and movement. You will then use the movement system to restore optimal posture and movement for a patient who presents with excessive humeral anterior glide.

2. Patient Case: Jessica

This chapter will use a patient case to introduce the syndrome of humeral superior glide. You will analyze the patient’s posture and movement while learning how to utilize SMPs to correct for excessive humeral superior glide. You will determine how mobility and muscle performance deficits influence the patient’s posture and movement. You will then use the movement system to restore optimal posture and movement for a patient who presents with excessive humeral superior glide.

3. Patient Case: Patrick

This chapter will use a patient case to introduce the syndrome of humeral medial rotation. You will analyze the patient’s posture and movement while learning how to utilize SMPs to correct for excessive humeral medial rotation. You will determine how mobility and muscle performance deficits influence the patient’s posture and movement. You will then use the movement system to restore optimal posture and movement for a patient who presents with excessive medial rotation.

4. Patient Case: Bethanie

This chapter will use a patient case to introduce the syndrome of glenohumeral multidirectional hypermobility. You will analyze the patient’s posture and movement while learning how to utilize SMPs to correct for excessive glenohumeral multidirectional hypermobility. You will determine how mobility and muscle performance influence the patient’s posture and movement. You will then use the movement system to restore optimal posture and movement for a patient who presents with glenohumeral multidirectional hypermobility.

5. Patient Case: Charles

This chapter will use a patient case to introduce the syndrome of glenohumeral hypomobility. You will analyze the patient’s posture and movement while learning how to utilize SMPs to correct for glenohumeral hypomobility. You will determine how mobility and muscle performance deficits influence the patient’s posture and movement. You will then use the movement system to restore optimal posture and movement for a patient who presents with glenohumeral hypomobility.

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