presented by J.J. Mowder-Tinney
The management of individuals with shoulder dysfunction often challenges even the most experienced clinician. Performing a comprehensive evaluation of patients with the hemiplegic shoulder can enhance the quality and efficiency of patient care while also indicating the most appropriate and effective treatment choices. In this course by J.J. Mowder-Tinney, PT, PhD, NCS, C/NDT, CSRS, participants will integrate biomechanical assessment and clinical problem solving skills in order to prioritize impairments of differing patient presentations and progress a variety of intervention ideas. A mixture of demonstrations will be utilized to allow immediate incorporation into practice. These treatment ideas will include priority stretches, low/high tone, subluxation, pain, and functional activities.
J.J. Mowder-Tinney received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder and her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami in Florida. She completed her doctorate in physical therapy at NOVA Southeastern University. She has more than 20 years of experience in a multitude of clinical settings with the majority of experience with people with neuromuscular deficits. She is certified as a clinical specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). Dr. Mowder-Tinney has extensive training and is certified in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT). She received her Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS) certification from the American Stroke Association and her Certified Exercise Expert in Aging Adults certification from the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy. She was the recipient of the 2017 Excellence in Education Award from the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy. She is currently an Associate Professor at Nazareth College in the physical therapy department. She teaches the Neuromuscular series that incorporates the onsite pro-bono clinic. In addition, she teaches an advanced neuromuscular elective. She has conducted nationwide seminars on the treatment of aging adults and patients with neurological deficits, spinal cord injuries, balance challenges, and Parkinson's Disease.
Identify key landmarks in the musculoskeletal anatomy of the shoulder. Outline the function of key shoulder muscles in relation to patient rehabilitation.
Identify the common etiology of pain in the hemiplegic shoulder. Connect evaluative findings to potential pathology in the hemiplegic shoulder. Outline the common spasticity findings in patients with a hemiplegic shoulder.
Discuss a comprehensive assessment of the primary impairments of the hemiplegic shoulder . Describe the normal alignment of the scapula. Describe a common outcome measure for spasticity.
Outline common standardized outcome measures that can be used with patients that have a hemiplegic shoulder. Compare and contrast standardized outcome measures to assess arm function based on setting, evidence, and effectiveness.
Describe options for evidence based interventions for rehabilitation of the UE. Evaluate a patient case and determine the most appropriate treatment intervention for that patient.
Identify various intervention implementation for rehabilitation based on a variety of impairments including pain, low tone, high tone, and functional training.