This two-day course provides an update update on the diagnosis and current treatment of vestibular and ocular motor disorders, including nystagmus.
This course is relevant for current and prospective users of rehabilitation chairs. ENT doctors and clinicians working with BPPV patients.On February 27 there will be an introduction day to BPPV and the TRV chair and its functionalities.
This day is divided into two parts. The first section is an opportunity to brush up your knowledge about BPPV with Prof. Måns Magnusson as your tutor, and the second part will allow you to practice diagnostic and repositioning maneuvers using the TRV chair under the experienced guidance of Dr. Thomas Richard Vitton, the inventor of the TRV chair.
On Februrary 28-29 the TRV workshop will take place, and this two-day workshop features live patient cases with hands-on assessment and treatment sessions. Members of the expert panel share their insights from years of practical TRV chair usage with highlights on BPPV subtypes, distinguishing identifiers and optimization of protocols. The implications and outcome of using repositioning chairs are addressed in the individual lectures as well as in the discussions during each live patient case.