Knowledge Translation - May 22, 2020
Happy Hour with Dr Tania Pizzari

If you missed the LASEM Happy Hour with Dr Tania Pizzari on May 21, we’ve got you covered!

Hear from Dr Pizzari as she talks about the importance of the (recently neglected) scapula, the psycho-social effects of imaging, returning to sport without apprehension and the importance of education and self-efficacy.

Joined by special guest Dr Andrea Mosler and Hosted by Dr Sean Docking.

References/links listed as they appear in the webinar.

  1. Living Colour – Love rears it’s ugly head

  2. Warby, S., Ford, J., Hahne, A., Watson, L., Balster, S., Lenssen, R., & Pizzari, T. (2018). Comparison of 2 Exercise Rehabilitation Programs for Multidirectional Instability of the Glenohumeral Joint: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The American Journal of Sports Medicine,46(1), 87-97.

  1. Salamh, P., & Lewis, J. (2020). It Is Time to Put Special Tests for Rotator Cuff-Related Shoulder Pain out to Pasture. The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy,50(5), 222-225.

  2. Fritz, J., Cleland, J., & Childs, J. (2007). Subgrouping patients with low back pain: Evolution of a classification approach to physical therapy. Journal Of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy,37(6), 290-302.

  3. Page, M. J., Green, S., McBain, B., Surace, S. J. , Deitch, J., Lyttle, N., Mrocki, M. A., Buchbinder, R. Manual therapy and exercise for rotator cuff disease. Cochrane database of systematic reviews 2016, issue 6.

  4. Kinsella, R., Cowan, S., Watson, L., & Pizzari, T. (2017). A comparison of isometric, isotonic concentric and isotonic eccentric exercises in the physiotherapy management of subacromial pain syndrome/rotator cuff tendinopathy: Study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies,3(1), 45.

  5. Hislop, M., Stokes, K., Williams, S., Mckay, C., England, M., Kemp, S., & Trewartha, G. (2016). The efficacy of a movement control exercise programme to reduce injuries in youth rugby: A cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine,2(1).

  6. Clarsen, B., Bahr, R., Andersson, S. H., Munk, R., & Myklebust, G. (2014). Reduced glenohumeral rotation, external rotation weakness and scapular dyskinesis are risk factors for shoulder injuries among elite male handball players: a prospective cohort study. British journal of sports medicine48(17), 1327–1333.

  7. Chester R, Khondoker M, Shepstone L, et al Self-efficacy and risk of persistent shoulder pain: results of a Classification and Regression Tree (CART) analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2019;53 :825-834.