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Recent Advances In The Evidenced Based Evaluation and Treatment Upper Extremity Injuries In Gymnasts

A Comprehensive Guide Evaluation, Treatment, and Return to Sport


How To Help Gymnasts With Shoulder, Elbow, Or Wrist Pain
And Return To The Sport They Love

A Step By Step System For Evaluating, Treating And
Building Return To Sport Programs For Gymnasts With Upper Extremity Injuries



Evaluating and Treating Upper Extremity Injuries in Gymnasts was the best course I've taken on evaluating and treating upper extremity injuries!!

This course provides tons of great information, explanations, and PRACTICAL skills that can be used directly in the clinic.

There are lots of great demonstrations and downloadable handouts, templates, and powerpoint slides throughout the entire course.

As a new graduate, it can be really tough to find courses that help give a full picture of how to work with some of t these tough injuries.

After taking this course, I feel way more knowledgable and confident to handle injuries gymnasts face like shoulder instability, labral issues, elbow OCD, and wrist problems.

I'm looking forward to applying these new techniques and skills not only in the physical therapy clinic I work in but also with the athletes I work with in a gymnastics gym!

These concepts, evaluation techniques, and interventions can be applied to all sports and patients.

I would highly recommend this course for any one for works with UE injuries! AWESOME content!!

- Shelley Anderson, Sports Physical Therapist

As a collegiate gymnast, I'm SO grateful for Dave's rehab programs.

In my senior year of high school, I tore my labrum doing a Tkachev on bars. I went through a full year of college, but I was still having a lot of pain raising my arm and I couldn't compete bars or vault because of it.


The summer after my freshman year, I had a biceps tenodesis and labral repair surgery. I went to see Dave after for my rehab and knew he would do a great job. I knew I only had a summer to get back in shape before going back to UNH.

We started with basic stretching, got my full range back, and then built up my strength. We slowly built up to much more challenging exercises, which were in the clinic and a full home program.

After the summer and going into my Sophomore year of college, my shoulder was progressing amazingly. Upon going to school, Dave gave me a packet of exercises I should continue to be doing and following up with me while at school.

I was able to get back into vault and bars, and I am super happy and thankful that Dave was able to get me there!

- Emma Winer, Former Division 1 Gymnast




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Course Curriculum


  Module 2- Assessment and Evaluation
Available in days
days after you enroll

Full Rehabilitation Protocols, Return To Gymnastics Skill Progressions, And Screening Flowsheets



Your Instructor


Dave Tilley
Dave Tilley

Dr. Dave Tilley DPT, SCS, CSCS comes from an extensive gymnastics background, being a former competitive athlete for 18 years and having 12 years of coaching experience. His unique background as a former athlete, current optional level coach, and current Sports Physical Therapist gives him a one of a kind approach for the performance and rehabilitation of gymnasts. He has successfully treated some of the most talented high school, collegiate, and junior elite level gymnasts in the world. Along with working with hundreds of gymnasts per month for medical, sports performance, or consultation, he has had the opportunity to travel both nationally and internationally to lecture on various gymnastics performance concepts. He also is actively conducting clinical research and writing medical literature for the sport of gymnastcs.

Dave is CEO of SHIFT Movement Science, an educational company that helps teach coaches, athletes, and healthcare providers about optimal performance and injury reduction concepts. Through his work with The Hero Lab, he encourages everyone involved in gymnastics to gain new education, apply these concepts in the gym, and help their gymnasts reach their long term performance goals while maintaining health and happiness in training.


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How Much Does Evaluation And Treatment Of
Upper Extremity Injuries In Gymnastics Cost?



I have easily spent over $10,000 on spine courses, books, research articles, and mentoring. I have also spent endless hours at weekend courses learning new concepts. It's crazy how many hours some educational companies require to learn about lower back pain.

I wanted to take all the headaches out of continuing education, including the massive money and time commitment. I firmly live by a "people over profits" mentality, and I wanted people to be able to access all the information right from their couch, whenever it best fit their schedule. No more lost weekends, staying in hotels, and emptying your bank account to learn.

That's why I am launching my spine course at just $99.

It is normally priced at $197, but I'm launching it at a special 50% discounted rate

I wanted to get the information to as many people as possible, so I tried to cut down the cost of access as much as possible. I know how expensive and time consuming continuing education can be, and I firmly believe in a 'people over profits' mentality, so my hope is by keeping the price low people will be able to make the investment.

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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Who is the course for?
This course is intended for medical doctors, athletic trainers, chiropractors, physical therapists, physicians assistants, strength and conditioning coaches, physical therapy assistants, and other allied health providers.
Do I need to be in gymnastics to take this course and help gymnasts?
Nope! I intentionally made the course something that those from outside the sport can learn. Whether you have spent your entire life in gymnastics, or are brand new to the sport, whether you are a new grad or an experienced clinician, you can learn a massive amount of information from this course.

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