Spokane Regional Meeting: Understanding Shoulder Injuries

Regional Meeting

Thursday January 19, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Lunch will be provided

ESD 101 NEWA WC Cooperative
Conference Center
4202 S Regal
Spokane, WA 99223

Join us for our next WSIA Regional Meeting, taking place in Spokane and featuring the presentation "Understanding Shoulder Injuries: The Role of Physical Therapy in Workers' Comp".

This presentation will cover:

  • The many shoulder diagnoses that injured workers can suffer
  • The treatment options available to best manager your injured shoulder patient
  • What your physical therapy provider is and should be giving your patient
  • Ways to better manager your shoulder patients' file

WSIA Regional Meetings are complimentary to attend for WSIA members. We only ask you RSVP your attendance plans for our count. Please use the RSVP button below.


Joseph R. Noel PT

Joseph Noel, PT has been a licensed Physical Therapist for over 25 years. Joe has worked primarily in the outpatient arena as a private practice owner and as a Senior Director for a national Physical Therapy company. Joe has successfully treated thousands of patients during that time. Joe has had a keen focus on work related injuries throughout his career. He has managed Physical Therapy programs for national workers' compensation providers and created utilization management programs to closely monitor Therapy providers for treating work related injuries. Joe's history in the workers' compensation industry has provided him with the insight and experience to be able to coach other therapists on the dynamics of work related injuries. Joe consults with companies in the workers’ compensation community and regularly delivers CEU’s to adjuster’s and case manager’s on common injuries seen in the workplace and how best to manage them from the perspective of a treating Physical Therapist.

Continuing Education Credits

WWCP - 1.5 credits

DLI Certified Claims Administrator - 1.5 claims management credits

SHRM - 1.5 credits

HRCI - pending