Education & Training

Education Programs / Courses Available

Each year, education seminars and courses are made available, such as the Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach to the Dizzy Patient.

Students experience and learn from internationally acclaimed professionals about medical, surgical, psychological, musculoskeletal (upper cervical and temporo-mandibular dysfunction) and vestibular rehabilitation and consider the evaluation, treatment, and management of the dizzy patient in the Australian context of health service delivery.

Multi-Disciplinary Integrated Team Approach to the Dizzy Patient

Education Programs / Previous Courses Completed

Multi-disciplinary Team Approach to the Dizzy and Vertiginous Patient | Certification Workshop Level 1. | 7 & 8 April 2016

Vestibular Training and Certification Workshop | 5-day full time Course in Adelaide | 2-6 March 2015

Foundations of Vestibular Rehabilitation: An Integrated Approach for Positive Functional Outcomes | 5-day full-time Course in Adelaide | 10-14 February 2014

Fact Sheets

Causes of Dizziness; Vertigo, dizziness, and disequilibrium are defined; common causes are explained.

Vestibular Disorders an Overview; Describes the function of the vestibular system and symptoms and causes of damage to it; defines specific types of vestibular disorders; and reviews common diagnostic tests and treatments.

How do I know if I have a balance disorder; Describes the difference between dizziness, vertigo, and disequilibrium. Suggests questions a person might ask to help him or her decide whether to seek medical help for a balance problem or dizzy spell.

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