August 26, 2016

Vestibular training is in high demand!

From our years of practice within public health, we are noticing an increasing expectation that physiotherapists can treat common vestibular presentations in the hospital setting – which is one reason for the increased demand for quality vestibular training courses.

Our vestibular training courses cater for all levels of expertise. Our highly popular 2-day introductory course, Vestibular Rehabilitation: An Introductory Course, has just sold out again after only two weeks advertising. This two day course covers the basics very well, because sometimes the basics… well, aren’t so basic! You finish this vestibular training course with a strong understanding of Unilateral Vestibular Hypofunction and BPPV.

For a more advanced clinician, we offer a one day Advanced BPPV Workshop, which is popular with rehabilitation, ED, musculoskeletal and community physiotherapists. Although many people wonder just how hard can BPPV, it isn’t until you are faced with an unusual horizontal canal BPPV cupulolithiasis that isn’t responding to treatment, you then start questioning what else you can do to achieve treatment success. We cover unusual BPPV types, as well well as complex case scenarios to take your understanding to the next level!

Another highly popular course is the Advanced Vestibular Topics (3Ms – Meniere’s, Migraine and Movement Disorders). This sold out very quickly, with quite a lengthy waitlist. We were blown away by the positive feedback received on this courese, so we will be running this course again in 2017. So be sure to visit our webpage regularly to keep up to date with future courses.

Alternatively, if you are interested in any of our courses and want to make sure you don’t miss out on our next course, email and ask to be put on our Vestibular Courses Contact List. We send an email out to everyone on our contact list as soon as registrations are open, providing an early opportunity to register.

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