Get an in-depth look at recent advances in management of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and peripheral vestibular hypofunction in the upcoming virtual presentation, "The Eyes Have It: What Every PT Should Know in Managing the Most Common Vestibular Disorders," on June 25 and 26. Join Janet Helminski, PT, PhD, and Michael Schubert PT, PhD, FAPTA, authors of this post, for this interactive, two-day session. The presentation is part of the APTA Centennial Lecture Series.
Can you effectively manage individuals with the diagnosis of "vertigo"? The answer is yes — if you apply the principles of vestibular neurophysiology into your practice.
There are new strategies to evaluate and treat common vestibular disorders based on vestibular physiologic evidence, including atypical presentation. And in addition to those strategies, there are new resources to use.
Exactly what is going on in this important space? That's what our upcoming APTA Centennial Lecture, June 25-26, is all about. We hope you will join us to find out how you can make a difference in the lives of patients experiencing this debilitating condition.
In the meantime, here are few examples of resources that can help you help your patients.