North American Seminars Inc, Franklin, Tenn, offers a 2-day intermediate-level course teaching the fundamentals of evaluating and treating vestibular dysfunction.
Called “Vestibular Rehabilitation – A Comprehensive Clinical Approach for Positive Functional Outcomes,” this course is offered to physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists, and occupational therapy assistants.
According to the course website, the course will provide a basic overview of vestibular function and anatomy, as well as central nervous system interaction. Treatment options and long-term care management strategies will also be discussed.
As well, via hands-on laboratory sessions, participants will learn how to properly perform testing techniques for vestibular disorders.
Course instructor Georgia Groomer, PT, has spent 24 years in clinical practice—17 of them focused on the management of clients with vestibular dysfunction. In addition, she has worked in conjunction with otology/neurology physicians in clinics that routinely utilize advanced diagnostic testing to best understand this patient group, according to the course website.
Course tuition is $425, and 16 hours of CME credit will be available.
The course will be offered September 26-27 at Stamford Hospital, Stamford, Conn; October 10-11 at Regional Medical Center of San Jose, San Jose, Calif; and November 14-15 at Saint Peter’s Sports Medicine Institute, Somerset, NJ.
For more information, visit North American Seminars.
[Source(s): North American Seminars, PRWeb]