1. Vestibular and Ocular Rehabilitation

Vestibular and ocular impairment has been shown to present frequently in concussion populations, yet often goes undiagnosed and unmanaged. This course offers an in-depth review of vestibular and ocular screening/assessment techniques for the medical-rehab professional that goes beyond our Level 1 course concepts. We present the available research on vestibular-oculomotor dysfunction in concussion and post-concussion syndrome and offer advanced rehabilitative strategies to match clinical assessment findings. In addition, we will cover concepts in exercise and autonomic dysregulation in concussion and provide strategies to improve clinical outcomes in this population. This is a hands-on course with plenty of opportunity for practical breakaway and group case discussion.

This information is applicable for those who work with athletes and sport-related concussion as well as those working with the general population and non-sport-related concussion.

*This program was designed to build upon the foundation of the Level 1 concepts and it is recommended that healthcare providers complete Level 1 "Best Practices in Concussion Management" prior to attending this course stream.*

This in-person and interactive course is eligible for most CE credit programs for 12 hours of training and spans two full days (Friday-Saturday). 

Please note that due to the current COVID-19 pandemic Shift will be postponing all live courses into the 2021 calendar year - dates TBA. Stay tuned for more news on resumption of our live courses - and safe everyone!

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Course Fee

  • $600.00 +HST

Course Length

  • 2 Days
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2. Topics in Complex Case Management

This course section, day 3 of the live seminar, offers an in-depth review of the literature on cervicogenic contributions to concussion symptoms and post-concussion syndrome. We review important clinical tests for the rehab professional’s “toolbox” and offer practical and ready-to-use treatment techniques that we have found effective in this population. As well, we will review complex case management topics such as persistent post-traumatic headache, psychological sequelae, and cognitive fatigue in post-concussion syndrome. In this course section we emphasize strategies for seeking out interdisciplinary collaboration and offer information on making appropriate referrals for complex care needs. There is significant focus on case discussion to help attendees navigate a wide variety of clinical scenarios and feel better equipped to manage persistent cases. This course is best taken after completion of “Vestibular and Ocular Rehabilitation Methods in Concussion (Day 1 and 2).” 

This information is applicable for those who work with athletes and sport-related concussion as well as those working with the general population and non-sport-related concussion. 

*This program was designed to build upon the foundation of the Level 1 course program and it is recommended that clinicians complete "Best Practices in Concussion Management" prior to attending any of the Level 2 courses.*

This in-person and interactive course is eligible for most CE credit programs for 5 hours of training and spans one full day (Sunday). 

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Course Fee

  • $350.00 +HST

Course Length

  • 1 Day
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