CARRICK VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION offers an alternative protocol to the Chiropractic adjustment of the patient with vertigo. It is well acknowledged that the dizzy patient should be treated with special care by the Chiropractor.
If you live in Europe, then don't miss the Amsterdam Vestibular Rehabilitation Certification Program with Prof Carrick & Dr. Brock!
Diagnostic and treatment strategies for the dizzy patient as well as all patients with structural and postural pathologies are central to this dynamic team teaching certification program. Master the utilization of functional neurological techniques in your clinical practice and increase your ability to serve humankind.
The Park Hotel (4*) is rather expensive at €149 per night, but the Syphonony Hotel Paganini (3*) is just around the corner at €79 per night. Book directly with either hotel or via Booking.com
Vestibular Rehabilitation Part I: September 18-20, 2009
Vestibular Rehabilitation Part II: October 16-18, 2009
Vestibular Rehabilitation Part III: November 13-15, 2009
Book one month before each course and you will save yourself $100.
By August 17 for Part I.
Carrick seminars for Chiropractors don't come cheap, but then when you are dealing with the best Chiropractic neurology course in the world ... you're not expecting to find bargains, right? The bargain is in the top notch education we will be getting. Yes, I'm going too.
$ 600 for each part if you pay one month in advance. That's 12 patient consultation fees, half a morning in the clinic ...
27 minutes on luxury interliner 370 that takes you direct from Schiphol Airport to The Park Hotel.
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My practice has been immeasurably enriched since learning the Hallpike Dix Test and the Epley Manoeuvres. I now test every dizzy patient for an inner ear disturbance before adjusting them, and if the Hallpike Dix test is positive, I don't adjust them until it's negative, after repeatedly doing the Epleys.
I suspect it won't be long before any chiropractor who has not done a Hallpike Dix test on the dizzy patient will be considered guilty of negligence. I'm only sorry that I didn't know about it years ago.
Devastating strokes are extremely rare after a Chiropractic adjustment. If we were all to adhere to the CARRICK VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION protocol, I suspect that number would fall to virtually zero.