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Visual-Vestibular-Cervical Integration Training Post-Concussion Masterclass
This masterclass focuses on vestibular assessment and treatment approaches post-concussion for ages 14 and older. You'll have access to the Concussion Clinical Profiles (CP) Screen, which extends on previous symptom inventory questionnaires by evaluating symptoms more specifically to better identify clinical profiles and target clinical care.
You'll also learn how to transfer findings from concussion-related balance assessments into treatment progressions, consider the various options in vestibulo-ocular reflex training, integrate basic visual rehab activities when appropriate, identify cervicogenic components post-head trauma, and have exposure to clinical pearls in both current and future trends in concussion management.
With this masterclass, you get video training with instructors who take you through the course material step-by-step. You also receive community support, concussion-specific questionnaires, screening & exam references, treatment ideas, sample home programs, and case studies.
Upon completing this course, the participant should be able:
- to recognize visual, vestibular, & cervicogenic impairments related to concussion
- to identify appropriate treatment strategies for functional visual, vestibular, & cervical-related activities, and
- to define the rationale on how to progress the care plan based on the clinical presentation of the patient.
Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT
Bridgett Wallace has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and holds competency-based certifications in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. She is the founder of 360 Balance & Dizziness and co-founder of 360 Neuro Health Institute. Bridgett is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Vestibular Disorders Association. In addition to treating patients, Bridgett consults and lectures both nationwide and internationally on concussion management and vestibular disorders.
Angela Rich, PT, OCS, ScD, ATC
Angela was a private practice owner for 16 years, specializing in orthopaedics and sports medicine. In 2015, she turned her focus to teaching as a Clinical Associate Professor in Texas State University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program with responsibilities in Orthopaedics and Therapeutic Interventions. In 2017, Dr. Rich was recognized with the Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching for the Department of Physical Therapy and the College of Health Professions. Her research agenda focuses on the identification of movement system dysfunction and impairment-based intervention.
Set your pace of learning and apply these skills as you progress through the information.
The masterclass will be broken down into manageable sessions so you have time to work through the material, digest it, review it, and apply it. Got a burning question? Ask the instructors during the live, one-hour coaching call on Friday! If you can't make it to the live sessions, you can access the content at any time once the recordings are uploaded.
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