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Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference:

New Discoveries and Future Directions 2017

Welcome

Omid KhaiyatIt is my great pleasure to welcome you to the 1st “Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference” to be held at Liverpool Hope University in November 2017. This 2-day conference, themed as “New Discoveries and Future Directions” with an outstanding line up of speakers will combine great scientific content and tremendous clinical expertise to share with us the most current advances in the field of shoulder/upper limb rehabilitation and to underpin fundamental challenges to address in the future. This event will also provide you with a fantastic opportunity to visit the diverse and vibrant city of Liverpool with its rich and world-class historical heritage.

The field of Shoulder Rehabilitation is fast changing as technological, scientific, and clinical advances collectively continue to produce an overwhelming range of new evidence. This strongly implies that successful shoulder rehabilitation nowadays requires close collaborative teamwork and implementation of interdisciplinary interventions. Hence, I hope that this conference will provide a valuable opportunity for sharing our knowledge around the most recent advances in the field and ways they can be best implemented to resolve even the most challenging issues.

A distinctive aspect of the conference programme is the interdisciplinary nature of academic sessions, expert-led discussion forums with exciting topics, and interactive practical workshops. We have a great team working to make this a memorable meeting, and I look forward to meeting you in Liverpool, in November 2017.

Omid Khaiyat MD, PhD

 

Registration

To register onto this years conference, please visit our Online Store

Registration Fees 

PackagesRegistration TypeGBP
Two-Registration Fee


Regular £250
EUSSER Member £200
Student £150
One-Day Registration Fee


Regular £150
EUSSER Member £125
Student £100

Payments

Transactions are rendered secure via Liverpool Hope University Online Shop. It is an easy to use pathway for purchasing goods and services from the University. All major debit and credit cards (Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, Visa Electron) are accepted with the exception of American Express.

Programme

You can download a copy of the Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference Programme 2017 here. 

Monday 27th November 2017

08:30 - 09:00 Tea and Coffee Registration Event (EDEN Corridor)
09:00 - 09:10 Welcome Note from Dr Omid Khaiyat (Conference Chair and Acting Head of School of Health Sciences) and Professor Nagar (Dean of Faculty of Science)
Session 1: Complex Shoulder Instability (Chair: Anju Jaggi)
09:10 - 09:40 Atraumatic shoulder instability: The Standmore Journey (Anju Jaggi)
09:40 - 10:00 Brain (MRI) and Muscle (EMG) activation patterns in patients with atraumatic shoulder instability (David Hawkes, Anthony Howard, Jo Gibson, Omid Khaiyat)
10:00 - 10:30 Traumatic shoulder instability (Len Funk)
10:30 - 10:55 Shoulder Instability: Management of apprehension (Suzanne Gard)
10:55 - 11:15 Break and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 2: Shoulder in Sports (Chair: Ian Horsley)
11:15 - 11:35 Kinetic Chain Sequencing in Overhead Athletes with and without Shoulder Injuries: Preliminary Results (Liam Owens and Omid Khaiyat)
11:35 - 11:50  Utilizing Grip Strength Scores in Elite Sport: What we've learnt and where we're going (Tom Hignett)
11:50 - 12:05  Shoulder Injuries in Cricket (Steve McCaig)
12:05 - 12:25  Return to Play (RTP) Challenges (Tanya McKenzie)
12:25 - 13:20  Lunch (EDEN Arbour Room) and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 3: Shoulder Rehabilitation: Miscellaneous 1 (Chair: Suzanne Gard)
13:20 - 14:10 Surgical and non-surgical management of rotator cuff related shoulder pain. What do we really know? (Jeremy Lewis)
14:10 - 14:30 Exploring experiences, barriers, and enablers to home - and class-based exercise in rotator cuff tendinopathy (Fiona Sandford)
14:30 - 14:50  Subacromial Impingement Syndrome? Mind your language! (Andrew Cuff)
14:50 - 15:10  Prognostic Factors - What do they tell us? (Rachel Chester)
15:10 - 15:30  Break and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)

15:30 - 17:30

Groups A & B

Practical 1: Vicon Upper Limb Motion Lab 
Practical 2: Current Advances in the Management of Complex Shoulder Instability (Anju Jaggi)

Groups C & D

Practical 1: NORAXON/PHYSIQUIPE: Functional Shoulder Movement Assessment based on Objective Parameters
Practical 2: Current Advances in the Management of Rotator Cuff Dysfunction (Jo Gibson)
17:30 - 18:30 Discussion Forum 1: Consensus on classification/management of complex shoulder instability (Panel: Anju Jaggi, Ian Horsley, Len Funk, Jo Gibson, Suzanne Gard)
18:30 - 19:30 Faculty of Science Drink and Cheese Reception (EDEN Corridor)
19:30 Gala Dinner (for Guest Speakers)

 

Tuesday 28th November 2017 (EDEN Lecture Theatre)

08:30 - 09:00 Tea and Coffee Networking Event (EDEN Corridor)
Session 4: Shoulder Function Assessment (Chair: Omid Khaiyat)
09:00 - 09:25 The neural network based separation of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears and Complex Shoulder Instability (Gabor Barton)
09:25 - 09:40 Development of an upper limb power test (Gemma Parry)
09:40 - 10:05 A decade of clinical research on shoulder function assessment - What have we learnt? (Omid Khaiyat and David Hawkes)
10:05 - 10:30 Break and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 5: Rotator Cuff and Exercise Prescription (Chair: Jo Gibson) 
10:30 - 10:50 Recovery of Shoulder Activity in patients after rotator cuff repair (Takayuki Maraki)
10:50 - 11:10 Early vs conservative rehabilitation after rotator cuff repair (Bruno Mazuquin)
11:10 - 11:30 Changes in the Activities of the Shoulder Abductors and Glenohumeral Joint Kinematics after Rotator Cuff Repair (Hiroaki Ishikawa)
11:30 - 12:00 Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation: Searching for the magic bullet (Jo Gibson)
12:00 - 12:45 Lunch (EDEN Arbour Room) and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 6: Shoulder Rehabilitation: Miscellaneous 2 (Chair: Andre Le Leu)
12:45 - 13:05 The role of Kinetic Chain in Shoulder Rehabilitation: does incorporating the trunk and lower limb into shoulder exercise regimes improve shoulder muscle recruitment patterns? (Ellie Richardson)
13:05 - 13:30 Impact of Whole Body Vibration on Shoulder Muscle Activity, Timing and Fatigue (Jessica McMahon, Omid Khaiyat, David Hawkes, Ian Horsley)
13:30 - 15:30

Groups A & B Practical 3: NORAXON/PHYSIQUIPE: Functional Shoulder Movement Assessment based on Objective Parameters
Practical 4: Current Advances in the Management of Rotator Cuff Dysfunction (Jo Gibson)
Groups C & D Practical 3: Vicon Upper Limb Motion Lab 
Practical 4: Current Advances in the Management of Complex Shoulder Instability (Anju Jaggi)
15:30 - 16:30 Discussion Forum 2: Consensus on optimal shoulder assessment package (clinical and lab set-ups) Panel: Andre Le Leu, Anju Jaggi, Jo Gibson and Omid Khaiyat)
16:30 Closing Address

Travel and Hotels

Accomodation

Liverpool has a wide range of hotels available throughout the city. The city centre is approximately 25-30 minutes away from our Hope Park Campus. 

Hotels closer to our Hope Park Campus include: 

How to Find Us

The conference is taking place at our Hope Park Campus, located on Taggart Avenue, Childwall, Liverpool, close to Queens Drive (A5058) at the end of the M62. 

If travelling by car, the address for SATNAV is Taggart Avenue, L16 9JD.

Please consult our Map to Hope Park. 

By Bus

To get to Hope Park from Liverpool city centre you can get either the Arriva 75 bus or the Merseytravel 86c (alight at Woolton road), this journey takes approximately 30 - 40 minutes traffic depending.

By Train

Broad Green is the closest railway station to our Hope Park campus, and is situated just under a mile away. You may also wish to travel to Liverpool South Parkway, which is a short 20 minute bus ride from the campus on the 187. 

By Air Travel

The closest airport to Hope Park is Liverpool John Lennon airport.    

To travel to the university it takes approximately 20 minutes by bus from the airport. The 187 operates between Hope Park and Liverpool South Parkway the airport) every half hour during the day time Monday - Saturday. Follow this link for other buses and travel information.

Alternatively, if you wish to go straight into the city centre there are frequent train and bus routes.

Taxi's and Minibuses

Liverpool has a number of taxi companies available. 

Private hire taxis:

Private hire minibuses:

Contact Us

If you have any questions or queries please feel free to contact our conference organisers: 

Omid Khaiyat

 

Associate Professor Omid Khaiyat

T: 0151 291 3262

E: alizado@hope.ac.uk

 

 

Alternatively, please contact the School of Health Sciences on 0151 291 3441 or healthsciences@hope.ac.uk

Welcome

Omid KhaiyatIt is my great pleasure to welcome you to the 1st “Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference” to be held at Liverpool Hope University in November 2017. This 2-day conference, themed as “New Discoveries and Future Directions” with an outstanding line up of speakers will combine great scientific content and tremendous clinical expertise to share with us the most current advances in the field of shoulder/upper limb rehabilitation and to underpin fundamental challenges to address in the future. This event will also provide you with a fantastic opportunity to visit the diverse and vibrant city of Liverpool with its rich and world-class historical heritage.

The field of Shoulder Rehabilitation is fast changing as technological, scientific, and clinical advances collectively continue to produce an overwhelming range of new evidence. This strongly implies that successful shoulder rehabilitation nowadays requires close collaborative teamwork and implementation of interdisciplinary interventions. Hence, I hope that this conference will provide a valuable opportunity for sharing our knowledge around the most recent advances in the field and ways they can be best implemented to resolve even the most challenging issues.

A distinctive aspect of the conference programme is the interdisciplinary nature of academic sessions, expert-led discussion forums with exciting topics, and interactive practical workshops. We have a great team working to make this a memorable meeting, and I look forward to meeting you in Liverpool, in November 2017.

Omid Khaiyat MD, PhD

 

Registration

To register onto this years conference, please visit our Online Store

Registration Fees 

PackagesRegistration TypeGBP
Two-Registration Fee


Regular £250
EUSSER Member £200
Student £150
One-Day Registration Fee


Regular £150
EUSSER Member £125
Student £100

Payments

Transactions are rendered secure via Liverpool Hope University Online Shop. It is an easy to use pathway for purchasing goods and services from the University. All major debit and credit cards (Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, Visa Electron) are accepted with the exception of American Express.

Programme

You can download a copy of the Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference Programme 2017 here. 

Monday 27th November 2017

08:30 - 09:00 Tea and Coffee Registration Event (EDEN Corridor)
09:00 - 09:10 Welcome Note from Dr Omid Khaiyat (Conference Chair and Acting Head of School of Health Sciences) and Professor Nagar (Dean of Faculty of Science)
Session 1: Complex Shoulder Instability (Chair: Anju Jaggi)
09:10 - 09:40 Atraumatic shoulder instability: The Standmore Journey (Anju Jaggi)
09:40 - 10:00 Brain (MRI) and Muscle (EMG) activation patterns in patients with atraumatic shoulder instability (David Hawkes, Anthony Howard, Jo Gibson, Omid Khaiyat)
10:00 - 10:30 Traumatic shoulder instability (Len Funk)
10:30 - 10:55 Shoulder Instability: Management of apprehension (Suzanne Gard)
10:55 - 11:15 Break and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 2: Shoulder in Sports (Chair: Ian Horsley)
11:15 - 11:35 Kinetic Chain Sequencing in Overhead Athletes with and without Shoulder Injuries: Preliminary Results (Liam Owens and Omid Khaiyat)
11:35 - 11:50  Utilizing Grip Strength Scores in Elite Sport: What we've learnt and where we're going (Tom Hignett)
11:50 - 12:05  Shoulder Injuries in Cricket (Steve McCaig)
12:05 - 12:25  Return to Play (RTP) Challenges (Tanya McKenzie)
12:25 - 13:20  Lunch (EDEN Arbour Room) and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 3: Shoulder Rehabilitation: Miscellaneous 1 (Chair: Suzanne Gard)
13:20 - 14:10 Surgical and non-surgical management of rotator cuff related shoulder pain. What do we really know? (Jeremy Lewis)
14:10 - 14:30 Exploring experiences, barriers, and enablers to home - and class-based exercise in rotator cuff tendinopathy (Fiona Sandford)
14:30 - 14:50  Subacromial Impingement Syndrome? Mind your language! (Andrew Cuff)
14:50 - 15:10  Prognostic Factors - What do they tell us? (Rachel Chester)
15:10 - 15:30  Break and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)

15:30 - 17:30

Groups A & B

Practical 1: Vicon Upper Limb Motion Lab 
Practical 2: Current Advances in the Management of Complex Shoulder Instability (Anju Jaggi)

Groups C & D

Practical 1: NORAXON/PHYSIQUIPE: Functional Shoulder Movement Assessment based on Objective Parameters
Practical 2: Current Advances in the Management of Rotator Cuff Dysfunction (Jo Gibson)
17:30 - 18:30 Discussion Forum 1: Consensus on classification/management of complex shoulder instability (Panel: Anju Jaggi, Ian Horsley, Len Funk, Jo Gibson, Suzanne Gard)
18:30 - 19:30 Faculty of Science Drink and Cheese Reception (EDEN Corridor)
19:30 Gala Dinner (for Guest Speakers)

 

Tuesday 28th November 2017 (EDEN Lecture Theatre)

08:30 - 09:00 Tea and Coffee Networking Event (EDEN Corridor)
Session 4: Shoulder Function Assessment (Chair: Omid Khaiyat)
09:00 - 09:25 The neural network based separation of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears and Complex Shoulder Instability (Gabor Barton)
09:25 - 09:40 Development of an upper limb power test (Gemma Parry)
09:40 - 10:05 A decade of clinical research on shoulder function assessment - What have we learnt? (Omid Khaiyat and David Hawkes)
10:05 - 10:30 Break and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 5: Rotator Cuff and Exercise Prescription (Chair: Jo Gibson) 
10:30 - 10:50 Recovery of Shoulder Activity in patients after rotator cuff repair (Takayuki Maraki)
10:50 - 11:10 Early vs conservative rehabilitation after rotator cuff repair (Bruno Mazuquin)
11:10 - 11:30 Changes in the Activities of the Shoulder Abductors and Glenohumeral Joint Kinematics after Rotator Cuff Repair (Hiroaki Ishikawa)
11:30 - 12:00 Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation: Searching for the magic bullet (Jo Gibson)
12:00 - 12:45 Lunch (EDEN Arbour Room) and Trade Stands (EDEN Corridor)
Session 6: Shoulder Rehabilitation: Miscellaneous 2 (Chair: Andre Le Leu)
12:45 - 13:05 The role of Kinetic Chain in Shoulder Rehabilitation: does incorporating the trunk and lower limb into shoulder exercise regimes improve shoulder muscle recruitment patterns? (Ellie Richardson)
13:05 - 13:30 Impact of Whole Body Vibration on Shoulder Muscle Activity, Timing and Fatigue (Jessica McMahon, Omid Khaiyat, David Hawkes, Ian Horsley)
13:30 - 15:30

Groups A & B Practical 3: NORAXON/PHYSIQUIPE: Functional Shoulder Movement Assessment based on Objective Parameters
Practical 4: Current Advances in the Management of Rotator Cuff Dysfunction (Jo Gibson)
Groups C & D Practical 3: Vicon Upper Limb Motion Lab 
Practical 4: Current Advances in the Management of Complex Shoulder Instability (Anju Jaggi)
15:30 - 16:30 Discussion Forum 2: Consensus on optimal shoulder assessment package (clinical and lab set-ups) Panel: Andre Le Leu, Anju Jaggi, Jo Gibson and Omid Khaiyat)
16:30 Closing Address

Travel and Hotels

Accomodation

Liverpool has a wide range of hotels available throughout the city. The city centre is approximately 25-30 minutes away from our Hope Park Campus. 

Hotels closer to our Hope Park Campus include: 

How to Find Us

The conference is taking place at our Hope Park Campus, located on Taggart Avenue, Childwall, Liverpool, close to Queens Drive (A5058) at the end of the M62. 

If travelling by car, the address for SATNAV is Taggart Avenue, L16 9JD.

Please consult our Map to Hope Park. 

By Bus

To get to Hope Park from Liverpool city centre you can get either the Arriva 75 bus or the Merseytravel 86c (alight at Woolton road), this journey takes approximately 30 - 40 minutes traffic depending.

By Train

Broad Green is the closest railway station to our Hope Park campus, and is situated just under a mile away. You may also wish to travel to Liverpool South Parkway, which is a short 20 minute bus ride from the campus on the 187. 

By Air Travel

The closest airport to Hope Park is Liverpool John Lennon airport.    

To travel to the university it takes approximately 20 minutes by bus from the airport. The 187 operates between Hope Park and Liverpool South Parkway the airport) every half hour during the day time Monday - Saturday. Follow this link for other buses and travel information.

Alternatively, if you wish to go straight into the city centre there are frequent train and bus routes.

Taxi's and Minibuses

Liverpool has a number of taxi companies available. 

Private hire taxis:

Private hire minibuses:

Contact Us

If you have any questions or queries please feel free to contact our conference organisers: 

Omid Khaiyat

 

Associate Professor Omid Khaiyat

T: 0151 291 3262

E: alizado@hope.ac.uk

 

 

Alternatively, please contact the School of Health Sciences on 0151 291 3441 or healthsciences@hope.ac.uk