TOA: Treating the Overhead Athlete: Regional Interdependence and Beyond




Cutting-edge techniques, up-to-date evidence, and hands on learning in order to improve and develop the clinician’s ability to treat the overhead athlete from injury to performance. Utilizing evolving evidence and novel manual and exercise techniques from the sports world, clinicians will be taught the secrets to assessing and treating complex shoulder dysfunction. Clinicians will Integrate regional interdependence models with differential diagnosis to unlock the secrets of developing comprehensive strategies to return the most difficult overhead athletes to their sport.

This course is open to PTs, OTs, PTAs, ATCs, and PT students, and it is appropriate for all skill levels.

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August 18-19, 2018…..Kansas City, MO, December 8-9, 2018……Atlanta, GA, June 9-10, 2018…..McKinney, TX, October 6-7, 2018…..Chattanooga, TN


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