This course presents clear clinical guidelines to distinguish peripheral versus central vestibular disorders with exam forms and flow charts. The emphasis is on the role the cerebellum plays in brain function and how to identify cerebellum dysfunction and disease. This course provides a detailed review of metabolic, autoimmune, immunological, and vascular mechanisms that promote disease of the cerebellum. This course also provides a clear understanding of cerebellum dysfunction symptoms; examination findings throughout a detailed neurological exam; and treatment modalities involving neurological rehabilitation and dietary, nutritional, and lifestyle applications.
Central Vestibular Disorders and Cerebellum Disorders with Applications – 15 hours
- Review of central vestibular neurophysiology and anatomy
- Differential diagnosis of central vestibulopathy
- Treatment Applications for central vestibulopathy
- Case studies and workshop