North American Seminars offers “Balance Dysfunction and Intervention – An Advanced Evidence Based Course,” November 11-12 at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, NJ.
During the class, participants will discuss vestibular, neurological, and orthopedic causes of imbalance, including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cerebellar dysfunction, total joint arthroplasties, lumbar spine dysfunction, and vestibular dysfunction.
In addition, the course will teach impairment- and disease-specific examination techniques, as well as guidelines to identify the right examination techniques for specific diagnoses. Clinical skills that will be taught will include assessment of sensory and motor systems that contribute to balance, cervicogenic screening, ocular motor examination, BPPV treatments, higher-level balance testing, treatment of balance dysfunction across the spectrum, according to a media release from North American Seminars.
Instructor Diane Wrisley, PhD, PT, NCS, completed her postdoctoral fellowship in the Balance Disorders Laboratory at the Neurological Sciences Institute of Oregon Health & Sciences University.
A total of 15 hours of continuing education credit will be available for participants.
For more information or to register, visit North American Seminars.
[Source(s): North American Seminars, PRWeb]