The purpose of this course is to help healthcare providers and participants to recognize some of the common myths that are being consistently communicated to patients regarding upper extremity injuries. Understanding the peer-reviewed evidence about conditions will increase patient outcomes and reduce unnecessary healthcare expenditures. This course has been designed to present an in-depth review of shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries. The content of the course is evidence-based and has been developed through a review of published peer-review literature. At the conclusion of each course/program, the participants will be able to: 1. Identify Evidence Based Practices for Elbow and Shoulder Related Conditions 2. Summarize the importance of Clinical Pathways and how they apply to injury assessment and the management of Rotator Cuff Pathology and Adhesive Capsulitis. 3. Identify the clinical pathways for common musculoskeletal injuries of the shoulder and elbow and know how to interpret and apply them in the clinical decision making process. 4. Recognize the most current evidence supporting the use of active rehabilitation for the management of rotator cuff, lateral epicondylitis and wrist instability. 5. Illustrate how to properly assess red flags and identify a timely referral when appropriate.