- Identify and treat posterior semicircular canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
- Begin to identify and treat horizontal semicircular canal BPPV.
- Identify what is not BPPV.
- Assess and treat dizziness caused by central vestibular pathologies- Mild TBI
- Identify and treat patients with vestibular dysfunction (loss) , including bilateral and unilateral vestibular dysfunction
- Revise the anatomy and physiology of the vestibular system
- Increase confidence in treating BPPV affecting the anterior and horizontal semi-circular canals, with the ability to choose from a greater choice of new repositioning manoeuvres
- Increase confidence & treatment ideas for TBI- identify visual issues and understand their importance. Identify patients who need specialist visual training and learn how to treat some visual issues as well as Cervico genic Dizziness
- Increase confidence in determining the direction of nystagmus on assessment, what the possible diagnosis is and what your treatment options are
- Better understand some of the commonly used diagnostic tests that are mentioned in the literature
- Be better able to consider a diagnosis of Persistent Postural and Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) and feel confident to use a range of treatment options
Tutors – Professional Bio
They have presented at and attended numerous conferences nationally and internationally.
Anne is involved in a number of research projects with published work in Journal of Clinical Neuroscience.
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Vestibular Rehabilitation New Zealand – Future Courses 2020