Program Description: This three-day certification workshop presents rehabilitation and therapy protocols to manage identifiable vestibular and balance system disorders, including cortical and labyrinthine concussion. The content is evidence
This three-day certification workshop presents rehabilitation and therapy protocols to manage identifiable vestibular and balance system disorders, including cortical and labyrinthine concussion. The content is evidence based to ensure therapists and clinicians produce excellent outcomes.
- An overview of vestibular anatomy and physiology
- Understanding sensory integration of equilibrium
- Disorders affecting vestibular function
- Cortical and Labyrinthine Concussion Differentiation
- Interactive Concussion Management Strategies
- Extensive training materials for therapy programs
- Neurophysiology of Central Compensation
- VRT protocols: adaptation, habituation, and substitution for patient-centered therapy
- Pyschogenic factors affecting VRT outcomes
- BPPV diagnosis & treatment – Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers with manual training
- AIB’s 2-year certification is included in the price of the tuition.
- At the conclusion of the workshop, you will be given a take home examination. Then manual portion is the CRM practice will be performed during the workshop while at AIB.
- Differentiate vestibular test abnormalities that identify patients who are “appropriate” candidates for therapy.
- Use diagnosis based strategies for designing and implementing therapy.
- Apply specific therapy protocols within individualized programs for patients.
- Initiate and implement a comprehensive vestibular rehabilitation program within their scope of practice.
- Develop Return-To-Play Decisions based on your assessment and management of concussion patients.
To register, click the learn more link below and make sure to select the March 31-Apr 02, 2017 (Mesa, AZ) option.
March 31 (Friday) 8:30 am - April 2 (Sunday) 4:30 pm MST
ATSU - Mesa Campus
5850 E Still Circle, Mesa, AZ 85206
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