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Elevate your knowledge in vestibular disorders and treatment strategies
The 2020 Virtual Vestibular Health Summit is an interactive, online event for healthcare professionals and the community -presented in two different tracks that include educational presentations, supporting materials, and live Q&A sessions!
Industry Professional Track
Susan Whitney, DPT, PhD, NCS, ATC, FAPTA
Certified Neurologic Physical Therapist
We will kick off the Summit with world-renowned expert, Dr. Sue Whitney!
Dr. Whitney will present on Factors that may delay recovery in persons with vestibular disorders: An Update.
Not all people get better quickly after a vestibular disorders. Factors shown in the literature that relate to delayed recovery after a vestibular disorder will be identified and, where possible, ideas to remediate the risk factors will be discussed.
Dizziness is an “umbrella term” – it is general and vague and can have a number of different meanings. This can make it a challenge for individuals to describe to their family, friends and even healthcare providers.
It is critical to understand what your dizziness means to you. Your symptoms help identify the cause and define treatment. Your treatment must be customized to you. We invite you to join us for this interactive, online event! Register today for free or upgrade to the premium pass.
*Please note: the premium pass includes a 15 minute consultation with faculty from 360 Balance & Dizziness Center.
WHAT IS THE VIRTUAL VESTIBULAR HEALTH SUMMIT?
Online event from April 27th - May 2nd with key thought leaders
The Summit kicks off on Monday, April 27th! You will hear from a variety of key thought leaders in vestibular-related disorders. There will be presentations each day followed by live Q&A sessions plus bonus treatment demo videos in the clinic. The Summit will then wrap up on Saturday, May 2nd with an in depth, peer-to-peer question and answer discussion. You can attend this online event from the comfort of your own home/work computer or electronic device of your choice.
There are two ways to register:
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Learn the latest knowledge and technology in vestibular rehabilitation
By emphasizing the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach, this event will a focus on a variety of vestibular disorders and treatment strategies. You'll be hearing from a number of thought leaders in the areas of vestibular therapy, neuro-optometry, and neurotology, including the opportunity to ask them questions during live Q&A sessions. Plus, live demo videos from faculty at 360 Balance & Hearing Center.