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Managing Visual-Vestibular Symptoms


The course will provide attendees with an approach to manage sensorimotor vision function and its contribution to a patient’s presenting vestibular symptoms. Vestibular symptoms may be solely consequent to a vestibular disorder, or they may be secondary to acquired neurological conditions, such as concussion (mild traumatic brain injury), moderate to severe traumatic brain injury, stroke, or encephalopathy, to name a few. For those with vestibular symptoms, which are exacerbated with eye/head movement and/or when in visually-stimulating environments, sequencing of approaches to manage the visual-vestibular symptoms will be presented relating to headache, light sensitivity, accommodation, vergence, smooth pursuit, and saccades.