Fort Wayne, Ind — The Better Balance Fall Prevention and Wellness Society is now offering a Category I CME course on balance disorders. The course will be held from February 25 and 26, 2011 at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay, Florida
Titled "Neurovestibular Sciences: The Study of Balance Medicine, Part I," the course will be taught by Randolph McKenzie, MD, PhD, FACS. It is designed specifically to teach clinics and private practices how to manage dizzy and balance disordered patients.
The program also includes education on identifying balance disorder risk factors, as well as enhanced understanding of effective diagnosis and management techniques.
While this first segment will be offered in the Tampa, Fla area, the Better Balance Fall Prevention and Wellness Society said in its press release that other classes will also be offered in the Indianapolis area. In addition, a new "Part II" intermediate course has also been designed.
Visit the Society’s website for more information.
SOURCE: Better Balance Fall Prevention and Wellness Society