Elite Rehabilitation Solutions, Audubon, Pa, has announced that it will be holding a one-day course, “BPPV: Advanced Treatment and Management,” on December 1 centered on the latest evidence and foundation to manage BPPV patients. According to a recent news release, the course aims to offer clinicians an opportunity to optimize their skills in managing patients with BPPV and will include a review of screening and examination techniques for making differential diagnoses with individuals with positional vertigo.
The course is also designed to assist in developing the ability to perform interventions and modify techniques and approaches when encountering atypical findings or results. Elite Rehabilitation Solutions adds that the course is slated to review available evidence to support clinical decision-making with multiple case studies.
Course instructors include Ann Galgon, PhD, PT, NCS, assistant professor in the physical therapy program at Temple University and Elizabeth Grace Georgelos, PT, MS, NCS, neurology team leader in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, division of occupational and physical therapy at the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
The release notes that attendees are encouraged to bring their own case studies to the Glen Mills, Pa-based event for discussion in order to maximize the learning process.
For more information and to view the event's brochure, visit http://bit.ly/UdbRsl
Source: Elite Rehabilitation Solutions