Assessment & Management of the Dizzy Patient
Accredited Vestibular Course (2-days)
We make learning vestibular assessment easy & fun. In 2 days, we will ensure you are confident in assessing people presenting to your clinic with dizziness. Our extensive experience ensures we prioritize the most common clinical presentations of dizziness and allow you to assess, treat and refer promptly. We will work with you directly until you successfully complete our key competencies to ensure you are accredited. Like all B&MC course we focus on making learning fun and interactive with plenty of clinical reasoning of course! This course covers;
- What can cause dizziness?
- What are the most common presentations in general practice?
- Examination of the dizzy patient – assessed
- Assessment & treatment of Benign Positional Vertigo – assessed
- Principles of Vestibular Rehabilitation – assessed
- The Balance & Motor Control approach to clinical reasoning
Instructor – Associate Professor James McLoughlin
James is an experienced Neurological Physiotherapist with over 20 years’ experience with degrees in Physiotherapy (UniSA), Clinical Neuroscience (University College London), and a PhD (University of New South Wales). James is a clinical academic, combining clinical work and a part-time Associate Professor position at Flinders University. James has extensive clinical experience in both neurological and vestibular rehabilitation including as Clinical Specialist in Neurology at St Georges Hospital, London in 2003-2005 and Director at Advanced Neuro Rehab in Adelaide, 2006-2018. James is a teaching specialist in the areas of Stroke Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation in Degenerative Neurological Disorders, Clinical Neuroscience & Motor Control and Advanced Practice in Neurological Physiotherapy. James developed & runs the Neurological Physiotherapy Master’s program at Flinders that began in 2011. Since 2005, James has run over 50 local, national & international professional development courses in neurological or vestibular rehabilitation. James has research experience at the Sobell Department of Motor Neuroscience and Movement Disorders, Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London & has developed strong collaborations with Neuroscience Research Australia in Sydney, & the Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide. James is highly a highly respected clinician, with an excellent reputation as a dynamic clinical teacher.
On Saturday 1st December and Sunday 2nd December 9am to 4pm
- $770 (inc GST) per person. Includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea for both days.
Northern Beaches Rehabilitation
2/54 Glen St
Belrose NSW 2085
James McLoughlin 08 8363 0458 firstname.lastname@example.org
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