Course Description:

Shoulder Anatomy is a 30 minute lecture covering the relevant anatomy of the shoulder girdle. Dr. Ebaugh will point out the bones, ligaments, and articulations of the shoulder girdle. He will then discuss the muscles of the surrounding the shoulder girdle, their attachments, and their function. The lecture ends with a discussion of the neurovascular structures of the shoulder.

Upon successful completion of a post-test and course evaluation, you will be able to download your course certificate of completion. You will receive 0.5 credit hour for this course.

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Registration fee: $10.00

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About the Instructor:

David Ebaugh, PT, PhD

Dr. Ebaugh is an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. He received a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Temple University, a Master of Science from Hahneman University, and a PhD in Physical Therapy from Drexel University.

He has published several peer reviewed articles and lectured nationally on topics related to shoulder pathology, scapular disorders, and anatomy. His research includes:

  • Development of a clinical classification system for scapular dyskinesia.
  • Identification of scapular kinematic patterns during functional tasks.
  • The Influence of therapeutic exercise on scapular motion.