- Jamie Miner
- 1 Hour 53 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Jul 31, 2020
Advance your skills and better understand how aging affects the vestibular system so your treatment plans can address this problem, including sensory reweighting. You’ll be able to recognize BPPV in the geriatric population and learn new modification options.
|Manual – Vestibular Disorders in an Aging Population (1.6 MB)||75 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Vestibular Rehab for Patients with Cognitive Declines
- Modify treatment to meet the needs of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease
- Instructions for motion sensitivity
- Inclusion of caregivers
Understanding Changes to the Vestibular System
- Otoconia and symptoms related to aging
- Changes in symptoms and presentation
Modify Treatment Programs for Elder Patients
- Changes in intensity
- Relationship to falls
- How to address falls risk with specific balance training
Jamie Miner, PT, DPT, GCS, provides specialized services to many SNFs. She has experience in home health, acute care, outpatient vestibular rehab and fall prevention, acute rehab, sub-acute rehab, and long-term care. Additionally, she serves as a clinical instructor to many doctoral physical therapy students and as an adjunct professor at Shenandoah University and Campbell University. Jamie graduated with a BS degree in PT from UNC Chapel Hill, a DPT from Shenandoah University and earned her vestibular certification at Emory University in March 2003.
Financial: Jamie Miner has an employment relationship with Rehabcare, Galloway Ridge Facility. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Shenandoah University. Ms. Miner receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Jamie Miner has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.