Shoulder Biomechanics (N20-3)

$9.99

This course includes 3 lessons and offers 1.0 Category A CEUs for Athletic Trainers.

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Shoulder Biomechanics –  Lessons within this Course:

Welcome Message: Alexander Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, President, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute

 

Dr. Hrubes is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Sports Medicine and is the Director of our Primary Care Sports Division for the New York region. She currently serves as the Medical Director for the Radio City Rockettes, as a team physician for the United States Soccer Federation and has previously worked with United States Gymnastics. She has experience with broad-based musculoskeletal injuries with particular interest in injury prevention and biomechanical rehabilitation in athletes, performing artists, endurance sports, and female athletes. She specializes in ultrasound-guided procedures, regenerative medicine, and electrodiagnostic medicine.Lesson 1: Scapular Biomechanics: Where shoulder pain is from up the chain

Faculty Member: Melody Hrubes, MD

Dr. Hrubes is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Sports Medicine and is the Director of our Primary Care Sports Division for the New York region.  She currently serves as the Medical Director for the Radio City Rockettes, as a team physician for the United States Soccer Federation and has previously worked with United States Gymnastics.

Dr. Hrubes treats patients at Rothman Orthopaedics locations in New York. Review Dr. Hrubes’ full biography, please click here.

Lesson 2: Labral Issues in Overhead Athletes

Faculty Member: Brandon Erickson, MD

Dr. Erickson is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon, specializing in sports-related injuries of both athletes and non-athletes alike. Through his work with Major League Baseball, he has been able to better define injury patterns and treatment outcomes in elite-level overhead athletes. His research efforts focus on shoulder, knee, and elbow conditions, especially those affecting the throwing athlete.

Dr. Erickson treats patients at Rothman Orthopaedics locations in New York. Please click here for full bio.

Lesson 3: Great Shoulder Exercises Gone Bad

Faculty Member: Nicholas Serio, Ed.D, RSCC*D, CSCS

 

 

 

CE Information

1.0 Category A CEUs offered to Athletic Trainers

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