IS THIS SEMINAR FOR YOU?
- It is suited to the new graduate or seasoned health care practitioner (Chiropractor, Physiotherapist, Audiologist, Occupational Therapist, Medical Practitioner, and Osteopath), with little or no experience in neurology and vestibular therapy
- Its goal is to improve your clinical competency and outcomes for patients suffering dizziness, poor balance, whiplash, and concussion
- Enjoy a hands-on and practical-orientated learning experience which integrates research, theory, and clinical applications so you can apply to your practice with confidence
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Vestibular neurophysiology – the foundation in your understanding of findings and applications
- History – learn what questions to ask and the interpretations of each to define the cause
- Dizziness Conditions – Focus on most common conditions likely to present to clinic and be able to differentiate a central vs peripheral problem
- BPPV – learn the subtle differences in presentations that help identify the affected canal and the most appropriate management
- Vestibular Assessment – perform oculomotor, vestibular and balance (spinal) examination that provide the likely causes of dizziness
- Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy – Apply and integrate the examination findings to develop a tailored management protocol
- Cervicogenic Pain and Dizziness – learn and apply contemporary sensorimotor and neuromotor protocols for patients suffering whiplash and chronic neck pain
- Concussion – learn how to assess neurological, vestibular and orthopaedic symptoms following a concussion
Additionally, comprehensive seminar notes and handouts are provided, which are all sourced from contemporary, evidence-based and best practice guidelines.
NOTE: You’re registering for a online module, a professionally filmed and edited recording of our ‘Managing the Dizziness Patient’ seminar.
You will receive
- 12 months online access to watch as many times as you want (you will need internet access to watch it)
- 12.5 hours
- download of full notes and clinical forms
Here is a short video from our Vestibular Assessment session, as an example of the high quality video on offer.