A collection of 21 of our classic online courses.


Any student enrolled in this course will have access to the classics library:

1) Reducing Risk of Falls in the Elderly -by Leslie Allison, PT, PhD

2) Neuro-Developmental Treatment Approach: In Assessment and Management of the Adult Hemiplegic Patient in Functional Activities – by Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR

3) Myofascial Release vs Feldenkrais Method – A Comparison and Contrast – by Sandy Burkart, P.T., OCS, PhD

4) Differential Diagnosis of the Neuromusculoskeletal System – by Sandy Burkart, PT, OCS, PhD

5) Mobilization of the Nervous System The Mobile Nervous System, Clinical Reasoning and Pain – by David Butler, PT, GDAMT, MSPP SC

6) Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball – by Caroline Corning Creager, PT

7) Functional Relationships of the Lower Half – by Richard Jackson, PT, OCS

8) Cumulative Trauma Disorders – by James W. King, MA, OTR, CHT

9) Functional Anatomy: A Cadaver Review of the Thigh, Knee, and Leg – by Peter Leininger, MSPT, OCS, CSCS

10) Assessment of the Lumbar Spine – by David Magee, BPT, PhD

11) Knee Rehab: Patellofemoral and ACL Injuries – by Robert Mangine, MEd, PT, ATC

12) Work Hardening – Returning the Difficult Client to Work – by Leonard Matheson, PhD, CVE

13) Managing Challenging Lower Limb Problems – by Jenny McConnell PT, Bapp Sci Grad Man Ter M Biomed Eng

14) Functional Anatomy – A Cadaver Review of the Shoulder, Hip, and Pelvis – by Paul Mettler, EdD

15) Hand Rehabilitation: Extensor and Flexor Tendons – by Anne Moscony, OTR, CHT

16) Cadaver Review: Cervicothoracic and Scapulohumeral Regions – by James Porterfield, PT, MA, ATC

17) Functional Anatomy: A Cadaver Review of the Hand, Wrist, and Elbow – by Neal Pratt, PhD, PT

18) Diagnosis and Treatment of Muscle Imbalances and Associated Movement Impairment Syndromes – by Shirley Sahrmann, PT, PhD, FAPTA

19) CranioSacral Therapy: Recognizing the Body-Mind Continuum – by John Upledger, DO, OMM

20) Rehab of the Shoulder Non-Operative and Operative Treatment of Shoulder Instability and Rotator Cuff Injuries – by Kevin Wilk, DPT

21) Recognition & Treatment of Shoulder Injuries in the Overhead Athlete – by Kevin Wilk, DPT


Course Details


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Course Length



Physical Therapists, PTA’s, Students, Athletic Trainers

Requirement Equipment
Personal Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone with access to Broadband Internet (<1.4 mbps)


Run Time
84 Hours

Varies by course.  Passing grade of 70% or higher required for certificate

Course Evaluation

Certificate of Completion

Workbook / Handout