Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Renewal Course

Durham, North Carolina
Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Renewal Course
Wednesday, August 09, 2017 12:00 PM -
Saturday, August 12, 2017 3:30 PM (Eastern Time)

Duke DPT Classroom @ Erwin Square
(919) 681-4380
2200 West Main Street
Wing A Office Entry (above Jewelsmith) - Suite 210
Durham, North Carolina 27705
United States

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Duke University Doctor of Physical Therapy Division in partnership with the American Physical Therapy Association will be offering two of the courses in the "Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Course" series sequentially. The Vestibular Function Tests: Interpretation and Application to Rehabilitation course will run from Monday morning to Wednesday afternoon. The Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Renewal Course will run from Wednesday afternoon to Saturday afternoon. Participants can enroll for either or both courses.

The information on this website is for the Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation course. Information on the other course may be found by clicking on this link: Vestibular Function Tests


Course Description:


Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency Based Renewal Course - August 9 - 12, 2017

This advanced level, evidence-based, three and a half day course was developed in response to requests for an update on treatment and assessment of people with vestibular disorders.  It is open only to Physical and Occupational Therapists who have passed the Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency-Based Course. The course will emphasize assessment and treatment of cervico-genic dizziness (lecture and laboratory sessions); differentiation of central eye movement signs and symptoms from peripheral vestibular eye movement signs and symptoms, as well as treatment considerations for individuals with dizziness secondary to central vestibular disorders, including concussion; treatment of the less common presentations of BPPV (lecture and laboratory sessions); dizziness and Meniere’s versus the migraine complex, SCD and other uncommon vestibular disorders;  pediatric vestibular rehabilitation; and expectations for recovery. 

In addition, ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE ASKED TO BRING WITH THEM ONE CASE STUDY (PREFERABLY DIFFICULT) THAT MAY BE REVIEWED AS PART OF THE COURSE.  Participants should create a short (no more than 5 slides) PowerPoint presentation (if possible) containing patient history, vestibular function test results, and if possible, even videos of eye movements and gait, as well as summary of medical, surgical and rehabilitation treatments. Selected cases will be discussed by the faculty and course participants on the last day of the course.
The course will include written, video and practical examinations of assessment and intervention procedures.

Two certificates are given for the course - one for attendance and one for achievement. It is our intent that the certificate of of achievement signifies that at the time the course was given, the participant demonstrated proper performance of certain skills (based on practical exams) and understood basic information (based on written exams) related to vestibular rehabilitation. The granting of the certificate of achievement in no way certifies that the participant retains those skills and knowledge, or applies them appropriately in the future. Upon completion of the course CEUs will be awarded via a certificate of attendance. Full attendance to the course is required to obtain CEUs  for the course. Partial credit will not be awarded for partial attendance.

Course size will be limited to 60.

Course Fees:

APTA members: $1500.00

non-APTA members: $1600.00

 

 


 
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Contact Information

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    Mailing Address:
    Duke Doctor of Physical Therapy
    Erwin Square
    2200 West Main Street
    Wing B - Suite B230
    Durham, NC 27705

    Contact:
    dptconed@dm.duke.edu

Payment Instructions

  • Thank you for registering for the Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation Course. Your registration is currently pending.  To confirm your registration, payment must be received within 10 days of submission.

    Unfortunately, Duke policy prohibits online payments at this time. Payment instructions will be sent to your registration Email address shortly.

    Please contact Richard Clendaniel, PT, PhD at dptconed@dm.duke.edu if you do not receive payment instructions within 48 hours of registration.


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