Online VRT 3 - Central Disorders and Concussion Rehab Registration Now Open
Course Date - February 6 - March 27, 2021
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18 CE - 7 Weeks
This 7 week online vestibular course will provide a comprehensive overview of concussion assessment, central disorders, and chronic dizziness (PPPD).
Participants will explore the latest research and trends for adolescents and adults experiencing prolonged visual, vestibular and sensory complaints as a result of concussion. Special attention to classifying symptoms due to cervical impairments, vestibular dysfunction and exertional limitations will be specified.
A comprehensive examination and treatment plan as it relates to concussion, dizziness, headache and whiplash associated disorders will be taught within the framework of a multidisciplinary-team approach.
This program will also provide attendees with a comprehensive overview related to the management of central disorders and chronic dizziness (PPPD).
The course will be divided into weekly learning over a 7 week period. Weekly modules will include video lectures, discussion board assignments, video technique library, and practical online skill checks.
The course will be divided into weekly learning modules over a 7 week period. Weekly modules will include video lectures, discussion board assignments, video technique library, and practical online skill checks.
VRT 3 Online Course Duration: 7 weeks Instructor: Mickey Shah, PT, D.Sc. Start Date: January 23, 2021 - End date: March 6, 2021
This course is intended for Physical Therapists, and Physical Therapist Assistants
Third year DPT students - Letter of proof from department chair or faculty member - Special Discount for Students Available
Group Discount Rates Available - Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
18 CE hours
This course content is not intended for use by any participant outside the scope of their license or regulation.
Registration fee, less $50 administrative fee, is refunded if notice of cancellation is received 10 days in advance of the course date. In the event of an emergency or crisis the participant is encouraged to file a written request for a credit towards their next course or full refund with EvidenceCEU. EvidenceCEU reserves the right to cancel a seminar, whereby the full registration fee will be refunded.
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