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Self-paced Online Learning & Three-Day LIVE Hands-On Course
After attending AIB's 3 day Vestibular Rehabilitation course 3 years ago I knew I couldn't find a better institute to... read moreKayla R.2/23/2020
Getting ready for the 3rd and final day of Vestibular and Concussion certification course. My expectations have been far... read moreDaniel B.11/22/2019
They are amazing! There method of teaching is great. You will get personal attention with all your questions answered unlimited... read moreDeepali L.7/14/2019
I literally just finished the advanced vestibular and the vestibular/concussion workshops back to back— it’s been a busy couple weeks!... read moreRosanna M.6/29/2018
Loved coming to the vestibular rehab certification course for my second time! The presentation has changed and I observed much... read moreMoriah H.4/13/2018
I took the vestibular rehab course this past weekend and learned so much! Since being back in the clinic I... read moreMolly S.4/11/2018
I took the vestibular rehab course this past weekend and learned so much! Since being back in the clinic I... read moreMolly P.4/11/2018
I had the opportunity to attend a Vestibular Rehab Certification course offered by AIB in the Pittsburgh area and was... read moreCory S.4/08/2018
The Vestibular Rehab certification is one of the best courses I have ever taken. Instructors are excellent! Course organization and... read moreLaurie C.4/08/2018
It's absolutely fantastic course. This is my second time attending. They piloted a joint Vestibular and Concussion Certification course which... read moreRowena D.11/09/2017
After just the first day I learned so much that I know I will be able to apply to my... read moreTiffany Q.6/16/2017
After just the first day I learned so much that I know I will be able to apply to my... read moreTiffany Q.6/15/2017
I have learned a great deal of important diagnostic and data analysis that will tailor my treatment protocols to each... read moreDarrell M.6/08/2017
I am a PT and took the 3 day vestibular course in Clearwater in May. It was the best vestibular... read moreHollie K.6/07/2017
You know, I was talking to someone tonight who has vertigo, and it, of course, got me remembering and talking... read moreEdi W.6/01/2016
Vestibular Assessment and Management is AIB’s most comprehensive program, consisting of a complete look at the dizzy patient’s management both from a diagnostic and rehabilitation approach. Learn the full spectrum of care via evidence-based protocols and strategies designed to provide the clinician with the necessary tools to offer a more efficient and productive means of management for the chronic dizzy patient.
This combined 37-hour course consists of 12 hours of self-paced online content, followed by a three-day, 25- hour, live, hands-on course.
After completing the online component, participants will have the option to attend the live, three-day hands-on clinical competency course. The live component consists of 2-days of Vestibular Assessment, focusing on the diagnostic test battery, followed by a one-day course focusing on bedside evaluation, Vestibular Rehabilitation protocols, and the evaluation and treatment of BPPV.
- Describe the specifics and respective applications of the VNG, VHIT, VEMP, and Rotary Chair.
- Recognize the preferred examination administration and protocols of each test
- Compare the relative practical value of each test within a diagnostic efficiency and predictive value format.
- List the most effective and evidence-based management strategies based on test findings, including writing an accurate and concise Medical Report.
- Describe peripheral and central vestibular anatomy and physiology
- Explain the concept of central compensation and those factors affecting it
- Name the most common otologic and non-otologic conditions which may cause dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance
- Demonstrate the most sensitive bedside/clinical evaluation protocols which identify candidates for treatment and proper triage and management
- Differentiate vestibular test abnormalities that identify patients who are “appropriate” candidates for therapy.
- Use diagnosis-based strategies for designing and implementing a comprehensive vestibular rehabilitation program.
- Apply specific therapy protocols within individualized programs for patients.
- Select and perform the appropriate Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers for all forms of BPPV.
- Describe the relationship of the cervical spine in the management of the “dizzy” patient.
Audiologists, Physicians (MD, DO), Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners
*The American Institute of Balance proudly offers CEUs to both Physical Therapy Assistants (PTA) and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA) for the completion of workshops. Currently, certification is only offered to Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Audiologists, and Physicians secondary to state and practice guidelines.