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AudiologyNOW! 2017: Concussion-Diagnosis and Treatment of Balance Dysfunction and Dizziness: Update 2017 (0.2 CEUs)

Concussion-Diagnosis and Treatment of Balance Dysfunction and Dizziness: Update 2017 (0.2 CEUs)

Recorded: April 5, 2017

Presenters: Darren Kurtzer, AuD and Richard Gans, PhD

CEUs: 0.2

Duration: 2 hours

Instructional Level: Advanced

Learner Outcomes: Upon completion, each participant in the eAudiology Web seminar will be able to:

  1. Identify the variations of concussion (e.g. cortical vs. labyrinthine).
  2. Describe best practice protocols for evaluation of labyrinthine concussion.
  3. Implement appropriate cognitive-vestibular therapy protocols and return to activity (RTA) outcome measures.

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Head trauma through direct and indirect impact, blast or falls is gaining wide attention in the medical, military, neurology, pediatric and sports literature. Research has shown a wide variety of physical, behavioral, and cognitive impairments resulting in temporary and permanent damage. The scientific literature is evolving as are new strategies and protocols in the evaluation and management of concussion patients. The presentation will include case studies to demonstrate the evaluation, treatment and outcome status of both cortical and labyrinthine patients.

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