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Masterclass in Complex throwers shoulder - Wendy Braybon

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Wendy Braybon FACP   Complex throwers shoulder

The expert clinician diagnoses the multiple components of a complex shoulder presentation in a baseball pitcher. The role of the entire kinetic chain involved in a throwing athlete is assessed and a comprehensive management plan demonstrated and discussed.


Wendy Braybon, FACP

Specialist Sports Physiotherapist (2010),Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists, Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.

Wendy is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist and an APA Ttitled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Wendy has been involved with the Victorian Institute of Sport since 1992 and was the VIS Head Physiotherapist from 2003 -2017, where she assessed and treated athletes from wide range of sports. Her role also included the coordination of the physiotherapists and soft tissue therapists. Wendy also worked in private practice for many years at Melbourne Physiotherapy Group.

Wendy taught at Masters and Post Graduate level for La Trobe and Melbourne Universities, supervising and mentoring physiotherapists in the clinical environment. Wendy was the Head physiotherapist for the Australian Olympic Team in London 2012. She has represented Australia as a physiotherapist at four Olympics games, five Softball World Championships and two Gymnastics World Championships. Wendy was the Team Physiotherapy Coordinator for the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games, organised and managed a large team of physiotherapists to support the competing countries and in 2009 she was the Physiotherapist to the Australian Women’s Gymnastics team at the World Championships in London at the 2012 Olympic venue.


Sadly Wendy passed away in 2018. Fortunately Wendy can still pass on her amazing clinical skills, assessing and treating a throwers shoulder via the webcast recorded in 2015.



2 hours