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#216 Vestibular, Oculomotor and Balance Rehabilitation: Applying research based principles for proven results!

Motivations, Inc.


Format(s):   Live Seminars
Discipline(s):   Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours:   16
Registration Fee:   $495


Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Describe the possible causes of dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance
Understand the anatomical and physiological basis of vestibular and balance function
Effectively test and treat BPPV with immediate results
Recognize the signs and symptoms that distinguish categories of dysfunction and differential diagnosis
Apply specific evaluation techniques including oculomotor, postural, and positional tests
Develop an evidence based vestibular treatment plan to address specific vestibular and balance impairments
Understand strategies to progress balance re-training
Utilize effective tools, including research findings to educate & market to referral sources.

Target Audience
Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Assistants

Confirmation Notes
his is an 16-hour lecture/discussion course equivalent to 1.6 CEUs. Motivations Inc is an approved provider by The Texas Chapter of the APTA. We follow the PT licensing Board guidelines in the states in which the course is held. Motivations, Inc. is an approved CEU provider by AOTA.
Attendees need to bring an exercise mat

Agenda
Day One
8:00 The problem of dizziness and disequilibrium 9:30 Anatomy/physiology of movement perception and balance 10:15 Break 10:30 Peripheral Vestibular Pathology Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) Vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis, perilymphatic fistula, acoustic neuroma, endolymphatic hy-drops, Meniere’s, Bilateral Vestibular Disorders 11:15 BPPV Evaluation & Treatment Lab Canalith repositioning Maneuvers Eval and Tx Algorithm, Contraindications 12:00 Lunch on your own 1:00 Introduction to Vestibular Evaluation 1:45 Critical elements of history and systems review 2:15 Oculomotor exam, Eye motion analysis, Differential diagnosis 3:00 Vestibular recovery Adaptation, compensation, habituation 3:30 Break 3:45 Oculomotor exam and vestibular exercise lab 4:15 Comprehensive Balance & Vestibular Eval Multifactorial fall risk assessment, subjective & objective outcome measures, postural, gait assessments, Diagnostic & vestibular function tests, Red flags Postural and gait assessment Lab Small Group Case Study Discussion, Review 5:30 Closure

Day Two
8:00 Multidimensional Balance Treatment Plan Theoretical basis or recovery & core concepts Addressing impairments and functional deficits Motor Control and learning principles 9:00 Balance and Vestibular Rehab Strategies Lab COG control, Postural strategies, Multisensory training, Gait strategies, Tai Chi 10:15 Break 10:30 Central and Cerebellar disorders Stroke, Concussion/ TBI, Migraine, MS 11:00 Space and Motion Sensitivity 11:30 Lab: Interventions to address central deficits 12:00 Lunch On Your Own 1:00 Cervicogenic Dizziness 1:30 Clinical presentation, differential diagnosis 2:00 Lab: Cervical kinesthesia & stabilization 3:30 Break 3:45 Balance and Vestibular Rehab management Reimbursement issues, Research Literature Recap, Educational and Marketing tools New and Developing Treatment Approaches Military technologies, virtual environments 4:30 Case studies, Review, and class wrap up 5:30 Closure

Description
Vestibular and balance disorders may result from CVA, trauma, infection, debilitation, congenital conditions and numerous other conditions. Patients are seen in all settings, both orthopedic and neurologic. Vestibular disorders can cause disturbing symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, nausea, anxiety, fatigue, and imbalance. The related impairments can lead to functional limitation and disability. Balance related falls can be devastating, even fatal. Evidence has shown vestibular disorders are frequently not diagnosed or treated properly. Research has demonstrated vestibular and balance rehabilitation to be highly effective.
Course Registration Rates:
$395 Consortium Registration - Group Discount – To see if your facility is already a Consortium Facility, click on the register button, then the "Fees and Locations tab"
$445 Association Registration - Member of APTA, AOTA, NATA-BOC, ASHA, SCARF, etc.
$495 Individual Registration -


Dates and Locations
 
Register Address:   **2018 DATE ** Atlanta Georgia
Location:   Dekalb Medical Center
Dates:   06-16-2018 - 06-17-2018, 12:00AM 12:00AM
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