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Upcoming events

    • 17 Oct 2014
    • 4:00 PM
    • 19 Oct 2014
    • 4:00 PM
    • University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA
    Sitting Cx Segmental Mob.jpgThis course is intended for physical therapists with experience managing patients with  dizziness complaints, but wish to improve in the differential diagnosis, manual examination and intervention in patients whose dizziness has a cervicogenic component. The neurologic therapist treating patients with vestibular diagnoses will learn to manage coexisting musculoskeletal impairments, while the orthopedic therapist will learn to manage dizziness due to non-musculoskeletal causes. More....

    2013 brochure: 2014CDBrochure.pdf

    Friday start time: TBD
    • 07 Mar 2015
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Grossmont Hospital, La Mesa, CA
      1 day lab workshop.  Brochure:San Diego Beg Dizzy with Educata Brochure[1].pdf


    This hands-on lab course is aimed at clinicians who are treating patients presenting with complaints of dizziness and/or balance problems.  The participant will be able to differentiate between central and peripheral vestibular patients, treat those who are appropriate and refer those who are not. Lecture material is provided in a self-paced online course (provided by Educata.com) that is a prerequisite for attendance at the live lab course. Click the link to Educata from our home page or below and receive a 20% discount when you use coupon code BLEND2013 at checkout.
     http://www.educata.com/courses.aspx


    • 27 Mar 2015
    • 4:00 PM
    • 29 Mar 2015
    • 4:00 PM
    • Baptist Hospital of Miami, Miami, FL


    This course is intended for physical therapists with experience managing patients with dizziness complaints, who wish to improve their differential diagnosis, manual examination and management of patients whose dizziness has a cervicogenic component. The neurologic therapist treating patients with vestibular diagnoses will learn to manage coexisting musculoskeletal impairments, while the orthopedic therapist will learn to manage dizziness due to non-musculoskeletal causes. More...
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