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AAA 2018: Importance of Vestibular/Balance Evaluation in Sport-Related Concussion Management (0.1 CEUs)

AAA 2018: Importance of Vestibular/Balance Evaluation in Sport-Related Concussion Management (0.1 CEUs)

Presented by Jamie Bogle, AuD, PhD

CEUs: 0.1

Instructional Level: Intermediate

Dizziness and imbalance are commonly reported symptoms after sport-related concussion, lasting upwards of 30 days or more post injury.  This presentation will describe the most commonly noted abnormalities in the vestibular/balance laboratory following sport-related concussion by providing up-to-date diagnostic data for children and young adults with recent injury.  Additionally, this presentation will provide the audiologist with an understanding of concussion presentation in the vestibular/balance laboratory and provide a diagnostic protocol for appropriate evaluation of these complex patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify an appropriate balance protocol for patients following sport-related concussion.
  • Define the importance of evaluating the functional impact of sport-related concussion on the vestibulo-ocular reflex.
  • List common oculomotor abnormalities noted in patients following acute sport-related concussion.

Jamie Bogle

Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic Arizona

Jamie M. Bogle, Au.D., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Audiologist within the Division of Audiology at Mayo Clinic Arizona. Her primary role is to work within an interdisciplinary team to evaluate and rehabilitate children and adults with dizziness and imbalance. Dr. Bogle completed her clinical and research training at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Mayo Clinic Florida. Her research centers on developing sensitive and objective tests for traumatic brain injury-related vestibular disorders within the clinical setting, as well as sports-related concussion sideline screenings. Additional areas of interest include improving diagnostic sensitivity for patients with vestibular migraine and exploring pediatric vestibular diagnostic techniques.


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