Adventures in Cervicogenic Dizziness: Treatment

Sensorimotor Function and Dizziness in Neck Pain: Implications for Assessment and Management as originally seen in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy Now for the fun part: treatment! The treatment strategies fall into 5 categories: general therex, head-neck awareness exercises, oculomotor exercises, movement control exercises and postural stability-balance training. Here is where those … Continue reading Adventures in Cervicogenic Dizziness: Treatment

CCU Alert! Evidence in Action: A Comprehensive Management of Balance Impairments and Falls

Who: PTs, PTAs What: Evidence in Action: A Comprehensive Management of Balance Impairments and Falls When: May 5, 2018 Where: MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Tx Why: At the conclusion of this course, a participant should be able to: Identify the unique and diverse systemic and local effects of cancer and its treatment that impact balance … Continue reading CCU Alert! Evidence in Action: A Comprehensive Management of Balance Impairments and Falls

Adventures in Cervicogenic Dizziness: Assessment

Sensorimotor Function and Dizziness in Neck Pain: Implications for Assessment and Management as originally seen in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy This article review will also be accompanied by a case study! I had a patient present with cervicogenic dizziness. Having literally ZERO experience with it– just brief 5 minute overviews in … Continue reading Adventures in Cervicogenic Dizziness: Assessment

CCU Alert! Balance and Motor Control– Theory and Clinical Reasoning

Who: Physical Therapists What: Balance and Motor Control– Theory and Clinical Reasoning When and Where: 2 course currently scheduled for 2018, 1 in the work… maybe you’d like to host another? April 21-22 in Manchester, UK at Manchester Neurotherapy Centre April 28-29 in London, UK at Queen Mary’s Hospital May 26-27 in Brisbane, Australia at … Continue reading CCU Alert! Balance and Motor Control– Theory and Clinical Reasoning