Shoulder injuries are far more common than many would believe, especially compared to more familiar issues like low back pain. However, research has explained, “After low back pain and knee pain, shoulder pain has been estimated to be the third most common musculoskeletal presentation in primary care. The prognosis for people presenting with musculoskeletal shoulder pain varies widely between individuals with, on average, 50% of people with shoulder pain still reporting symptoms 6 months after presenting in primary care. In addition to pain, functional disabilities are common and can interfere with work, hobbies, social, and sporting activities and may also be associated with psychological distress and reduced quality of life.”-A systematic review of the global prevalence and incidence of shoulder pain, 2022
Helping people reduce pain, increase function, and improve quality of life is what led to the creation of our 6-week online DVRT Rx Shoulder Restoration program. Physical therapist, Jessica Bento, and strength coach, Josh Henkin, will lead an interactive 6-week course where attendees will go through all aspects of addressing shoulder issues. Each week, for one hour, Jessica and Josh will do a live hands-on the most essential concepts for coaches to address when trying to help restore proper function to the shoulder. The dates and times of the sessions will be determined when registration closes, first session is set for Jan. 18th 3pm EST . Helpful Q and A with common questions on this program: https://ultimatesandbagtraining.com/q-a-about-upcoming-shoulder-health-masterclass/
-Week 1: Shoulder Screens That Matter
-Week 2: The Influence & Proper Training Of The Cervical Spine
-Week 3 & 4: Re-Thinking Mobility Of the Thoracic Spine & Shoulders
-Week 5: Creating Smarter Shoulder Stability Solutions
-Week 6: Strength & Power Strategies For Improved Function, Performance, & Resilience
***Attendees will receive our Beyond The Rotator Cuff shoulder webinar as a foundation for the science and strategies that will be taught during the course.