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The purpose/goal of this activity is to provide differential diagnostic techniques that identify the contributor of a patient’s dizziness as well as applying the best interventions to improve your patients’ balance regardless of the demographic or work environment.

7/1/2017
When: On Demand
Self-Study
Where: Self-Study
United States
Presenter: Sponsor: Cross Country Education
Contact: Donna Coffman
615-331-4422

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Course Description: 

In this online seminar, you will learn differential diagnostic techniques that identify the contributor of a patient’s dizziness. Participants will understand the pathophysiology of the dizziness and treat the condition accordingly. In addition, laboratory components which analyze patients’ compensatory functional movement patterns and balance strategies will be reviewed. The lecture and lab components presented will be helpful for treating a variety of disorders, including Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) and chronic vertigo, as well as balance and proprioceptive disorders. Upon completion of this online seminar, you will be confident in applying the best interventions to improve your patients’ balance regardless of the demographic or work environment.ain, and postural management. The course is intended for therapists and practitioners with all levels of experience with taping.

 

Speaker:  Chris Carpino, MPT

The purpose/goal of this activity is to provide differential diagnostic techniques that identify the contributor of a patient’s dizziness as well as applying the best interventions to improve your patients’ balance regardless of the demographic or work environment.

Objectives:

1. Identify and implement treatment strategies for dizziness caused by BPPV.
2. Evaluate and diagnose central and peripheral vertigo.
3. Demonstrate steps to conduct a detailed oculomotor analysis.
4. Perform manual canalith repositioning techniques.
5. Perform functional balance assessment and treatment.
6. Understand the epidemiology of dizziness and falling.

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Program Content Area: Neurology
Course Type: Classroom
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Intended Audience: PT, PTA, Health care professionals
CE Contact Hours: 6
Course Approval: IPTA Approval #75-6386

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