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Introduction to VESTIBULAR Rehabilitation: Toronto, ON
May 23 @ 9:00 am - May 24 @ 5:00 pm$495
DUE TO THE UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THE COURSE MAY BE POSTPONED.
WE ARE REGRETTABLY UNABLE TO OFFER ANY REFUNDS AT THE PRESENT UNTIL APTEI IS BACK RUNNING.
Your full tuition will of course remain on credit with APTEI for any future course.
We sincerely apologize as this situation is well beyond our control. Thank you for your understanding and wishing you health until we see you again.
May 23-24, 2020
Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm
Instructor: Jenni Veneruz ; PT
This 2 day course will provide health care professionals with the appropriate knowledge and tools to identify patients with peripheral vestibular disorders, properly assess & provide effective, evidence based treatments.
1. Understand the anatomy & physiology of the inner ear and how it relates to peripheral vestibular disorders.
2. Complete a full vestibular assessment & understand appropriate outcome measures for this population.
3. Be able to identify “red flags” & know when to refer on.
4. Assess & treat different variations of BPPV.
5. Develop a comprehensive vestibular rehabilitation program & understand appropriate progressions for patients with unilateral & bilateral vestibular loss.
GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
Tax Receipts provided on course date
ABOUT the INSTRUCTOR
Jenni Veneruz graduated from the University of Toronto in 1995. She has worked in both hospital and private clinic settings. Jenni started InFocus Rehabilitation as a homecare company in 2007, exclusively assessing and treating patients with vestibular impairments. She opened her clinic in 2011 where she continues to treat this population. Jenni has successfully treated over 2000 clients with inner ear disorders and is well respected by area physicians and specialists.
Jenni has trained with Susan Herdman and was certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation at Emory University in Atlanta. She has a passion for treating people with vestibular impairments and recognizes a need for further educating our health professionals in this area.