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ASSET CEU Course - Shoulder: "Still" the Best

  • October 07, 2023
  • 7:15 AM - 4:30 PM (MDT)
  • AT Still University, Mesa AZ



Course Description:

If you've ever wondered why the biceps tendon is so prone to inflammation (hint- it’s the anatomy), or why examination of the shoulder is so confusing (hint- its because there are too many special tests), or wonder why some conditions spontaneously resolve (looking at you frozen shoulder), why some don’t (calling you out traumatic instability), or sometimes do and sometimes don’t seem important (yes, you scapular winging), then this course is for you.  We’re confident that you will learn something new and have fun in the process.  Or lend your voice to the discussion because TRUST US there is nothing we enjoy more than an in depth discussion of the human body’s most fascinating joint.  Come discuss all aspects of the shoulder at SHOULDER "STILL" THE Best -AT Still University, Saturday 10/7/2023. 

Course Agenda:

Click here to view the CEU Course Brochure.  

Course Registration Begins @ 7:15 AM MST

Course: 730AM- 4:30PM MST

Who should attend: 

Rehabilitation clinicians (ATC, OT/A, PT/A) interested in evaluation and treatment of the shoulder including scientific support, rationale, and techniques.  Faculty are members of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists (asset-usa.org) and invited physician guest speakers.  The information will be taught in an interesting case based format and is designed to make you actively think about how and why you do the things you do. 


Take advantage of Early Bird Registration by 09/07/2023 - $150.00

Registration Cost after 09/07/2023 - $200.00

Special rates for all AT Still Students! Contact ASSET@affinity-strategies.com

Vision Statement

We are a group of multidisciplinary professionals in the area of shoulder and elbow rehabilitation who place a high value on efficacious exemplary patient care. We support critical assessment of information within the area of our interest and encourage professional growth through mentorship, fellowship, and education. We foster this through innovative progressive basic science and clinical research. We are committed to the ideals of open-mindedness and sharing of knowledge to promote excellence in patient care by all.

Mission Statement

We are a leading source of knowledge regarding exemplary clinical care and outcomes oriented research in shoulder and elbow rehabilitation. We aim to assist the membership through the dissemination of our education and research knowledge. Our membership criteria reflect the expectation of the highest quality research, scholarship and patient care.



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