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Dr Margie Olds presents - Psychosocial factors associated with return to sport after a shoulder injury

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Dr Margie Olds presents - Psychosocial factors associated with return to sport after a shoulder injury

Psychosocial factors which influence return to sport after a shoulder injury have received little attention in the literature. While it is known that fear of reinjury/movement predicts recurrent shoulder instability after a first time shoulder dislocation, very little is known about other psychosocial factors that are affected by a shoulder dislocation.

People who have an ACL injury/repair have been shown to experience a negative psychological response after an injury. Measurement of their psychological readiness to return to sport has been undertaken using the ACL-Return to sport after injury (RSI). This scale has been shown to be predictive of further ACL injury and associated with knee kinematics in people who have had a previous ACL injury.

In this webinar, Margie will discuss the development of the Shoulder Instability - Return to Sport after Injury scale. She will present the different constructs captured by the scale and discuss differences in sub-populations of people with shoulder instability.

 

Presenter

Margie Olds is a Physiotherapy Specialist who specialises in shoulder injuries. Margie currently manages a clinical caseload at her shoulder clinic at Auckland Shoulder Clinic. (www.shoulderphysio.co.nz) and has also developed a Flawless Motion shoulder brace which is sold internationally (www.flawlessmotion.com).

 

This webinar has ended.  It was presented on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 7pm NZ

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Download: SI-RSI Scale