BPPV: Case Studies (2/3)

Intermediate
10 - 30 mins
Video
09 February 2022

Description

This video is part 2 of 3 of the Interacoustics Webinar "Beyond 2D eye recordings - The importance of measuring torsion and dynamic head movements in the diagnosis and treatment of BPPV” In the second part of this webinar, Dr Michelle Petrak presents four case studies of suspected BPPV, explaining the clinical benefits of utilising torsional eye measurements and dynamic head movements to add diagnostic power to the test battery.

Presenter

Michelle Petrak
Michelle Petrak, Ph.D., is the Director of Clinical Audiology and Vestibular Research for Interacoustics. Her primary role is development and clinical validation of new technologies in the vestibular and balance areas. She is located in Chicago where she is a licensed private practice clinical audiologist at Northwest Speech and Hearing (NWSPH). Dr. Petrak received her doctorates in Electrophysiology (1992) and Biomolecular Electronics (1994) from Wayne State University and her Masters in Audiology in 1989. Her special areas of expertise include vestibular and balance assessments and management of the dizzy patient. Dr. Petrak is involved with new innovative product developments, clinical evaluations of new protocols, and publishing, teaching, and training on the management of patients with dizziness. She continues to lecture extensively nationally and internationally, and she has numerous articles published in the hearing industry journals. She also participates on the committees for several doctoral students as support for the research projects.

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