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New VNG Seminar Hands on VNG technique
New VNG Seminar
Hands on VNG technique training and intro to report interpretation
Please Join Us September 21, 2019 in Mesa/Phoenix, AZ
I am pleased to announce a new inaugural VNG Seminar co-sponsored by Secure Health, Inc. and A.T. Still University featuring Difra Instrumentation VNG technology. Dr. Troy Hale, Assistant Professor at A.T. Still University and Secure Health have worked together for nearly three years, leading up to the new VNG training seminar.
Dr. Hale assists Secure Health’s clients with report over-reads, testing techniques and answering questions for various conditions that are encountered. This VNG training opportunity is for those interested in expanding their knowledge and expertise for vestibular testing, diagnostics, and treatment. The VNG training seminar is an introduction to VNG report interpretation and hands-on VNG technique training featuring Difra Instrumentation.
We are expecting a class size of approximately 15 to 20 to make it a more intimate learning environment. Difra VNG equipment and caloric irrigators will be available for hands-on demonstrations. We will also have our Better Balance Analyzer balance assessment platform available for demonstrating vestibular assessment and basic vestibular rehab therapy exercises. Plus, we will discuss how you can attract more patients in need of vestibular diagnostics.
You are invited to participate in our new VNG Seminar and we look forward to meeting you there.
Daniel B. Scherer
CEO, Secure Health, Inc.
Saturday, September 21, 2019, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
A.T. Still University, Mesa, AZ
Introduction to VNG report interpretation and hands-on VNG technique training
A.T. Still University, Mesa, AZ, and Secure Health, Inc., Fort Wayne, IN are launching their inaugural VNG Training Seminar at the A.T. Still Mesa campus.
Troy Hale, Doctor of Audiology, Au.D, FAAA, Assistant Professor A.T. Still University
Who should attend:
MD’s, ENT’s and Otolaryngologists, Neurologists, DO’s, geriatric specialists, other physicians, physical therapists / PT’s, occupational therapists / OT’s, technicians, nurses, support staff, health care professionals and administrators, and others involved in related health care fields
$299 per person
What is included for all registered live event attendees?
–Notebook of course information and handouts
–Identify risk factors for vestibular disorders
–Demonstration of balance assessment and the importance of integrating balance screenings
–Hands-on VNG training with VNG diagnostic equipment manufactured by Difra Instrumentation
–Introduction to VNG interpretive reports: how to recognize a normal report, recognize and avoid common errors and artifacts in VNG, recognize positional vertigo (BBPV)
–Demonstration of oculomotor, positional and calorics testing
–Overview of Vestibular Rehab Therapy (VRT)
–Billing and coding for vestibular testing
–Patient and Business Development
–Open forum regarding vestibular and balance disorders
–Certificate of completion
Class size is limited, click here to register online.
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm MST
ATSU - Mesa Campus- Cougar (3rd Floor)
5850 E Still Circle, Mesa, AZ 85206