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The shoulder girdle is the most mobile joint in the body and also the least stable. Learn shoulder girdle anatomy and biomechanics and common shoulder dysfunction and injuries, including muscle weakness, tendinitis, bursitis, impingement, rotator cuff tears, AC and SC joint dysfunction, dislocation, biceps tendon rupture and frozen shoulder. Erin Erb,MS-PT will teach you effective assessment methods to monitor progress and over 100 exercises designed to rehabilitate and restore function and fitness. This course is a must course for professional working in rehab and post rehab training environments. Authored by: Erin Hughes, MSPT

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