An Algorithm for Shoulder Rehabilitation

Course Description:

An Algorithm for Shoulder Rehabilitation is a one hour lecture using the most current evidence to provide principles for evaluation and the identification of impairments to be addressed in rehabilitation.  A rationale for range of motion and strengthening exercises will also be presented.  Specific manual therapy techniques and exercises will be provided with a recommended progression.  At the completion of this course you will be more confident in your ability to evaluate and rehabilitate shoulder disorders.     

Upon successful completion of a post-test and course evaluation, you will be able to download your course certificate of completion. You will receive 1 credit hour for this course.

Registration fee: $20.00

Click here to enroll in this course

Clicking on the link above will take you to our Learning Management System (LMS). There you will be able to create your own profile, username (e-mail address) and password. Please enter your primary state license number in the space for unique ID. Secure online ayment is made through Paypal.

Please contact us at if you should have any questions regarding the course or registration process.


About the Instructor:

Brian G. Leggin, PT, DPT, OCS

Brian is currently a Team Leader for Penn Therapy and Fitness, Good Shepherd Penn Partners, at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. He has been working with the physicians and surgeons of the Shoulder and Elbow Service of the University of Pennsylvania and Rothman Institute. He has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles in journals such as Physical Therapy, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. Brian is the author of the Penn Shoulder Score, a self report outcome measure for patients with shoulder disorders. The reliability and validity of this questionnaire was published in 2006 (click here for a link to the article).

Brian has also contributed numerous book chapters and has given several professional and scientific presentations at local, state, national, and international conferences. He is an active member and past-president of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists and a member of the executive board of the International Congress of Shoulder Therapy.