Webinar: Understanding and Treating the Four Common Rotator Cuff Injuries

Ben Benjamin, PhD

This webinar was featured during the 2018 ABMP CE Summit: Common Client Conditions. Rotator cuff injuries are common but can be complicated to assess and treat. Dr. Ben Benjamin teaches this highly technical and complex material with a clear and accessible step-by-step approach. Follow along as he teaches anatomy palpation of the rotator cuff tendons, assessment tests to determine the injured muscle or tendon, friction therapy techniques, and injury rehabilitation protocols to address the most commonly injured structures in the shoulder. This information-packed webinar will prepare you to assess and treat the four common rotator cuff injuries.

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This webinar is 85 minutes in length (1.5 CE hours).


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Ben Benjamin, PhD

Ben Benjamin, PhD, has been practicing massage since 1963, and founded the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1974. Dr. Benjamin enhanced his practice by studying under Dr. James Cyriax, widely known for his pioneering work in orthopedic medicine. He maintains a private practice, consults on ethics cases as an expert witness, and leads seminars on ethics, communication, and injury assessment and treatment. With a passion for helping individuals cope with and overcome pain, Dr. Benjamin has been lecturing internationally for more than 35 years. He is also the author of Listen to Your Pain, Are You Tense?, Exercise Without Injury, and coauthor of The Ethics of Touch. He was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2010. For more information, visit his website at www.benbenjamin.com.

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