The Saint Louis University Program in Physical Therapy in the Doisy College of Health Sciences is a graduate program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. In the Jesuit traditions of the pursuit of truth, development of the whole person, and commitment to service and justice, our community – faculty, staff, and students – prepares doctors of physical therapy who provide reflective, person-centered care that is interprofessional and evidenced-based.
Cervicogenic Dizziness: An Evidence-based Competency Course
Cervicogenic Dizziness: An Evidence-based Competency Course - September 14-16, 2012
A Continuing Education Course on Saint Louis University’s campus featuring speaker Rob Landel
There will be a continuing education course offered on site here at Saint Louis University on Cervicogenic Dizziness. The course includes presenter Rob Landel from the University of Southern California who is a nationally and internationally known speaker on the topic of Cervicogenic Dizziness.
This course is intended for physical therapists with experience managing patients with dizziness who wish to improve their skill in differential diagnosis, manual examination and treatment of those patients whose dizziness has a cervicogenic component. The emphasis of this course will be on evidence-based practice, acquiring examination and treatment skills in lab sessions, and testing for competency in these skills.