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Neurology & Vestibular Therapy Specialists

Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinson’s Disease: Evidence Based Practice

This is a 2-day continuing education course for therapists and assistants. The course focuses mostly on Parkinson’s disease but also instructs on M.S. Topics of discussion include etiologies, epidemiology, diagnosis, current treatment & intervention trends, and discussion of evidence-based interventions. 

The attendee will acquire the knowledge needed to evaluate the patient using a variety of tests & measures, and document in ways more meaningful to the referring physician.

  • 15 Hours

  • Beginner & Intermediate
  • PT, OT, & Assistants
  • Brochure

Balance & Vestibular Therapy

This 2-day continuing education course is appropriate for both those new to vestibular therapy and also current practitioners who work with dizziness and balance patients. This course is appropriate for those evaluating or treating neurologic conditions including stroke, TBI, and mTBI, as well as those who complain of dizziness, vertigo, balance deficits, falls and near falls. The course includes:

  • Hands-on labs will ensure you will perform tests and measures properly. 

  • A thorough review of anatomy and physiology of systems of balance

  • Group discussions

  • Case studies

  • Education regarding the creation of a plan of care

  • Documentation of evaluation and interventions

Evaluating Concussion & Moderate Acquired Brain Injury

As the name implies, this 2-day continuing education course focuses on the evaluation of those suffering from concussion (mild traumatic brain injury) as well as moderate acquired brain injury including those resulting from head impacts as well as strokes.

  • How injuries to different parts of the brain affect function

  • Signs and Symptoms of Acquired Brain Injury and mTBI

  • Findings of MRI, CT, and EEG

  • Concussion (mTBI) Scales

  • Pediatric Concussions

  • Sports Sideline Examination

  • Visual Anatomy & Processing

  • Common Visual Defects of Acquired Brain Injury

  • Oculomotor Examination

  • Use of prisms during examination and as an intervention

  • Vestibular Examination

  • H.I.N.T.S. Examination to detect stroke

  • Case Studies

Vision: Evaluation and Interventions for Therapists

This 2-day course will introduce both Physical and Occupational Therapists to the world of assessing eye motion and vision. You will learn the anatomy and physiology of vision, common diseases affecting vision, and how to treat deficits that we find during our evaluation. You will learn how to differentiate ocular motility disorders, nerve palsy, and visual field loss. Other topics covered in the course include:

  • Low vision evaluation

  • Visual Acuity assessment

  • Binocular vision assessment

  • Oculomotor Examination

  • Unilateral Neglect vs. Hemifield loss

  • Interventions

Upon completion of the course, you will have hand-on experience performing assessments, as well as knowledge regarding the creation of a plan of care. You will know which eye care specialist to refer the patient to for further assessment and treatment.