PPPD Assessment and Treatment
Sign up here to catch the live or recorded mini course on 3PD!
Ever wonder how disorders like 3PD evolve? This mini course will discuss chronic nervous system changes and neuroplasticity gone awry and how to promote positive neuroplasticity. Another great ortho and neuro perspective.
We will discuss:
- The pathophysiology and how PPPD is a functional neurological disorder
- Systematic assessment for this complex disorder
- A framework for treatment to address underlying factors, optimize the environment for neuroplasticity and promote positive reconnection.
The Course is live November 5th from 6:00-7:30 PM PST and will be recorded for lifelong access!
Looking forward to seeing you in the course!
Julie Hershberg, PT, DPT, NCS
Dr. Julie Hershberg PT, DPT, NCS is a neurologic physical therapist devoted to clinical practice, research and teaching. Completing her doctorate in physical therapy in 2002, she went on to complete a neurologic residency program at USC in 2003. She started re+active PT & wellness, a neurologic physical therapy and fitness practice, 7 years ago. The Schmidt Movement Disorders Fellowship for physical therapists, a combined training program at re+active and UCLA, is now in its 4th year and lead by Julie. She has spent 12 years in clinical research and was recently the site investigator for the PACE-HD study.
Brittni Charle, PT, DPT
Dr. Brittni Charle PT, DPT is a physical therapist with experience treating in an outpatient neurologic setting focused on vestibular conditions. She obtained her doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Southern California. She developed a deep interest in treating Post-Concussive Syndrome (PCS), helping facilitate people’s return to sport and school/work.