Dizziness Differential Diagnosis - clues from the patient history

21 March 2018

Carlo Rinaudo headshotThe Clinical Neuroscience Australia group will host their next webinar on Dizziness Differential Diagnosis - clues from the patient history presented by Dr Carlo Rinaudo and will be held Wednesday 21 March 2018 at 8:30pm AEST.

Successful diagnosis starts with a thorough history. With over 33% of people over the age 40 experiencing dizziness related symptoms and dizziness being the number one reason why people over the age of 65 visit a GP, it's vital that as Chiropractors we can identify and manage patients with dizziness, vertigo and poor balance. An understanding of the basic vestibular neurophysiology and anatomy, along with a concise and directed history taking, will provide valuable information to guide you in the clinical judgement and managment for dizziness patients

Learning Outcomes

An algorithim approach to dizziness history taking will be discussed, aimed at guiding to you differentiate between a peripheral and central vestibular condition, as well as cervicogenic causes. Learn how to identify symptoms of BPPV, neuritis, vestibular migraine, Meniere's, vascular incidents, labyrinthitis, medication use and other dizziness causing conditions simply from a thorough history.


Title:    Dizziness Differential Diagnosis - Clues from the Patient History
Date:   Wednesday 21 March 2018
Time:   8:30pm to 9:30pm AEDT
Cost:   FREE for CCNA members and students
            CAA members $33
            Non CAA members $66

CPD:   1 hour formal learning