Tuesday, June 18


Foundations of Strength Testing: Shoulder Techniques (Part II)

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Part 2 of our Shoulder Testing webinar welcomes physiotherapist, strength & conditioning coach and clinician Gus Morrison to discuss adduction, internal rotation and extension with Dr. Stewart. The session includes a case study, possible rehab interventions and live Q&A.

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Dr. Daniel G. Stewart

Dr. Stewart, PT, DPT, is an accomplished Doctor of Physical Therapy, recognized for his exceptional skills and contributions to the field. With a solid background in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology from The University of Utah, he furthered his expertise at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah, earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Stewart has been instrumental in the development of ActivForce. His involvement in building and integrating this technology underscores his mission to enhance the precision of physical therapy assessments.


Gus Morrison

Gus Morrison (BSc, MSc) is a dual qualified physiotherapist and strength and conditioning coach. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Physiotherapy and Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine, as well as gaining accreditation with the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association. He currently works at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health as a research assistant and his research is centered around kinetic and kinematic testing of patients with anterior cruciate ligament tears and osteoarthritis of the hip and knee. On top of this he works as a clinician at Athletic Shoulder, where he developed a testing and training framework that was recently published in the Strength and Conditioning Journal. Prior to this, he had published research around objective testing of the shoulder in amateur rugby union players.

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