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Return to Sport after shoulder injury

Repeat webinar scheduled July 10th - 100 limited places

RELIABILITY OF THE SHOULDER ARM RETURN TO SPORT

(SARTS) TEST BATTERY

 

 

The Webinar

PhysioScholar is pleased to host the launch of the Shoulder Arm Return to Sport (SARTS) tests. The SARTS tests were developed to replicate positions of load and stress in the shoulder during sporting activity. The test battery comprises a total of 13 tests, 5 of which are bilateral and examine limb symmetry. During a research sabbatical at the University of Kentucky, Dr Margie Olds worked with Professor Tim Uhl to examine the reliability of the SARTS tests. Margie has since completed this study and recently published a research paper on the reliability of the SARTS test battery in the journal, Physical Therapy In Sport. This webinar will introduce the SARTS tests battery and discuss the inter-rater and intra-rater reliability of the tests. The effect of dominance will also be discussed in the 5 tests which examine the limb symmetry of the shoulder. Further information regarding the SARTS battery of tests are available online at www.margieolds.com

 

The Presenter

Dr Margie Olds is an Auckland based specialist physiotherapist with a keen interest in shoulder rehabilitation and improving clinical decision-making. She has recently completed her PhD which investigated predicting recurrent shoulder instability after a first time traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation. Margie works clinically at Auckland Shoulder Clinic, and teaches physiotherapists nationally and internationally, both in person and online (www.margieolds.com)

 

Due to unprecedented demand, we are holding a repeat webinar on Wednesday, July 10th.

Click here to register for the FREE LIVE repeat webinar July 10th (Note: limited seating so register today)

CLICK HERE for a FREE download of the research paper published in Physical Therapy in Sport