Before we move on to lesson 4, I wanted to share with you a testimonial I received just yesterday from Elizabeth McQueary OTR/L, MOT, Patient Care Coordinator at Banner Sports Medicine and Concussion Specialists:
"I thought the Central-Peripheral Integration webinar was great. I enjoyed how informal it was and it really spoke to the level of the practitioners who were on the call. I even had an OT student present with me that day and she said she even learned some things that will help her study for her upcoming boards! I think the questions asked were relevant and pertinent to the content and I shared many of them. It’s always nice to have a little refresher about treatment methodology and theories because I think so often we get so stuck in our routines. This week, I worked with a patient who upon eval the week prior was suuuper sensitive when performing simple oculomotor activities (pursuits, saccades, NPC/pencil push-ups)- I worked with her on these things in supine, and she was like “wow that was so much easier and more comfortable!” So there you go, immediate, successful application!
And of course, I’m sure you get this all the time, but you are such a great presenter! You have a knack for saying things so clearly without talking in circles- if that makes sense. I literally wrote down things you said verbatim a couple of times. Great job!"
Thank you for your kind words, Elizabeth. These were some of the main goals in creating the V2FIT course... to give you immediate, successful application as well as a community to reach out to and get your questions answered!
Okay, now onto lesson 4. This lesson covers the recovery, exercises, therapy follow-up visit (12 days from initial visit), step 2 and home program.
CLICK HERE: Lesson 4
REMINDER: When this enrollment ends on May 8th, that's it! We have only 30 spots available. So, if you're ready, enroll here. Enroll by Friday, May 5th and save $524!
In case you missed it yesterday, we've got some awesome NEW BONUSES for anyone who enrolls in the V2FIT certification course!
New Bonus #1: Clinical Pathways/Trajectories for a Better, More Effective Treatment Course
In this course, you’ll learn how symptoms alone can help identify clinical profiles associated with concussion and determine the most appropriate treatment plan. Dr. DeAnn Fitzgerald explains how using the Post-Concussion Symptom Scale produced by ImPACT can provide clues into a variety of clinical trajectories to optimize treatment outcomes.
New Bonus #2: Dynamic Visual Acuity Course - What does it mean to you?
Due to how common vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) dysfunction can be following head trauma, it is highly recommended that the dynamic visual acuity (DVA) be performed as part of the clinical exam. The DVA can be performed in less than 1 minute to compare static vision to dynamic vision as well as identify if the test results in a provocation of symptoms. In this course, we will further discuss DVA and what it means to you.
New Bonus #3: Live V2FIT Hands-On Workshop
I have had many requests from our current V2FIT participants asking for a live hands-on workshop to review and observe vestibular & visual concussion management examination techniques in a true clinical setting. I am excited to announce that a live hands-on workshop is now included for FREE with your registration! The live course is optional.
New Bonus #4: V2FIT Launch Case Study eBook
Once you register for the V2FIT course, you will receive the Case Study eBook in its entirety. It will include all that was covered in the launch workshop as well as Steps 3 through 5.
Thank you for your time. I look forward to working with you!
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