Shoulder pain is pain that is felt in the shoulder area, at the top of the arm. It is a sign that the joints, muscles or other parts of the shoulder are injured, strained or not working properly. About one in 10 people experience shoulder pain at some time in their lives. One of the causes of shoulder pain may be osteoarthritis in one of the two joints in the shoulder.
The risk of developing osteoarthritis of the shoulder with its pain and physical limitations increases with age. But an injury, such as a dislocated shoulder, can lead to shoulder osteoarthritis even in young people. This webinar explores how an arthritic shoulder can affect your range of motion and ability to do everyday things, and ways to treat and manage the condition.
This webinar is being presented by Clinical Associate Professor Mark Haber, one of Australia’s leading shoulder surgeons.
DATE: TO BE ADVISED
TIME: TO BE ADVISED
Topics will include:
> Understanding the shoulder joint anatomy and how osteoarthritis in the shoulder joints causes pain
> Types of shoulder osteoarthritis
> Complications and functional implications of shoulder osteoarthritis (e.g. frozen shoulder)
> Non-surgical treatments for shoulder osteoarthritis – lifestyle modifications, exercise, supplements and injections
> Surgical inverventions
Presenter: Clinical Associate Professor Mark Haber
Dr Mark Haber is a shoulder surgeon focused on advanced arthroscopic and open reconstructive procedures and total shoulder replacement. Mark has performed over 2000 shoulder arthroscopies and pioneered modified techniques for arthroscopic rotator cuff and labral repairs. He has presented his research and clinical experience at 20 major national and international orthopaedic conferences, winning best paper awards including an Australian national shoulder meeting and the ISAKOS Caspari award in Japan. His ongoing research now focuses on rigorous postoperative evaluations, looking at ways to optimize the procedure and rehabilitation. This has recently been published internationally in The Journal of Shoulder and Elbow.
> Members of Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW: $15.00
> Non-members: $25.00
How to register:
Click on the registration buttons below or call us on 02 9857 3300 with your credit card details.
Registrations will close at 4.00pm the day before the webinar (to be advised)
Please note the following:
> A link with login details will be emailed to registered participants the day before the scheduled webinar and again 4 hours prior.
> A recording of the webinar will be available for viewing for the next 30-days after the scheduled session. If you attend the live event, you will also have the opportunity to participate in the question and answer session.
Cancellations and refunds
Please note that as per section 7.2 of our Fees & Pricing Policy, if an event or service does not attract sufficient registrations, fees, sponsorship and/or donations to break even, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW reserves the right to cancel or postpone the event. In such an event, participants who have registered will be provided with four options:
1) The registration fee may be retained for participation on the revised date.
2) The registration fee may be reallocated to another Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW event or service.
3) A full refund may be provided, with the option to re-register at future events.
4) The participant may choose to allocate the registration fee as a tax-deductible donation to Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW.
System requirements (for participants)
> Windows XP, 2000, Vista, MacOS X, Linux and Unix
> Internet Explorer 6.0 or above, Firefox 1.0 or above, Safari 1.0 or above (Google Chrome users please read this document for special instructions about manually enabling Adobe Flash)
> Macromedia Flash 9.0 or above
> 56kbps Internet connection minimum (broadband internet connection recommended) > Speakers