When your female patient has shoulder pain, how can you identify if the cause is musculoskeletal, or related to women’s health issues? Find out in this video/podcast with Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist). You’ll explore two separate case studies of female shoulder pain patients with different diagnoses, that’ll help you discover:
- Which female reproductive issues can cause shoulder pain?
- How can you differentiate musculoskeletal and non-musculoskeletal causes of shoulder pain?
- Is pain at different stages of the menstrual cycle really just “hormones”?
- What questions can you ask your patients to help guide your diagnosis?
- What is the typical history of patients with shoulder pain related to women’s health?
- If patients wake with acute shoulder pain, what are the potential musculoskeletal and non-musculoskeletal diagnoses?
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