Journal Club- Challenges with Persistent Dizziness (April 2023)
April 12 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Join Co-Founder Dr. Helena Esmonde PT, DPT, NCS and Dr. Richard Clendaniel, PT, PhD as they discuss and take live questions about the topic of challenges that arise with persistent dizziness.
Dr. Clendaniel is an assistant professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Duke University Medical Center. He maintains an active practice treating patients with vestibular disorders and regularly teaches courses and speaks on vestibular topics both nationally and internationally. He received his MS in Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He was a clinician and faculty member at UAB for several years before receiving his Ph.D., in Behavioral Neuroscience (Department of Psychology) from UAB. He completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship in neuro-otology with Susan Herdman, Ph.D., PT. Prior to joining the faculty at Duke, he was on faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology -Head and Neck Surgery, where he was director of the Vestibular Rehabilitation program.
Self-Reported Measures Have a Stronger Association With Dizziness-Related Handicap Compared With Physical Tests in Persons With Persistent Dizziness
Lene Kristiansen, Liv H. Magnussen, Kjersti T. Wilhelmsen, Silje Maeland, Stein Helge G. Nordahl, Anders Hovland, Richard Clendaniel, Eleanor Boyle and Birgit Juul-Kristensen
Kristiansen, L., Magnussen, L. H., Wilhelmsen, K. T., Maeland, S., Nordahl, S. H., Hovland, A., Clendaniel, R., Boyle, E., & Juul-Kristensen, B. (2022). Self-reported measures have a stronger association with dizziness-related handicap compared with physical tests in persons with persistent dizziness. Frontiers in Neurology, 13. https://doi.org/10.3389/fneur.2022.850986
February 15 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST
March 15 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
May 17 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm EDT