Introduction to Rotator Cuff Dysfunction, Prevention & Treatment Online Course - 6 CE's


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The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and tendons that stabilize the shoulder joint.  The muscles and tendons work together to hold the head of the humorous bone in the shoulder socket.  This course focuses on common causes of rotator cuff injury and dysfunction including acute and repetitive injuries and chronic postural problems leading to dysfunction.  Students will learn the  anatomy and function of the rotator cuff, injuries, treatments, muscle testing, and prevention and treatment protocols.  Stretching and strengthening exercises will be discussed.  Content includes presenters from the fields of massage therapy, physical therapy and fitnessYou will receive information and instruction from four teahers in the field of Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Chiropractic.

Leader Instructor: Shannon Haughey, LMT, CYI
Christopher Walcott, DC
Ed Haughey, PT
Laura Logan, LMT, PTA


This Course meets the Massage License renewal requirement for 6 on-line CE hours of ethics. The entire class can be finished on-line on your computer or other mobile device. Exam and survey are automated.  
Once you purchase the online class - you will receive an email with a link and log in information for the workshop and exam.  Call 610 834 3992 if you have any questions or email us at info@gotyourback.com

Workshop Objectives

  • Introduction to the Rotator Cuff

  • Anatomy and action of the Rotator Cuff

  • How does a healthy shoulder function?
  • The effects of poor posture on function
  • Injury prevention
  • Symptoms and Injuries
  • Contraindications
  • Muscle Testing
  • Treatment Protocols


Instructor Biographies

Shannon Haughey is co-founder and director of Conshohocken Community Acupuncture where she also maintains a practice in Shiatsu and manual therapy working along side a team of acupuncturists treating a wide variety of clients.  After more than 20 years, Shannon Haughey is still excited by her work in the field of the healing arts. During that time, she has maintained a private practice as an LMT (licensed massage therapist) specializing in Shiatsu and Craniosacral Therapy.  She studied directly with Wataru Ohashi of the Ohashi Institute, NY, NY at a time when he was instrumental in introducing the west to this ancient art.

Dr. Walcott earned his bachelor of science in biology and psychology from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Walcott has post doctorate training in many advanced clinical areas, including fibromyalgia treatments, nerve/disc pain, and clinical nutrition, especially pertaining to weight loss and inflammatory pain syndromes. An accomplished lecturer, Dr. Walcott educates the medical and local communities on many health related topics, and his back safe workout program has gained local and national media attention. 

Ed Haughey, PT, began his studies in bodywork more than 20 years ago when he completed the shiatsu program at the Ohashi Institute in NYC. His experience was so positive that he decided to continue refining his skills by attending Jefferson University and earning a Master of Science and Physical Therapy in 1999. He is currently a highly-regarded staff PT at Jefferson University Hospital.  

Lara Logan is a licensed, nationally certified massage and bodywork practitioner and physical therapy assistant. She has a career spanning 20 years of dance, movement, rehabilitation, and hands on bodywork. Her sessions focus on restoring function, balancing the body's systems, and empowering clients to treat themselves and succeed at maximizing their movement and body goals

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