Angela Cadogan is a registered Specialist Physiotherapist (Musculoskeletal) based in Christchurch, New Zealand. Angela has a PhD in Musculoskeletal Diagnostics (shoulder sub-specialty) from AUT University (Auckland, New Zealand) in which she investigated the diagnostic accuracy of clinical examination and imaging findings in identifying the source of shoulder pain in primary care. She has several publications relating to the diagnosis of subacromial pain, acromioclavicular joint pain and rotator cuff tears, as well as other clinical papers on this topic. Angela was an invited keynote speaker and workshop presenter at the Paris Shoulder Sumit (2019), the Nice Shoulder Course (2018), and has presented at the ASSET Meeting (New Orleans 2017), NZ Shoulder and Elbow Society (Orthopaedic) meetings (2015 and 2017) as well as other national and international meetings on the diagnosis of shoulder pain in primary care. Angela works as a Specialist Physiotherapist in her own private practice and runs the Non-Surgical Shoulder Service and orthopaedic triage (Shoulder Service) in the Canterbury District Health Board in Christchurch, NZ. Angela also runs online shoulder education courses in both English and French languages and teaches local shoulder courses for the NZ Manipulative Physiotherapists Association and Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy New Zealand.