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Hi, I'm Julie, just one of many neuro PTs whose practice has changed because of the otolith.....
Streamline your skills with these 7 novel assessments
- When your usual vestibular exam doesn't get to the bottom of things
- What to listen for in the subjective examination
- 7 novel assessments that therapists didn't learn in school
- Integrate sensation, otolith assessment and the autonomic nervous system with confidence
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Meet Jaimy Wahab, PT, DPT, NCS & Katherine Deines, PT, DPT, NCS
Jaimy is owner of the Balance and Neurologic Center of the Rockies and has been a Neurologic Clinical Specialist since 2007. She is affiliate faculty at Regis University since 2005 assisting in the neurologic thread. She received the Outstanding Affiliate Faculty Award, Regis University in 2019. She has participated in research related to somatosensory impairment in those with Parkinson’s Disease through Regis University’s physical therapy program. Additionally, she has been an invited speaker for many community and professional groups at the local, national, and international levels.
Katherine is Co-owner of STEP UP Physical Therapy in Denver, CO and is a Neurologic Clinical Specialist. She completed competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation 2002, at Emory University and has assisted in neurologic and vestibular coursework and labs for the University of Colorado physical therapy program. She has also participated in research related to somatosensory impairment in those with Parkinson’s Disease through Regis University’s physical therapy program and has published Physical Therapy Case Reports and Journal of Rheumatology. Lastly, Katherine has presented at APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting in platform and poster presentations.