Sponsored by the Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program at A.T. Still University in conjunction with the Physical Therapy Department in the Arizona School of Health Sciences. The Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency
Sponsored by the Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program at A.T. Still University in conjunction with the Physical Therapy Department in the Arizona School of Health Sciences.
The Neurologic Physical Therapy Residency program is accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency & Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE).
Course Instructor: Jamie Kuettel, PT, DPT; Connie Weglarz, PT, DPT; Cecelia Sartor-Glittenberg, PT, PhD
Course Description: This course will focus on examination and intervention for individuals with vertigo and disequilibrium from vestibular causes using essential evidence-based tests and measures. The course will highlight management of several vestibular pathologies including a review of anatomy and discussion of examination and interventions for each vestibular disorder. Specific emphasis of the course will be on the management of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, unilateral peripheral hypofunction, bilateral vestibular hypofunction, and other common vestibular disorders. Case study presentations and hands-on lab components will facilitate the learners’ experience. This course is intended for individuals with a general knowledge of vestibular anatomy and physiology and common vestibular disorders.
At completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Discuss the differences between normal and abnormal vestibular pathology and how it correlates to a clinical examination and interventions.
- Demonstrate tests and measures that are appropriate for vestibular pathology (peripheral vestibular hypofunction, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and bilateral vestibular hypofunction) and apply results to create a comprehensive vestibular rehabilitation program.
- Refine skills needed to create a patient-specific evidence-based rehabilitation program to help persons with vestibular pathology optimize their recovery.
CEU: Participants are awarded 0.75 CEUs or 7.5 contact hours at the end of the course.
Cost: $195 – General; $160 for ATSU Alumni, Clinical Instructors with ATSU students, or groups of 3 or more from one organization;
Mentors of ATSU Neurologic Residents, no charge.
ATSU Physical Therapy Department is qualified to provide physical therapist continuing education courses and activities according to the Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy (Rule R4-24-402).
CEU courses and other post-professional programs offered at ATSU are not associated with the CAPTE accredited residential Doctor of Physical Therapy program.
(Saturday) 7:30 am - 5:00 pm AZ
ATSU - Mesa Campus
5850 E Still Circle, Mesa, AZ 85206
Neurologic Physical Therapy ResidencyJason Karstens, firstname.lastname@example.org 5850 E. Still Circle, Mesa, AZ 85206
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