Event Date :
September 22, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This webinar session will be hosted on the Zoom platform. When you sign up for the session, RMTAO staff will send you a link and all necessary details that you can use to access the webinar 'room'.
In this webinar, attendees will review the rehab for the management of a rotator cuff strain, as well as review the muscles that make up the rotator cuff, the differences between the different types of strains and the injury mechanics of rotator cuff strain. When reviewing rehab options for rotator cuff strains, attendees will be reviewing how massage can help decrease the pain felt during a rotator cuff strain as well as reviewing some recommended remedial exercises for the different stages of healing.
- Understand the anatomy of the rotator cuff muscles and their actions
- Understand the complexities and mechanism of injuries of rotator cuff strains
- Understand the different types of strains
- Comprehend the difference between the different types of strains
- Comprehend the healing process of the strains
- Learn how to assess rotator cuff strains
- Learn different massage techniques on how to treat rotator cuff strains
- Learn different remedial exercises for different steps in the rehab process for rotator cuff strains
CMTO STRiVE Career-Span Competencies
- Use an evidence informed approach to work
- Practice in a manner consistent with current developments in the profession
About the Presenter
Dylan Crake became an RMT in 2019 after graduating from Algonquin College and became a Registered Kinesiologist since 2015. She’s currently working at Whole Therapy in Ottawa and is a member of the RMTAO Board of Directors. Dylan has written numerous articles for Massage Therapy Today, hosted a webinar with the RMTAO and was recognized as a Member of the Month in March of 2020. Dylan hopes to continue to provide mentorship and guidance for new RMTs entering the field . Both in her professional life and personal life she has come across rotator cuff strains and enjoys the complexities that make up the shoulder and the injuries that occur there.
Note: All webinars registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis due to limited capacity on total registrations per webinar.
Hariti Malhotra, RMTAO