Are you confused about what to incorporate into your initial evaluation? If so, you are probably asking questions such as: How do I know if visual and/or vestibular exercises are needed and if so, where would I find a good resource for visual exercises? How do I know if further referral is needed? You also might be asking: If VOMS is abnormal, do I need to be doing vestibular and visual rehab? Maybe the question you are asking is: How do I utilize information from the BESS test?
What other questions do you have about visual vestibular concussion rehab? We want to hear from you. Why? It is for the same reason you ask your patients so many questions about their symptoms, their lifestyle habits and their goals. The "more of a story than just a test result" you can obtain from your patients, the more customized and effective your treatment plan will be. Providing educational services is no different. These types of tools were developed into the V2FIT® Certification by Dr. Mary McMains-Beck, OD, MED, FCOVD and myself, 2 practicing clinicians who are committed to bridging the gap between research and clinical expertise.
Education should be transformational. The purpose of the V2FIT®Certification is not just to provide you information but to give you tools that will result in the most positive outcomes and be a part of your journey in becoming an expert in visual-vestibular therapy. With the V2FIT® Certification, you get video training where we take you through all the course material step-by-step. That means you also get live coaching sessions, community support, downloadable documents… including the V2FIT® symptom reporting tool, tests & measures, screening tools, sample vestibular exams, home programs, eye chart, case studies and clinical tests. You also get the V2FIT® KIT - a kit designed to help you implement what you have learned into your clinical practice. Click on the video below to watch me discuss the V2FIT® Certification in further detail and how it addresses the questions you may have about visual & vestibular concussion rehab.
Like I said earlier, we want to hear from you. Join myself and Dr. Beck for a live training call on Wednesday Oct. 21st at 11:00 am. Click here to register. Think about questions you have about visual vestibular concussion rehab. Ask us! We will answer them during the call. Thank you and see you on October 21st!
-Bridgett Wallace, PT DPT
P.S. If you cannot make the live training call, we will be recording it but you still have to register to view it! Thanks again.
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