Mark Albert, MEd, PT, ATC, LAT

I will bring forth 37 years of evidence based clinical knowledge in two days. We have work to do!

My comprehensive experience and perspective stems from participation in a very rich variety of sports, clinical, research-based and educational settings for over the past 37 years. I am an internationally recognized author on subject matter relating to orthopedics and sports therapy. My approach is to blend the essential biomechanics with focused manual techniques for immediate clinical application and results. -Mark Albert, MEd, PT, ATC, LAT

Continuing education course instructor for North American Seminars

 

North American Seminars PTA, OT, COTA, PT continuing Education Courses

Here is some additional information about Mark Albert, MEd, PT, ATC, LAT

 

Mark S. Albert, MED, PT, ATC, SCS has over 32 years of clinical experience in sports and orthopedic physical therapy settings. Mark is one of the first therapists recognized as a Board Certified Specialist in Sports, having been certified in 1987. He has presented over 200 courses and seminars on specialty areas such as sports injury, management of shoulder, knee dysfunction and exercise rehabilitation. Mark has worked in a variety of settings, treating athletes and orthopedic injuries for all ages and abilities. Mark taught for the Georgia State physical therapy program on topics including prevention and care of athletic injuries, abnormal exercise physiology, orthopedic hip and knee, orthopedic shoulder and thorax and exercise physiology.

Mark served on the editorial board of JOSPT, the Journal of Isokinetic and Exercise Science and Prevention Magazine and is an internationally recognized author of many publications in the areas of orthopedic and sports therapy, isokinetics and rehabilitation. Some of his article titles include: Rehabilitation of the Knee, A Problem Solving Approach, Isokinetic Assessment of Inertial Training, Homestudy Guide to Orthopedic Series and Concepts of Muscle Training. Mark has also published a book titled Principles of Knee Treatment and Rehabilitation and is the author of the textbook Eccentric Muscle Training in Sports and Orthopedics, Second Edition, which is considered to be a classic reference tool and was recently reprinted in Japanese and French. In addition to his extensive writing career Mark also served as the athletic trainer for the Georgia Chiefs, Georgia Tech Association, as well as three other universities and several high schools. Mark Alberts extensive research background and clinical experience enable him to provide the most up to date information in his courses. Information and treatment that is individualized to each patient rather than to each diagnosis. Mr. Albert presents this course for North American Seminars throughout the United States.