Rotator Cuff Dysfunction (AT)
This Rotator Cuff Dysfunction course is a BOC approved course! Athletic trainers will receive 3 CE hours at the completion of this course.
This 3 hour course will provide a relevant review of anatomy and physiology and how it relates to function of the rotator cuff. This course demonstrates innovative treatment planning in functional rehabilitation of the upper kinetic chain with evidence-based interventions based on the latest research. Upon completing this course, participants will have a deeper understanding of how the rotator cuff works including mechanisms and contributions from other regions.
This deeper understanding of the rotator cuff will allow the participant to more completely and fully assess and manage patients with rotator cuff dysfunction. This course will explore why scapular stabilization is so important to the upper kinetic chain including evaluating the evidence-based positional recruitment of open and closed kinetic exercises. This will allow participants to develop improved plans of care and exercise progressions for their patients with rotator cuff dysfunction.
AHP Healthcare is an approved BOC provider.
Our Board of Certification Approved Provider (AP) number is P12130.
Terry Trundle, PTA, AT (Retired), is a course developer for AHP. He is also a course developer and Instructor for the Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments. He teaches seminars on Functional Rehabilitation of the Shoulder, Knee and Development of the Orthopedic Proficiency Certificate Track. Currently, Terry is a Sports Injury Consultant for BenchMark Physical Therapy in Acworth, Georgia. He is a Graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. As a Graduate of the Medical College of Georgia he was selected as a Distinguished Alumni Inductee in 2008 from the School of Allied Health.
For 18 years He was president of Clinical Specialists, Inc. that provided clinical seminars with cadaver dissection and surgical demonstration of the shoulder and knee. As a career long member of the American Physical Therapy Association, he received his Advanced Proficiency Recognition in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy in 2005. In recent years, he was the creator and chair of the Advisory Board for the Annual Conference known as the Rehab Summit.
Terry’s research has been featured in numerous journals and publications. Most recently, he authored a chapter on the Orthopedic Management for the Shoulder in Fundamental Orthopedic Management for the Physical Therapist Assistant (Textbook). Terry is now a Retired Certified Athletic Trainer of the National Athletic Trainers Association.