This two- day practical course provides a concise, evidence-based overview of vestibular rehabilitation, including peripheral vestibular disorders (including benign paroxysmal positional vertigo), central conditions, and cervicogenic dizziness.
Through lectures, group work, practical sessions, and case studies, participants will become familiar with assessment and treatment of common vestibular conditions. Participants will learn how to create customised vestibular rehabilitation programmes for peripheral and central conditions, which includes balance and gait retraining.
The content is evidence-based and relevant to Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists working in orthopaedics, neurology, and gerontology. Participants are provided with a comprehensive course manual with all relevant outcome measures and references.
Limited to 18 participants. Lunch and snack are provided.