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Vestibular Rehab - An Overview of Testing and Treatment Options

Course #: 03-1242

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CE Credit Hours: 1.00 Continuing Education Credit Hours

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CEU Course Description

The vestibular system is a network of structures responsible for sensing and maintaining balance in one’s environment. It is important for physical therapists to understand the fundamentals of the vestibular system and the conditions that are associated with it. Identifying the symptoms associated with vestibular disturbances can lead to using the most efficient screening tools and formulating the best course of treatment.

CEU Course Objectives 

  1. Define the mechanism involved around the vestibular system.
  2. Recognize symptoms of vestibular disturbances and perform proper testing to rule in or rule out a diagnosis.
  3. Identify the most effective treatment for patients who have a vestibular diagnosis.

CEU Course Syllabus

Introduction--> Section 1: The Mechanisms Involved Around The Vestibular System and Balance

0.25 Contact Hours  

Section 2: Etiology, Causes, Symptoms, and Diagnoses--> Section 3: Section 3: The Role of The Physical Therapist in Testing and Treatment of Vestibular Disorders

0.50 Contact Hours 

Section 4: Case Study and Discussion--> References

0.25 Contact Hours 

Total = 1 Contact Hour

Instructional level: Basic

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Course Date: 2021-10-19

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