S92| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S12, November 2021

Rehabilitation for atraumatic shoulder instability in circus arts performers: delivered via telehealth

      Background: The Watson Instability Program (WIP1) is the highest level of evidence for the conservative management of atraumatic shoulder instability, but it is unknown if this program can be effectively delivered via teleconsultation. The aim of this study observational single cohort study was to determine the effects of the WIP1 on patient reported outcome measures, scapula position, shoulder strength and handstand stability in student circus performers with atraumatic shoulder instability, when delivered via teleconsultation.
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