Vestibular Rehabilitation – Part 2
WILLIAM F. HUBER, D. C., D. A. C. A. N., M. S. (R)
4 hours of Chiropractic Technique and/or Adjunctive Procedures
Vestibular Rehabilitation is an essential tool for the practicing Chiropractor. In this follow up series to the original Vertigo series, review and learn about the effectiveness and necessity for Vestibular Rehabilitation in the human population. Learn how the incidence of dysfunction in this system is directly related to falls, imbalance, injury, nausea and even cognitive deficits, and can be seen in as many as 70% of some groups! These are not anecdotes, by details discussion and explanations, including video direction of examination and treatment protocols for these patients. Learn how adjusting effects these systems, as well as when and where to do the most benefit. Specific treatment parameters, frequencies and guidelines are detailed that are known to provide beneficial assistance to these patients, and how this is essential for optimal function. Help prevent falls and injuries, and maximize the function of patients with simple inexpensive rehabilitative programs. Chiropractors are in a unique, excellent and premiere position to identify, treat and improve patient function, and learn how adjusting is essential for the maximum stability of the human, as well as when this is best utilized for a patient. This is a must for the practicing DC!
Hours 5 and 6
Oculomotor control and neuroanatomy of Vestibular structures.
Vestibulo—ocular function and clinical application.
Hours 7 and 8
Clinical Examination procedures. How to examine patients with disequilibrium and implications for Chiropractic.
Approved For Continuing Education Credit in Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri.
PACE courses are accepted for Continuing Education Credit by The State Boards of Alaska, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming. The State Board of Colorado does not pre-approve courses, but this class meets the criteria set forth by their respective boards.