One of the most common questions we receive is in regard to central-peripheral integration. What we have come to realize is that this term appears to have various meanings, so let's take a look at central-peripheral integration from different angles:
Webinar attendees will learn about central-peripheral integration as related to functional anatomy and physiology of the visual and vestibular systems, to motion sensitivity and to a theoretical foundation for rehabilitation to promote neuroplasticity.
Continuing Education Credits
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Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT, has a doctorate of physical therapy and holds competency-based certifications in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management. She is the founder of 360 Balance & Hearing Center and co-founder of 360 Neuro Health Institute. Dr. Wallace is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Vestibular Disorders Association. Dr. Wallace consults and lectures both nationwide and internationally in concussion management and on vestibular disorders. She has provided consulting services to The University of Texas Athletics since 1998 and MLB Umpire Medical Services since 2011. Dr. Wallace co-authored two patents for vestibular disorders and developed an iPhone app, PLAY IT SAFE®, which was designed for sideline-concussion assessment. She has been published in the Eye & Brain Journal and has contributed to chapters in Therapeutic Exercise and Lifespan Neurorehabilitation - both textbooks used in therapy schools. Dr. Wallace was awarded the Health Care Heroes Award by the Austin Business Journal in 2011 and Distinguished Alumni Award by Texas State University Physical Therapy Department in 2013.