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Vestibular Issues And Balance Disorders CEU Courses

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Vestibular Issues in Cochlear Implantation, presented in partnership with Salus University
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Presented by Jamie Bogle, AuD, PhD
Live WebinarWed, Oct 19, 2022 at 12:00 pm EDT
Course: #38068Level: Advanced1.5 Hours
Individuals with significant hearing loss may be at risk for reduced vestibular performance following cochlear implantation. This course discusses these risks and provides appropriate recommendations for diagnosis and management.

Addressing Fall Risk: PT, OT, and Audiology Assessment, presented in partnership with Salus University
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Presented by Bre Myers, AuD, PhD, Helena Esmonde, PT, DPT, NCS, Anna Grasso, OTD
Live WebinarWed, Nov 2, 2022 at 12:00 pm EDT
Course: #38098Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
Multidisciplinary assessment of individuals at risk of falls is crucial in identifying functional and diagnostic factors. This course identifies areas of collaboration and supportive information-sharing strategies between professions who commonly see individuals who fall and are likely to be injured due to a fall.

Addressing Fall Risk: PT, OT, and Audiology Intervention, presented in partnership with Salus University
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Presented by Bre Myers, AuD, PhD, Helena Esmonde, PT, DPT, NCS, Anna Grasso, OTD
Live WebinarWed, Nov 9, 2022 at 12:00 pm EST
Course: #38099Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
Multidisciplinary intervention of individuals at risk of falls and post-fall is crucial to effective rehabilitation and prevention of future falls. This course identifies areas of collaboration and supportive information-sharing strategies between professions who commonly see individuals who fall and are likely to be injured due to a fall.

Assessing Vestibular Dysfunction After Concussion
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Presented by Tonya Fuller, MSPT
Live WebinarFri, Nov 18, 2022 at 3:00 pm EST
Course: #38132Level: Introductory1 Hour
Dizziness is one of the most common symptoms after concussion, and audiologists are sometimes the first group to perform testing. This course will teach audiologists which tests may be performed, as well as the results, after concussion to determine vestibular system impairments.

20Q: Adding Vestibular-Balance Neurodiagnostics to Your Audiology Practice
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Presented by Richard E. Gans, PhD, CCC-A
Text/Transcript
Course: #37779Level: Introductory1 Hour
Why audiologists should include vestibular-balance neurodiagnostics in their practices, and considerations for getting starting such as selecting a test battery, establishing referral sources, training, and more.

Hearing Loss and the Vestibular System – What’s the Connection?
AudiologyOnline CEU courses
Presented by Devin L. McCaslin, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37268Level: Introductory1 Hour
There is emerging evidence that noise exposure and otologic disease can result in simultaneous dysfunction of both the cochlea and vestibular sensory organs. This webinar reviews the anatomical and physiological consequences of noise on both the cochlea and vestibular organs.

Applied Mental Health Strategies in Vestibular Rehab
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Presented by Marta Jensen, DPT, NCS
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37809Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course presents common mental health conditions that are frequently seen in patients with vestibular disorders. Learn about treatment strategies that can be easily applied clinically when anxiety or other mental health conditions interfere with treatment delivery/outcomes.

Vestibular Care for Diabetic Patients
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Presented by Melissa Newell, AuD
Recorded WebinarAudio
Course: #37736Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Vestibular dysfunction and significant fall risks are more prevalent in the diabetic population. Learn about the pathophysiology and epidemiology of diabetes to improve your understanding of the impact this disease can have on balance function.

Menière Disease and Vestibular Migraine: Two Disorders on the Spectrum?
INVENTIS • Audiology & Balance Equipment CEU courses
Presented by Roberto Teggi, MD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37626Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Menière Disease (MD) and Vestibular Migraine (VM) are the 2 most common causes of episodic vertigo. Diagnosis of both disorders is based on clinical history and on audiometric exam showing, in Menière Disease, sensorineural low-frequency hearing loss. At onset, differential diagnosis is often a puzzling dilemma, considering that around 50% of MD subjects also experience migraine, and VM patients, in many cases, report cochlear symptoms during attacks. Recent works propose that according to phenotypes and comorbidities, MD could be differentiated into subgroups, each presenting peculiarities for onset and evolution, MD with migraine among them. Other authors proposed a similar work for VM patients. In this webinar, Dr. R. Teggi examines clinical and etiological conditions commonly shared.

Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome: Clinical-Instrumental Aspects and Atypical Scenarios
INVENTIS • Audiology & Balance Equipment CEU courses
Presented by Andrea Castellucci, MD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37278Level: Advanced1.5 Hours
Besides typical symptoms and signs (including pulsatile tinnitus, hyperacusis, pressure/sound-induced torsional nystagmus, conductive hearing loss and lowered thresholds of air-conducted VEMPs) an analysis of the relevant literature reveals a certain clinical polymorphism induced by superior canal dehiscence (SCD). In addition to asymptomatic persons or subjects with SCD presenting exclusively with cochlear symptoms (only partly explained by the so-called “near-dehiscence syndrome”), SCD cases mainly presenting with atypical/refractory/recurrent positional vertigo and/or Meniere-like vertigo spells have been recently described. Moreover, if surgical occlusion of the superior canal (SC) results in symptoms control inducing a selective SC hypofunction, clinicians my sometimes accidentally detect a reduced SC VOR gain in asymptomatic patients with wide-sized dehiscence. These findings led authors to propose the occurrence either of a natural SC plugging (complete or incomplete) by middle fossa dura prolapsing into the canal lumen or a dispersion of mechanical energy through the dehiscence. Typical and atypical scenarios is presented. A subsample of patients from the personal series with a complete otoneurologic assessment (audiometry, VOG eye recording, air/bone-conducted cervical/ocular VEMPs, video head impulse test) is selected to explain these emerging theories on possible pathomechanisms.

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