Taping of the Shoulder – Introduction

Are you frustrated by how to manage pain and instability in the shoulder? Can you help improve the function of the torn rotator cuff and have you some strategies for minimising night pain in the shoulder? If you are unsure…

0
(0)

Are you frustrated by how to manage pain and instability in the shoulder? Can you help improve the function of the torn rotator cuff and have you some strategies for minimising night pain in the shoulder? If you are unsure about treating shoulder problems then this video series is for you. It shows you how to improve humeral head position, scapular stabilisation and facilitate shoulder function.

This series includes:
– Correction of Forward Sitting Humeral Head
– Facilitation of Scapular Stabilisers
– Multidirectional Instability
– Degenerate Rotator Cuff Tear with Deltoid Unload
– Thoracic Segment Unload
– Elbow Pathologies

You can subscribe to the Taping of the Shoulder series for A$240/month or subscribe to individual chapters for A$50/month.

Alternatively, you can purchase the entire McConnell Taping Series on DVD here:
www.mcconnell-institute.com/mcconnell-taping-series/

We hope you enjoy and more importantly find this first official Jenny McConnell Video Series useful for your practice.

Part of the The Official McConnell Taping Series
www.mcconnell-institute.com/mcconnell-taping-series/

(c) 2012

——————–
Curriculum Vitae for Jenny McConnell AM, FACP. B.App.Sc.(Phty), Grad.Dip.Man.Ther, M.Biomed.Eng.
——————–

Jenny McConnell is a leading specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist working in private practice in Sydney. Contributing to key research in patellofemoral, lower limb, shoulder and lumbar spine problems. Published widely in these areas Jenny has been an invited speaker at over 100 conferences nationally and internationally. Conducting numerous workshops on the management of chronic musculoskeletal problems – patellofemoral, shoulder and spine. Jenny is also on the editorial boards of Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, The Knee, Manual Therapy and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

In 2006 Jenny was awarded the prestigious F.E. Johnson Memorial Fellowship by the NSW Sporting Injuries committee for Outstanding Achievement. While in 2009 Jenny was also awarded membership of the Order of Australia honour for service to Physiotherapy, particularly through the development of innovative musculoskeletal pain management techniques and treatment.

www.mcconnell-institute.com

0 / 5. 0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *