Shoulder is one of the most reported body parts in experiencing pain among office workers in Singapore. With the prevalence of shoulder pain and injuries, a thorough understanding of multiple treatment options is imperative for every rehabilitation therapist.
Learning new methods to properly diagnose and treat both surgical and non-surgical shoulder cases can help to improve patient’s outcomes and provide long-lasting, positive results.
Join fellow allied health professionals in this one-day interprofessional symposium, to discuss and share recent advances on shoulder rehabilitation.
|8:30am||Registration and Breakfast|
|9:15am||Keynote: Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain. The (Very) Strong Case for Physiotherapy Rehabilitation||Professor Jeremy Lewis, Consultant Physiotherapist, Professor of Musculoskeletal Research, Sonographer and Independent Prescriber, London Shoulder Clinic|
|10:00am||Ultrasound of the Shoulder||Dr Png Meng Ai, Senior Consultant, Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Singapore General Hospital|
|11:00am||Isokinetic Strength Ratios of the Shoulder Rotators: Implications for Injury||Dr Marcus Lee, Team Lead, Senior Biomechanist, Sport Science and Medicine Centre, Singapore Sport Institute|
|11:30am||Kinetic Chain Approach to Shoulder Rehabilitation||Ms Sharon Lim, Sports Physiotherapist, Moving Space Pte. Ltd.|
|1:30pm||Is There Evidence for Manual Therapy?||Mr Anthony Goff, Lecturer, Physiotherapy, Singapore Institute of Technology|
|2:00pm||Shockwave Therapy for Shoulder Tendinopathy||Mr Chris Lo, Lecturer, Physiotherapy, Singapore Institute of Technology|
|2:30pm||Shoulder Injuries in Sports||Dr Teoh Chin Sim, Sports Physician, Director & Senior Consultant, Sports Medicine Centre, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital|
|3:00pm||Current Concepts of Shoulder Surgery||Associate Professor Denny Lie Tijauw Tjoen, Senior Consultant, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Singapore General Hospital|
|4:15pm||Scapular Muscles Recruitment and Retraining - Current Evidence||Ms Edwina Rigby, Senior Lecturer, Physiotherapy, Singapore Institute of Technology|
|4:45pm||Closing Remarks||Assistant Professor Benjamin Soon, Programme Director, Physiotherapy, Singapore Institute of Technology|
|5:00pm||End of Symposium|
|24 Jan 2018 (Wed), 8:30 am to 5:00 pm||SIT@Dover, USC - LT1A, 10 Dover Drive, Singapore 138683||$50||$53.50||REGISTRATION CLOSED|
• GST applies to individuals and Singapore-registered companies.
|Venue||SIT@Dover, USC - LT1A, 10 Dover Drive, S138683|
|Time||08:30 AM to 05:30 PM|
|Date||24 Jan 2018 (Wed)|