Denis Mecklenburg recently completed a high-level sporting shoulder course conducted by shoulder physiotherapy clinician, researcher and course presenter – Lyn Watson.

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, which also makes it prone to injury. If you’re an athlete, taxing your shoulder over time with repetitive, overhead movements or participating in contact sports may put your shoulder at risk for injury.

With a mix of both theory and practical components, Dr Lyn Watson covered various topics including:

  • Hyper-mobility in the sporting population
  • Rotator cuff overload
  • Traumatic instability
  • Posterior capsule tightness
  • Traumatic rotator cuff tears
  • Advanced assessment & rehabilitation of the Shoulder

At PhysioActive, we place great emphasis on continuing professional development because it ensures that our physiotherapists continue to be competent in their profession. This is also an ongoing process to ensure our quality of care to our patients!

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