Webinar: The Challenge of Upper Extremity Overuse Disorders

Whitney Lowe

This webinar was featured during the 2018 ABMP CE Summit: Common Client Conditions.

Overuse injuries of the upper extremity are common and occur as a result of many recreational activities and occupations—including massage therapy. This group of problems of the shoulder, elbow, forearm, and hand is critical for practitioners to understand. Join Whitney Lowe as he uses stunning 3D anatomy images and video to explore the key anatomical and biomechanical factors that can lead to seven upper extremity injuries including shoulder impingement, posterior rotator cuff injury, bicipital tendinosis, epicondylitis, pronator teres syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, and carpal tunnel syndrome. You’ll also learn key assessment and treatment strategies to help get clients back to healthy activity as soon as possible.

 

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Whitney Lowe

Whitney Lowe directs the Academy of Clinical Massage which provides advanced clinical massage continuing education as well as programs for schools. His system of orthopedic massage is designed for massage therapists seeking to meet the needs of clients with chronic pain or sports, recreational, or occupational pain and injury conditions. He is the author of Orthopedic Assessment in Massage Therapy and his articles appear regularly in professional peer-reviewed journals, Massage & Bodywork magazine, and other industry publications. Learn more about his workshops and online courses at www.academyofclinicalmassage.com.

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