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APTA Vestibular SIG Podcast: Supported by the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy

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APTA Vestibular SIG Podcast: Supported by the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy

APTA Vestibular SIG Podcast: Supported by the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy

APTA Vestibular SIG Podcast

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Vestibular Physical Therapy podcast for PT’s, PTA’s, students and the public

Latest Episodes

Vestibular Function and Testing

Doctor AlainaBassett, AuD., PhD., CCC-A and Doctor Jessie Patterson, AuD., PhD., CCC-A join host Nikki DiSalvio, PT DPT, MS to discuss the function of the vestibular system and vestibular diagnostic testing. This podcast will review the role of audiologists in vestibular testing and how clinicians can utilize the results from vestibular testing to guide their clinical practice.

49 MIN2 weeks ago
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Vestibular Function and Testing

Causes and Characteristics of Visually Induced Motion Sickness

Motion or travel sickness is as old as the various types of motion that cause it. "Visually Induced Motion Sickness (VIMS) is a sensation very similar to traditional motion sickness, with the difference being that physical movement is usually limited or absent during VIMS" ( Keshavarz, 2014) In today'sshow, host Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr Beharang Keshavarz, PhD an eminent scientist to share his expertise in causes and characteristics of Visually Induced Motion Sickness. Dr. Keshavarz, a Scientist at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute–University Health Network and an adjunct professor at the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. He received his PhD in cognitive and experimental psychology from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. Dr. Keshavarz’s research focuses on human perception and performance in virtual environments, with particular emphasis on preventing adverse effects such as nausea and disorientation related tovisually induced motion sickness. In addition, his research explores the neurocognitive and behavioral aspects of self-motion perception (vection) in virtual reality applications and investigates methods to increase driving safety in younger and older drivers. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-groups/special-interest-groups-sign-up

31 MINAUG 15
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Causes and Characteristics of Visually Induced Motion Sickness

Implication of vestibular input to the hippocampus on vestibular rehabilitation

A steady accumulation of evidence suggests that vestibular lesions not just effect oculomotor and postural reflexes in humans but also may lead to cognitive deficits Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr. Paul Smith, PhD, Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, to discuss the implications of vestibular input to the hippocampus onvestibular rehabilitation. Professor Smith completed his PhD in vestibular neuroscience under the supervision of Ian Curthoys at the University of Sydney, in 1987. Following his Post-Doctoral research at the University of Sydney, he moved to Dunedin in New Zealand. In 1997 he became an Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Otago Medical School, where he was made a full Professor in 1999. In 2004 he returned to Massey University as a part-time, extramural student, to re-train in Statistics and in 2013 graduated with ...

35 MINAUG 9
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Implication of vestibular input to the hippocampus on vestibular rehabilitation

Vision Therapy

Host Ethan Hood, PT, DPT talks withNathan W. Steinhafel, MS, OD, FAAO,Director of TBI Vision Services atArmstrong Eye Care Associates in Pittsburgh, PA about what vision therapy is and the role of vision therapy in treating patients with neurological pathology like concussion.

36 MINAUG 7
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Vision Therapy

Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation Techniques and Technologies

Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byMajor. Carrie Hoppes, PT, PhD, NCS, OCS. CSCS, ATC. Major Hoppes is an Active Duty Army Physical Therapist and the Deputy Director of the Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy. Major Hoppes graduated from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania in 2003 and the U.S. Army Baylor-University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy is 2006. She completed her PhD in Rehabilitation Science in 2017 at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Hoppes is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in both Neurologic and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She has served as the Chief of Inpatient Physical Therapy at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, National Naval Medical Center – Bethesda, and San Antonio Military Medical Center. She has also served as the Chief of Amputee Physical Therapy at the Military Advanced Training Center and as the Officer in Charge of Physical Therapy at the Center for the Intrepid. In 2007-2008, she served in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in Taji, Iraq. Currently her research focuses on functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) and falls. In thisepisodewe discussvarious advances in rehabilitation and techniques in vestibular rehabilitation including assessment and treatments. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-groups/special-interest-groups-sign-up

34 MINJUL 24
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Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation Techniques and Technologies

Cerebellar dizziness : Assessment and Treatment

Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr. Andreas Zwergal, MD, PhD, an associate professor at Department of Neurology and German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders at University of Munich, Germany to discuss cerebellar dizziness - assessment and treatment interventions. Dr Zwergalobtained hisMD in 2006 from Technical University Munich and further a PhD in Molecular Biology from the same University. He is a board certified Neurologist and holds certification in Intensive Care Medicine.His clinical expertise includes Clinical Neurology, Neurootology,Neurophysiology, Movement Disorders, Neuromodulation and Multimodal Imaging ( Humans/ Animals). Dr Zwergal is an eminent neurologist and has won multiple awards including EFNS award for young researcher, EAN European researcher award, Barany Society young investigator award. He holds multiple memberships including DGKN, DGN, EAN, MDS, Barany Society. Furthermore, he is speaker for European Research Network DIZZYNET and deputy speaker for DSGZ. His interests include neuronal plasticity, neurological network disorders, non invasive neuromodulation, Translational Research, Rare Disorders, Movement Disorders, and Balance Disorders.

31 MINJUL 4
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Cerebellar dizziness : Assessment and Treatment

Atypical BPPV: Differentiating between Apogeotropic Posterior Canal and Anterior

Puja Agarwal, PT, DPT, MHA is joined by Dr. Janet Helmisnki, PT, PhD to discuss atypical BPPV and its biomechanics, apogeotropic nystagmus, differential diagnosis and interventions. Janet O. Helminski, PT, PhD, Professor of Physical Therapy, Midwestern University and a physical therapist Midwestern University Multispecialty Clinic. She received her PhD from Northwestern University’s Institute for Neuroscience. Her clinical focus is treating atypical BPPV and uncompensated peripheral vestibular hypofunction. Her current research includes differential diagnosis of atypical BPPV, acquired vertical diplopia, and acute vestibular syndrome in the emergency department. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-groups/special-interest-groups-sign-up

33 MINMAY 3
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Atypical BPPV: Differentiating between Apogeotropic Posterior Canal and Anterior

Visually Induced Dizziness : Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques

Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr. Marousa Pavlou, asenior lecturer in Physiotherapy at King's College London,in this episode to discussthe assessment and rehabilitation ofpeople with visually induced dizziness. Dr Pavlouobtained her PhD from Imperial College London.Her research and clinical practice focuses on the assessment and rehabilitation of balance, primarily in adults and children with vestibular disorders,and older adults who have fallen or are at risk of falling.Her current research interests focus on dual-task functional gait, cognitive function and rehabilitation in persons with a vestibular disorder, group-based multisensory rehabilitation in older adults, the use of holograms as a virtual physical therapist for home-based training, and comparison of low cost optokinetic stimulation rehabilitation tools for treatment of visual induced dizziness. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-grou...

28 MINAPR 19
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Visually Induced Dizziness : Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques

Skew Deviation: Importance and connection to vestibular rehabilitation.

Puja Agarwal, PT, DPT is joined by Daniel R. Gold, D.O. in a discussion on skew deviation, its definition, identification and pertienence to Vestibular Rehabilitation. Dr. Gold is an Assistant Professor of Neurology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Emergency Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

33 MINJAN 29
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Skew Deviation: Importance and connection to vestibular rehabilitation.

Telehealth in Vestibular Rehabilitation

Host Maureen Clancy PT, DPT, OCS is joined by Sarah Gallagher PT, DPT, NCS and Sara Oxborough PT in a discussion on the use of telehealth in vestibular rehabilitation. They discuss who is appropriate for this treatment and thebenefits and challenges associated with treating in this manner.

38 MIN2018 DEC 21
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Telehealth in Vestibular Rehabilitation

Latest Episodes

Vestibular Function and Testing

Doctor AlainaBassett, AuD., PhD., CCC-A and Doctor Jessie Patterson, AuD., PhD., CCC-A join host Nikki DiSalvio, PT DPT, MS to discuss the function of the vestibular system and vestibular diagnostic testing. This podcast will review the role of audiologists in vestibular testing and how clinicians can utilize the results from vestibular testing to guide their clinical practice.

49 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Vestibular Function and Testing

Causes and Characteristics of Visually Induced Motion Sickness

Motion or travel sickness is as old as the various types of motion that cause it. "Visually Induced Motion Sickness (VIMS) is a sensation very similar to traditional motion sickness, with the difference being that physical movement is usually limited or absent during VIMS" ( Keshavarz, 2014) In today'sshow, host Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr Beharang Keshavarz, PhD an eminent scientist to share his expertise in causes and characteristics of Visually Induced Motion Sickness. Dr. Keshavarz, a Scientist at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute–University Health Network and an adjunct professor at the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. He received his PhD in cognitive and experimental psychology from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. Dr. Keshavarz’s research focuses on human perception and performance in virtual environments, with particular emphasis on preventing adverse effects such as nausea and disorientation related tovisually induced motion sickness. In addition, his research explores the neurocognitive and behavioral aspects of self-motion perception (vection) in virtual reality applications and investigates methods to increase driving safety in younger and older drivers. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-groups/special-interest-groups-sign-up

31 MINAUG 15
Comments
Causes and Characteristics of Visually Induced Motion Sickness

Implication of vestibular input to the hippocampus on vestibular rehabilitation

A steady accumulation of evidence suggests that vestibular lesions not just effect oculomotor and postural reflexes in humans but also may lead to cognitive deficits Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr. Paul Smith, PhD, Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, to discuss the implications of vestibular input to the hippocampus onvestibular rehabilitation. Professor Smith completed his PhD in vestibular neuroscience under the supervision of Ian Curthoys at the University of Sydney, in 1987. Following his Post-Doctoral research at the University of Sydney, he moved to Dunedin in New Zealand. In 1997 he became an Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Otago Medical School, where he was made a full Professor in 1999. In 2004 he returned to Massey University as a part-time, extramural student, to re-train in Statistics and in 2013 graduated with ...

35 MINAUG 9
Comments
Implication of vestibular input to the hippocampus on vestibular rehabilitation

Vision Therapy

Host Ethan Hood, PT, DPT talks withNathan W. Steinhafel, MS, OD, FAAO,Director of TBI Vision Services atArmstrong Eye Care Associates in Pittsburgh, PA about what vision therapy is and the role of vision therapy in treating patients with neurological pathology like concussion.

36 MINAUG 7
Comments
Vision Therapy

Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation Techniques and Technologies

Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byMajor. Carrie Hoppes, PT, PhD, NCS, OCS. CSCS, ATC. Major Hoppes is an Active Duty Army Physical Therapist and the Deputy Director of the Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy. Major Hoppes graduated from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania in 2003 and the U.S. Army Baylor-University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy is 2006. She completed her PhD in Rehabilitation Science in 2017 at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Hoppes is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in both Neurologic and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She has served as the Chief of Inpatient Physical Therapy at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, National Naval Medical Center – Bethesda, and San Antonio Military Medical Center. She has also served as the Chief of Amputee Physical Therapy at the Military Advanced Training Center and as the Officer in Charge of Physical Therapy at the Center for the Intrepid. In 2007-2008, she served in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in Taji, Iraq. Currently her research focuses on functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) and falls. In thisepisodewe discussvarious advances in rehabilitation and techniques in vestibular rehabilitation including assessment and treatments. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-groups/special-interest-groups-sign-up

34 MINJUL 24
Comments
Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation Techniques and Technologies

Cerebellar dizziness : Assessment and Treatment

Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr. Andreas Zwergal, MD, PhD, an associate professor at Department of Neurology and German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders at University of Munich, Germany to discuss cerebellar dizziness - assessment and treatment interventions. Dr Zwergalobtained hisMD in 2006 from Technical University Munich and further a PhD in Molecular Biology from the same University. He is a board certified Neurologist and holds certification in Intensive Care Medicine.His clinical expertise includes Clinical Neurology, Neurootology,Neurophysiology, Movement Disorders, Neuromodulation and Multimodal Imaging ( Humans/ Animals). Dr Zwergal is an eminent neurologist and has won multiple awards including EFNS award for young researcher, EAN European researcher award, Barany Society young investigator award. He holds multiple memberships including DGKN, DGN, EAN, MDS, Barany Society. Furthermore, he is speaker for European Research Network DIZZYNET and deputy speaker for DSGZ. His interests include neuronal plasticity, neurological network disorders, non invasive neuromodulation, Translational Research, Rare Disorders, Movement Disorders, and Balance Disorders.

31 MINJUL 4
Comments
Cerebellar dizziness : Assessment and Treatment

Atypical BPPV: Differentiating between Apogeotropic Posterior Canal and Anterior

Puja Agarwal, PT, DPT, MHA is joined by Dr. Janet Helmisnki, PT, PhD to discuss atypical BPPV and its biomechanics, apogeotropic nystagmus, differential diagnosis and interventions. Janet O. Helminski, PT, PhD, Professor of Physical Therapy, Midwestern University and a physical therapist Midwestern University Multispecialty Clinic. She received her PhD from Northwestern University’s Institute for Neuroscience. Her clinical focus is treating atypical BPPV and uncompensated peripheral vestibular hypofunction. Her current research includes differential diagnosis of atypical BPPV, acquired vertical diplopia, and acute vestibular syndrome in the emergency department. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-groups/special-interest-groups-sign-up

33 MINMAY 3
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Atypical BPPV: Differentiating between Apogeotropic Posterior Canal and Anterior

Visually Induced Dizziness : Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques

Host Puneet Dhaliwal, PT,DPT, NCS is joined byDr. Marousa Pavlou, asenior lecturer in Physiotherapy at King's College London,in this episode to discussthe assessment and rehabilitation ofpeople with visually induced dizziness. Dr Pavlouobtained her PhD from Imperial College London.Her research and clinical practice focuses on the assessment and rehabilitation of balance, primarily in adults and children with vestibular disorders,and older adults who have fallen or are at risk of falling.Her current research interests focus on dual-task functional gait, cognitive function and rehabilitation in persons with a vestibular disorder, group-based multisensory rehabilitation in older adults, the use of holograms as a virtual physical therapist for home-based training, and comparison of low cost optokinetic stimulation rehabilitation tools for treatment of visual induced dizziness. To join the APTA Vestibular SIG please click on the following link:http://www.neuropt.org/special-interest-grou...

28 MINAPR 19
Comments
Visually Induced Dizziness : Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques

Skew Deviation: Importance and connection to vestibular rehabilitation.

Puja Agarwal, PT, DPT is joined by Daniel R. Gold, D.O. in a discussion on skew deviation, its definition, identification and pertienence to Vestibular Rehabilitation. Dr. Gold is an Assistant Professor of Neurology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Emergency Medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

33 MINJAN 29
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Skew Deviation: Importance and connection to vestibular rehabilitation.

Telehealth in Vestibular Rehabilitation

Host Maureen Clancy PT, DPT, OCS is joined by Sarah Gallagher PT, DPT, NCS and Sara Oxborough PT in a discussion on the use of telehealth in vestibular rehabilitation. They discuss who is appropriate for this treatment and thebenefits and challenges associated with treating in this manner.

38 MIN2018 DEC 21
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Telehealth in Vestibular Rehabilitation