Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

About The Webinar & Panel

Evidence shows that vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) can be effective in the management of symptoms associated with many vestibular disorders. While it is natural to display avoidance behaviors in order to prevent symptoms from being triggered, vestibular rehabilitation programs tailored to your symptoms and functional deficits can help facilitate improved function and quality of life with reduced symptoms over time. In this session you will learn how VRT works, who is a good candidate for VRT, and what you can expect from a VRT program. Stay online after the Q&A with the presenter and there will be a patient panel moderated by Laura Cala featuring Ashley Virgilio and Alex and Nancy Shaddock.

  • Tara Denham, PT, MA is one of the leading experts in the field of Vestibular Therapy. In 1990, she founded the renowned Vestibular Physical Therapy Center at Rusk Rehabilitation, New York University Langone Health. Tara has been a practicing Physical Therapist for 37 years. She received her Master’s of Physical Therapy degree from New York University in 1983. She is an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Certified Vestibular clinician and one of the instructors for the APTA Vestibular Certification course. Tara is the Outpatient Physical Therapy Program Manager at Rusk Rehabilitations’ Ambulatory Care Center and is a faculty member at New York University Langone Health. Tara lectures extensively on the topic of Vestibular Rehabilitation and is a published author.

  • Tara Denham, PT, MA


  • Abbie Ross, DPT

    Webinar Moderator

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