Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD)

About The Webinar & Panel

Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD) is being increasingly used to explain vestibular symptoms without an obvious cause. Many patients are confused about this diagnosis – is it a physiological or psychological condition? Will I ever get better? In this session we will help you better understand what PPPD is and ISN’T, how it is diagnosed and treated, and what outcomes you can expect from treatment. Stay online after the presenter Q&A and there will be a panel discussion moderated by Laura Cala featuring James McGovern  and Liz Burtrick Burton.

  • Janene M. Holmberg, PT, DPT, NCS graduated from the University of Utah and has specialized in vestibular rehabilitation for 30 years. Dr. Holmberg helped establish the Intermountain Hearing and Balance Center in Salt Lake City, Utah and serves as faculty at the Emory Vestibular Competency Course. She helped establish vestibular courses at the University of Utah, Rocky Mountain University, and University of Las Vegas. Dr. Holmberg was awarded Physical Therapist of the Year by the Utah Chapter APTA in 2001 for her specialty work in vestibular/balance rehabilitation, and in 2014 received the Clinical Excellence in Neurology Award from the Neurology Section of the APTA. She has published on topics ranging from BPPV, vestibular rehabilitation, and Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD).

  • Janene Holmberg, PT, DPT, NCS


  • Danielle Tate DPT

    Webinar Moderator

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