March 28, 2021

Advanced Vestibular Management with Leigh McGarvie & Andrew Chang – Registration Form

FULLY SUBSCRIBED – Please email to go on waitlist

Vestibular Courses are excited to announce Advanced Vestibular Management (AVM) in an exciting new format. We have expanded to two days and providing an assessment focus on day one and rehabilitation on day two.

Click here to download registration form:

Guest Speaker Information:

Leigh McGarvie is a leading authority in vestibular diagnostics with over 65 publications in the field. Participants will enjoy a deep dive into vestibular anatomy & physiology with hands-on supervised practice of the Video Head Impulse Test and Suppression Head Impulse Paradigm; followed by an extended Q&A (because we all have that tricky case!) 

Dr Andrew Chang is a Brisbane-based Otologist/ENT Surgeon with a wealth of experience in treating vestibular conditions. Andrew will bring a surgeon’s perspective to vestibular conditions, providing insight into differential diagnosis of less common conditions including autoimmune conditions, Meniere’s Disease and Superior Semicircular canal Dehiscence. 

Advanced Vestibular Management

Date: 29th & 30th May, 2021

Location: Bond Institute of Health and Sport, Robina, Queensland

Cost: Day 1 only $450 (inc GST); Day 2 $350 (inc GST); Both days $700 (inc GST)


Places are limited!

2 Comments on “Advanced Vestibular Management with Leigh McGarvie & Andrew Chang – Registration Form

Sandra Kay
March 28, 2021 at 4:36 am

Hi Leah, I’m interested in attending. It would be great to have more information on what’s covered on day 2 to inform my decision on attendance for whole weekend. Cheers!

March 28, 2021 at 12:46 pm

Hi Sandra, lovely to hear from you. Day 2 has a split focus. The first half of the day is looking at optimising rehabilitation with focus on driving neuroplasticity in the vestibular system. Natalie will be breaking down the factors that drive motor learning in VRBT, as well as discussing behavioural interventions commonly used in PPPD and vestibular migraine. The second half of the day will be complex case studies which involves complex differential diagnosis followed by development of optimal treatment programs. The case reviews are from our recent clinical experience and will be a good opportunity to brainstorm on a more advanced level with our esteemed vestibular colleagues. I hope that helps and look forward to seeing you at some stage 🙂


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