Diagnosis & Treatment of Cervical Vertigo C D

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$150.00/Participant
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Rochester Center
1100 South Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14620
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Deadline for Registration is December 30, 2010
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Diagnosis & Treatment of Cervical Vertigo Registration Form
Diagnosis & Treatment of
Cervical Vertigo
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will focus on the pathophysiology, diagnosis
and treatment of cervical dizziness and disequilibrium.
Lectures will cover current theories and evidence regarding
types of cervical dizziness. Lab sections will allow participants to perform recommended clinical assessment and
intervention strategies. This course is designed for the outpatient physical therapist and a basic knowledge of common vestibular disorders is beneficial but not required.
Directions to Ithaca College Rochester
Center at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity
PROGRAM ITINERARY
Saturday, January 22, 2011
8:30 – 9:15
9:15 – 9:45
9:45 – 10:00
10:00 - 11:00
11:00 – 12:00
12:00 – 1:00
1:00 – 2:15
2:15 – 3:15
3:15 - 3:30
3:30-4:30
4:30-5:30
Lecture: Etiology and Diagnosis of
common Vestibular Disorders
Lab: Vestibular Diagnostic Testing
Break
Lecture: Cervical Vascular Insufficiency
Lab: Diagnosing Cervical
Arterial Dysfunction
Lunch
Lecture: Musculoskeletal and
Neurological Origins of Cervical
Dizziness
Lab: Differentiating Vestibular and
Cervical Dizziness
Break
Lecture: Whiplash
Lab: Intervention Strategies for
Cervical Dizziness
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should
contact Mary Kurtz at [email protected] or 585-340-9610.
We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon
as possible.
We are pleased to announce that Ithaca College Department of Physical
Therapy has received approval from the New York State Education
Department as a sponsor of continuing education for physical
FROM BUFFALO AND THE WEST VIA I-90:
EXIT 47 TO 490E
(EXIT AT GOODMAN ST. TURN RIGHT)
FROM SYRACUSE AND THE EAST VIA I-90:
EXIT 45 TO 490W
(EXIT AT GOODMAN ST., TURN LEFT)
FROM 490:
TAKE THE GOODMAN ST. EXIT AND HEAD SOUTH TO 1100 SOUTH
GOODMAN ST. The driveway to CRCDS is on the left across from the
entrance to Highland park.
Ithaca College’s Rochester Center is located in Strong Hall,
first building on the right as you come up the hill.
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Discuss the current guiding theories and
state of the research regarding forms of cervical dizziness.
Demonstrate a differential diagnostic strategy to determine the likelihood of a cervical
dizziness diagnosis
Evaluate treatment options and implement
treatment progression for individuals with
cervical dizziness.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This course is designed for the outpatient physical therapist. A basic knowledge of common
vestibular disorders is beneficial but not required.
Ithaca College
Frank DiLiberto PT, MS, OCS, FAAOMPT
has practiced outpatient orthopedic
physical therapy for eight years. He
is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist and completed a fellowship in orthopedic manual
physical therapy at the University
of Illinois at Chicago. Frank began
specializing in dizziness in 2003 after receiving a
certification for vestibular rehabilitation through
the APTA. He has attended multiple continuing
education workshops on vestibular rehabilitation
and guest lectured at the University of Illinois at
Chicago department of Physical Therapy and the
Chicagoland OMPT meetings on cervical dizziness and vascular insufficiency. Prior to beginning a PhD program at the University of
Rochester last fall, he worked with Dr. Tim Hain
at Chicago Dizziness and Hearing which allowed
Frank to obtain further training and focus on cervical dizziness.
Rochester Center
1100 South Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14620
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Ithaca College
School of Health Sciences and
Human Performance
Post Professional Education Program
Diagnosis & Treatment
of Cervical Vertigo
Frank DiLiberto, PT, MS, OCS, FAAOMPT
Ithaca College - Rochester Center
Saturday January 22, 2011
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
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