Identifying Vestibular Loss in Head and Brain Trauma

11oct4:00 pm5:00 pmIdentifying Vestibular Loss in Head and Brain TraumaJoin this eseminar with Amy Lennox-Bowley

Event Details

Course introduction:
Coming to terms with any head trauma can be a daunting and emotional experience. But when a patient has ongoing balance issues as a result, how do you —the clinician — identify and support these challenges?

This seminar will look at common vestibular injuries with associated mTBI and the mechanisms behind them, the complex nature and needs of these patients, and the possible test protocols and markers for certain assessment needs. Finally, there will be a focus on these patients’ specific counseling and vestibular rehabilitation needs and how clinicians can implement a patient-focused rehabilitation program.

Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this eseminar the participants will be able to:

  • Identify common vestibular disorders associated with head trauma and the mechanisms behind them.
  • Discuss the complex nature of a patient presenting with both a mTBI and vestibular disorders.
  • Review and evaluate vestibular assessment strangles and their usefulness.
  • Implement a dedicated and personal vestibular rehabilitation plan for this patient cohort.


Speakers for this event

  • Amy Lennox-Bowley

    Amy Lennox-Bowley

    MAudA BSc Hons DipHE

    Amy is the founder of Hypatia Specialist Clinics and Hypatia Training, which aims to help improve Vestibular care by providing innovative clinics and training for clinicians worldwide. She mentors and assists clinicians from a number of services, both NHS and private, including CHIME Social Enterprise, Audico Ireland, Burton-upon Trent NHS Hospital, and the Dizzy and Vertigo Institute of Los Angeles. Amy also lectures and supports universities, including Middlesex and Manchester.

    After completing a Bachelors in Audiology at the University of Manchester in 2009, Amy worked in the NHS until 2011, when she had the opportunity to emigrate to Australia. Here, she completed her Master’s equivalence and became Audiology lead in Queensland, looking after both public and private sector patients.

    In 2012, she joined Otometrics as Clinical Lead for Australia. She worked on research and development projects for the ICS Impulse and produced the interpretation guide for Head Impulse. Alongside working for Otometrics, she developed the “Vestibular Forum,” an online community for multidisciplinary clinicians, and regularly hosted vestibular and electrophysiology lectures at La Trobe and Flinders University.

    Amy is currently researching Visual Vertigo, otolith dysfunction, and vestibular injury in mTBI, has provided patients with innovative techniques to help relieve these symptoms, and is involved in a number of multi-center research projects.

    MAudA BSc Hons DipHE


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