Calling all Therapists Treating Vestibular Patients

As we launch our new advanced vestibular rehab course and are currently developing new vestibular courses we would like to create an avenue for you to discuss any clinical challenges or tips with other colleagues and would like to know if you would find this beneficial?

We have an established pediatric community and therapists are benefiting from sharing relevant information,clinical challenges and solutions and tips.

We are looking to offer similar discussion groups for vestibular therapists, and value your input. 

  1. Do you regularly visit clinical discussion groups? If so which ones?
  2. Would you visit/contribute to a discussion group dedicated to vestibular rehab and therapy?
  3. Is there a particular format in which you would like to see the discussion group offered?
  4. How would this be most beneficial to your practice?

Please comment below or email me here with your comments and suggestions.

Thank you so much for any input as we strive to meet your needs.



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3 Responses to Calling all Therapists Treating Vestibular Patients

  1. Elizabeth Finn says:

    Richard Clendaniel is a great lecturer and I am ready for the more advanced course offered more locally (MA). I think a vestibular blog would be helpful. Tips for treating patients when you do not have access to Frenzel glasses or videotaping are needed.

  2. Mandy says:

    Hi Elizabeth, thank you for your response. We have had some great feedback and we are hoping to develop our vestibular blog in the near future.
    I also wanted to let you know that Richard will be teaching his Advanced Course in Wallingford, CT in January. We also have other dates that are yet to be placed at a venue.
    Hope this helps

  3. Jennifer Robbins says:

    I would participate in a blog. A case study format would be helpful.

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