The focus of this 2-day course is to present evidence from which physical therapists can develop a clinical framework to effectively manage patients in the acute phase of stroke recovery.
As research in neuroscience and neurorehabilitation evolves, clinicians are challenged to understand the latest advancements and how to apply them to clinical practice.
This course is designed to expand knowledge of complex vestibular
pathologies, improve clinical reasoning in differential diagnosis and
present innovative intervention strategies.
Just as the master carpenter must use precision measurement in
design and construction, so must the physical therapist be equipped
to craft intervention guided by precise, meaningful measurement.
Novices develop clinical competence and evolve into expert practitioners by making decisions that involve the complementary processes of systematic analysis and intuition.