Inger Brueckner PT has been treating vestibular patients since 1994. In 2003 she passed the Emory University Vestibular Competency Course and began teaching vestibular rehabilitation. She developed and is the director of the PACER (Progressive Acute Concussion Exertional Rehabilitation) program for the Center for Concussion of the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. She graduated from University of California at Davis with a BS in Physiology in 1991 and Boston University with a MSPT in 1993. She has worked in many settings and sees both adult and pediatric patients. She presented a poster on PACER outcomes at the APTA CSM in 2016. She has provided instruction to physicians, athletic trainers as well as physical and occupational therapy participants and recognizes the need to modify traditional vestibular therapy approaches for the pediatric population.
Amputee Rehabilitation Across the Continuum of Care using Evidence Based Practice
Vestibular Rehabilitation for the School-Aged Child and Adolescent
"After taking this course I now feel more prepared and confident to work with patients with limb loss." - E Montoya, PT
"Very clear that Inger is a very dedicated to excellence in patient care. Course manual very thorough and numerous patient slides were helpful and entertaining." - R Young, OT