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Peripheral Vestibular Hypofunction Clinical Practice Guideline

The Peripheral Vestibular Hypofunction Clinical Practice Guidelines provide treatment recommendations, based on current best evidence, to help physical therapists optimize rehabilitation outcomes for persons with peripheral vestibular hypofunction.

The Guidelines were published in the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy in April 2016. You can find the full article HERE.

CPG Resource Toolbox

The ANPT Knowledge Translation Task Force has put together a toolbox of resources to help physical therapists implement the Guidelines. CLICK ON THE LABELS on the tool box drawers to obtain these resources:


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Patient Ed
Patient Exercise
Patient HEP
Therapist Ed
KT Study
Online Educ

 To find a brief appraisal of the CPG (APTA membership login required), click here: CPG+.

Peripheral Vestibular Hypofunction Clinical Practice Guideline Work Group

Contact Person
Employer/Clinical background and expertise

Courtney Hall PT, PhD
Contact Lead

Professor, East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, TN
Sue Whitney PT, PhD, NCS, ATC
Professor, University of Pittsburgh, School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA
Susan Herdman PT, PhD, FAPTA
Professor Emeritus, Otolaryngology Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

 

Vestibular CPG Knowledge Translation Taskforce

Sara MacDowell PT, DPT (chair)
Elizabeth Dannenbaum PT, MS
Linda D'Silva, PT, PhD
Lisa Farrell, PT, PhD, ATC
Heidi Roth, PT, DHS, NCS
Karen M. Skop, PT, DPT
Julie Tilson, PT, DPT, MS, NCS

*Please use the Online form below to send feedbacks to the Peripheral Vestibular Hypofunction Clinical Practice Guideline Committee.

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