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Independent Study Courses
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AOPT's "Current Courses" are our most current courses and have been offered for the past 5 years. Registrants can obtain continuing education for these courses.
AOPT's "Enrichment Courses" are courses that are more than 5 years old and can no longer be taken for continuing education. These are offered for enrichment purposes.
Here you'll find bundled (single) monographs from various series we have published, and placed these together into the Shoulder, Hip, and Knee. You'll also find our single monograph course options here, as well as Special Interest Group microlearning opportunities.
The Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy offers an excellent choice of high quality monographs through its Independent Study Course series. Since 1989, we have been providing clinicians, faculty, and students with a choice of contemporary topics that can strengthen clinical practice. Each course includes a comprehensive selection of monographs that address varied aspects of the primary content area. Our authors are carefully selected and are experts in their respective fields.
Meet Our Editorial Team
- Dhinu Jayaseelan, PT, DPT, Editor
- Andrew Post, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, Associate Editor
- Sharon Klinski, Managing Editor
Learn about our Editorial Team here.
From a satisfied registrant...
"In 2013 I was granted certification as a board certified clinical specialist in orthopaedic physical therapy and have completed my OCS maintenance requirements each three years. Not only did I use independent study courses from the Orthopaedic Section to prepare for the exam, I continue to take these courses to stay current. I find the content of the ISC courses completely thorough and evidence-based and return to my course information frequently for review or to help guide a colleague during mentoring sessions with new physical therapists."
– Shannon B, Minnesota