Carrick Institute

Concussion/mTBI Certification Program


Carrick Institute Concussion/mTBI Program

The Carrick Institute concussion/mTBI program is designed to train healthcare professionals how to understand, examine and treat sports-related concussions/mTBI.  This program is one of immersive integrated clinical education designed to promote mastery of the subject area and long-term learning.

 



Goal and Learning Outcomes

The purpose of our Concussion/mTBI program is to inform healthcare providers about the incidence, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of sports-related concussions and the potential for serious long-term outcomes such as dementia. Completion of this program will enable the healthcare practitioner to:

  • Design and Implement a Concussion Treatment Program
  • Design and conduct a brain and vestibular rehabilitation program
  • Design evidence-based treatment plans
  • Utilize a current evidence-based examination process to quantify brain function and human performance
  • Define sports-related concussions and the sports in which they are most often found
  • Describe the immediate and long-term symptoms of sports-related concussions
  • Discuss expert recommendations for preventing/managing sports-related concussions
  • Prepare health care professionals with advanced knowledge and skills in diagnosis and treatment of Concussion/mTBI.

Who this program is for.

Our primary audience is healthcare professionals including Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Chiropractic Neurologists, Medical Physicians, Osteopaths, Acupuncturists, Neuropsychologists, Occupational Therapists, Nurses, Athletic Trainers, Dentists, and allied health.  Please contact us if you have any questions about your eligibility for this program.

Scholars Enrolled in the Concussion/mTBI Program Receive:

  • LIFETIME access to the digital recording of the class
  • Any future updates to the course videos or other materials
  • Re-attendance for life – Retake the class on-site, via livestream or via online, self-paced learning as many times as you’d like for attendance hours.
  • Access to Flipped Classroom for preparation before each module
  • Q-stream for continued learning after each module
  • 25 hours of lecture time within each module
  • 3 Months of Unlimited Medline Access after the module
  • An invitation to the private concussion/mTBI Facebook group

Re-attendance policy: Scholars who have registered and completed a course after December 2019 have the ability to re-attend the course with no additional fee. When re-attending a course, the scholar will not receive continuing education credits and will receive an audit. Carrick Institute is not responsible for providing new materials for class audits, including but not limited to manuals, shirts, equipment, etc. If manuals have been updated since the original attendance date, the updated materials will be available via PDF on the scholar’s online portal. If the scholar would like to purchase a new paper manual, they may do so before the course start date.

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For more information on CE/CME eligibility, visit https://carrickinstitute.com/ceinfo/

Faculty

Prof. Frederick R. Carrick

Professor Carrick has 40 years of clinical practice in the treatment of Concussion/mTBI.  He has been described as the “Doctor to the Stars” and his pioneering work in this field has been featured on Prime Time Television, NEWS and Journals around the globe. He is sought out for Concussion/TBI treatment from Professional, Collegiate and Olympic Athletes as well as his ongoing research in the field.  His experience in this knowledge area is legend as is his ability to teach difficult subject material in a fashion that promotes mastery.

Professor Carrick is a Senior Research Fellow at CCMHR in association with the University of Cambridge, UK, Professor of Neurology University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Orlando, Fl, Adjunct Professor MGH Institute of Health Professional Education, Boston, MA and Dean of Graduate Studies at the Carrick Institute, Cape Canaveral, Fl.

Course Length and Format

Clinical Scholars will be immersed in an interactive learning experience designed to create long term memory and skill acquisition.  The Carrick Institute training model has been researched, presented and published in the indexed scientific literature. This model is central to becoming a lifelong learner and master of clinical application.

The course builds on each module and covers the entirety of information necessary to become an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of Concussion/mTBI

This is a 6-module program composed of 25 hours of lecture, flipped classroom, Q-stream, and examination for the competency of the material covered per module. This program is designed for maximal learning and retention.

Live and Live Stream

The program can be attended onsite in Cape Canaveral, Florida at the Carrick Institute Learning Center or via Internet Live Video Streaming from anywhere in the World.

Certification:

Clinical Scholars who successfully complete this program and pass benchmark examinations given during each module will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from the Carrick Institute.

Topics

  • Designing and Implementing a Concussion Treatment Program
  • Overview of Concussion/TBI, Epidemiology & Consensus Updates
  • Pathophysiology of Acute Concussion/mTBI and Post Concussion Syndromes
  • The biomechanics of Head Injury and Concussion/mTBI
  • Neurocognitive Testing
  • Examination and Diagnosis of the Head Injury Patient
  • Treatment of Acute and Chronic Concussion/mTBI (Return to Learn, Work, & Play)
  • Neurophysiology of Concussion/mTBI and Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS)
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)
  • Functional Rehabilitation Strategies
  • Head Eye Vestibular Motion function and rehabilitation
  • Competency in concussion management Software use
  • Competency in visual system testing and eye tracking use
  • Competency in Concussion/mTBI EEG and Evoked Potential Training use

This course utilizes a vibrant flipped classroom and interactive educational model. Scholars will review course materials and assignments before attending the knowledge area module. This process maximizes learning so that the scholar can dedicate time specifically to the application of the knowledge area module.

Each scholar will also have free access to Medline where they can search and download clinical and scientific papers.  All of the information necessary for the course is located in the scholar’s learners portal. This private area is specific for the individual scholar and designed for maximum interaction and learning.

Course Curriculum by Knowledge Area Module:

  • TBI and Eye Movements
  • Sensory Integration
  • Neurological Compensation of Head, Neck, Postural and Visual Systems
  • Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
  • Integration of Cortical and Subcortical Structures
  • Coordination of Head, Neck, Trunk and Limb Functions
  • Eye Movement Therapy and Carrick Eye Movement Strategies
  • Integration of Multi Sensory Systems and Perception
  • Best Practices Treatment of Concussion
  • Measuring Human Motor and Perceptual Performance
  • Testing of Balance After Concussion
  • Understanding Stability Scores
  • Eye Movements and Sensory Feedback
  • Mechanical Load And Eye Muscle Stretch
  • Clinical Classification of Eye Movements
  • Clinical Observational Skills and Eye Movements the Concussion
  • The Functional Classes of Human Eye Movements In Concussion Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Clinical Practicums of Vestibular, Visual Fixation, Optokinetic, Smooth Pursuit, Nystagmus Quick Phases, Saccades, Vergence And Versions
  • Stability of Head Neck and Vision After Head Injury
  • Clinical Understanding of Oscilopsia and Illusory Movements After Concussion
  • Treatment Protocols to Increase Stability of Head, Neck And Visual Systems
  • Clinical Examination Skills and the Spatial Frequency of Visual Targets
  • Clinical Examination Skills of Torsional Eye Movements
  • Clinical Applications Of Retinal Activation
  • Visual Searching Specific to Sports And Maximizing Human Performance
  • Angle of Gaze and Head, Neck Function
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Blurred Vision After Concussion
  • Movement and Had Perturbations
  • Visually Mediated Reflexes and Vestibular Ocular Reflexes During Head Purturbations
  • Clinical Understanding Of Stabilizing and Shifting Gaze
  • Clinical Neuro-Anatomical Circuitry And Functional Classes of Eye Movements
  • Physical Examination and Treatment Development Based upon Functional Performance
  • Biomechanical Factors Affecting the Interaction of Brain And Sensory Motor Systems
  • Clinical Applications of The Pulse and Step of Neural Integration
  • Treatment of Concussion And Orbital Mechanics
  • Pulse Step Mismatch And Clinical Applications
  • Concussion Treatments To Synthesize Velocity and Position Components Of Ocular Motor Commands
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Process of Neural Integration
  • Vergence and Version Eye-Movement Neural Integrators
  • Clinical Applications of the Vestibular System In Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Applications Of the Auto Kinetic System in Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Applications of Short and Long Latency Mediated Function In Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Applications Understanding the Angular VOR
  • Clinical Applications Understanding The Translational VOR
  • Clinical Applications of Patterns of Nystagmus In Concussion Patients
  • Clinical Applications of Otolithic–Ocular Reflexes
  • Clinical Applications of Natural Head Movements In Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Applications of Visual Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Using Voluntary and Involuntary Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding Of Neural Integration Between Brain and Brain Stem
  • Clinical Applications of Smooth Pursuit in Visual Fixation
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Using Nonvisual Environmental Stimulation
  • Clinical Strategies of Eye Head and Neck Movements
  • Understanding a Three Dimensional Aspect of Eye Movements In Clinical Practice
  • Adaptive Control of Eye Movements In the Treatment of Concussion
  • Clinical Attributes of Eye Movements and Spatial Localization
  • Adaptive Strategies In Acute and Chronic TBI Treatments
  • Brain Integration And Compensation After Concussion
  • Understanding How Vision Is Affected in TBI
  • Understanding The Utilization Of Joint Receptor Activation In TBI
  • Understanding Head Rotations, Translation And Neck Integrators
  • Clinical Applications of Semicircular Canals and Otolith Organs
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing Ocular Counter Roll
  • Patterns of Head Motion And Changing Brain Integration Next Line
  • Perturbations Of Head and Gait Strategies
  • Clinical Applications of Visual Mediated Eye Movements
  • Understanding Skew Deviation
  • Clinical Applications of Head Rotation And Retinal Meridians
  • Clinical Understanding of Vertical Ocular Misalignment and Foveal Disparity
  • Clinical Understanding of Head Tilt
  • Vestibular Visual Symbiosis
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Strategies of Artificial Movements
  • Utilization of Different Targets And Backgrounds In Concussion Treatment Strategies
  • Clinical Understanding of the Brainstem Elaboration of the VOR
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Engaging Excitatory and Inhibitory Neural Integration
  • Understanding the Primary And Accessory Neural Subgroups Of the Brainstem
  • Clinical Applications of Cerebellum
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications Of Otolithic Function
  • Neural Integration Model Function And Concussion Symptoms and Performance Challenges
  • Clinical Understanding Of Neural Integration and Gaze Holding
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing Semicircular Canal Protections
  • The Clinical Phenomenology Of Inhibition to Promote Function After Concussion
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Of Ipsilateral and Contralateral Stimulation Central Pathology
  • Clinical Applications of Otolith Projections
  • Utilizing the Functional Organization Of Vestibular Ocular Responses
  • Clinical Understanding Of Type I and Type II Head Velocity Neural Encoders
  • Rehabilitation Strategies of Head Velocity And Eye Position
  • Clinical Scenarios Inpatient Presentations of TBI And Central Vestibulopathy
  • Clinical Understanding of Vestibular Nuclear Processing
  • Patient and Clinician Interpretation Of Self Translating or Tilting
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Based upon a Neural Network Approach
  • Clinical Applications Central to Velocity Storage Mechanism
  • Head Eye Vestibular Movement Responses to Visual Stimulation
  • Clinical Application Central to Neural Substrate Integration
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Eye Position, Velocity And Rotating Chairs
  • Vestibulo Ocular Reflex Gain, Direction and Phase
  • Clinical Determinants of Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Gain
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Using Active And Passive Head Rotation
  • Concussion and Age
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Head Tilt and Roll
  • Rehabilitation Strategies And Gravity
  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Importance of Optokinetic nystagmus
  • Clinical Understanding of Optokinetic After-Nystagmus
  • The Clinical Importance of the Cervical Ocular Reflex
  • The Clinical Importance of the Adaptive Properties of the VOR
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Habituation
  • The Clinical Importance of Low and High Time Constants Of the Rotational VOR
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and VOR Adaptation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Cross Axis Adaptation Of the VOR
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Cognitive Control Of VOR Adaptation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Context Specific Adaptation
  • Vestibulocerebellar Influences on the Vestibular-Ocular reflex
  • Electrophysiological Aspects of vestibulocerebellum Control of the Vestibular Ocular Reflex
  • Role of the Cerebellum in the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Adaptation
  • Skew Deviation & the OTR Vertical and Cyclovertical Strabismus
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing the Vertical & Torsional VOR
  • Concussion and the Pathologic OTR
  • Clinical Applications of Ipsilesional and Contralesional Head Tilt
  • Pathological Skew Deviation Versus Superior Oblique Palsy
  • Parks 3-Step test with Bielschowsky Tilt Test
  • The Symptoms and Signs of Skew Deviation Vs S0 Palsy
  • The Clinical Determinants of Vestibuloocular Reflex Game
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Active Versus Passive Head Rotation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Fixation Of Stationary Versus Moving Targets
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Head Stationary and Head And Body Rotation
  • Movement Disorders of the Head And Neck After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of Dynamic Balance of Brain Activation during Head Rotation and Translation
  • Ewald’s Second Law (excitatory stimuli are more effective than inhibitory stimuli)
  • Clinical Understanding of Subjective Visual Vertical
  • Disequilibrium, Unsteadiness, And Vertigo after Concussion
  • Understanding The Perception of Self Motion And Sensory Mismatch
  • Acute Peripheral Vestibular Lesions after Head Trauma
  • Clinical confounding of Objective Measurements
  • Clinical Understanding of Lateral Medullary Infarction (Wallenberg Syndrome)
  • Clinical Applications of Tests of Vestibular Balance
  • Clinical use of Tragal Pressure, Valsalva Maneuvers, Hyperventilation, Mastoid Vibration and Sounds
  • Clinical Understanding of Nystagmus
  • Gaze Preferences and Visual Compensation For Brain Injury
  • Clinical Use of the Ophthalmoscope In Diagnosis and Treatment Of Concussion
  • Clinical Applications to Identify a Dynamic Vestibular Imbalance
  • Head Impulse Test
  • Clinical Applications of Head Posture And Eye Movement Exercises
  • Clinical Understanding of Hypoactive and Hyperactive Translational VOR
  • Clinical Understanding Of Asymmetry of the Loss of the Storage With Central Brain Lesions
  • Rehabilitation Considerations of Torsional Optokinetic Nystagmus
  • Clinical Utilization Of Vibration In Sensory Stimuli
  • Clinical Quantification of Vestibular Gain At the Bedside
  • Developing Treatment Strategies For Abnormal Gain of the Rotational VOR
  • Clinical Understanding Of Head Movement and Tremor After Concussion
  • Clinical Applications Of Corrective Lenses And VOR Gain
  • Clinical Insights into Rotational Testing and Treatment
  • Clinical Measurements of the Time Constant of the VOR
  • Clinical Understanding Of Corrective Saccades
  • Bedside OptokineticTesting
  • Clinical Understanding Of the Pathophysiology Central Vestibular Connections
  • Basal Ganglia Circuitry Models
  • Clinical Understanding of the Basal Ganglia And It’s Motor, Cognitive and Limbic Circuitry
  • Clinical Understanding of the Basal Ganglia and Visual Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of the NeoStriatum And Mesencephalic Function
  • Clinical Context Specific VOR Adaptation
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Recovery From Static and Dynamic Vestibular Imbalance
  • Clinical Utilization Of Ewald’s First and Second Laws
  • Clinical Understanding of Peripheral Vestibular Lesions After Head Trauma
  • Concussion Rehabilitation and Spatial Tuning Of Labyrinthine Efferent Activity
  • Clinical Understanding of the Role of the Vestibular Commissure After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of the Deep Cerebellar Nuclei In Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Understanding of Central Neuronal Compensatory Responses And Strategies
  • Clinical Applications Utilizing Vestibulocerebellar influences on the Vestibular-Ocular reflex
  • Utilizing Visual Saccades in Diagnosis and Rehabilitation Of Head Injury
  • Clinical Adaptation of Saccades And Cerebellar Function
  • Clinical Applications Inhibition And Excitation of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of the Cerebellar Relationship to Cerebral Cortical Areas
  • Clinical Understanding of Frontal Eye Fields, Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex, Supplementary Motor Areas And the Parietal Lobe Specific To Visual Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Involving Auditory and Visual Motion Signal Processing
  • Clinical Applications of Cerebellar Contributions To Cortical Occulomotor Functions
  • Clinical Understanding of Fovial And Extra Fovial Vision.
  • Rehabilitation Strategies in the Treatment of Concussion Using Compensatory Mechanisms
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Utilizing a Hierarchy Of Saccadic Behavior
  • Understanding the Functional Characteristics of  Saccades After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of Protective and Anticipatory Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Memory Guided Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Antisaccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Command Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Reflexive Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Express Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Using Spontaneous Saccades
  • Clinical Quantification Of Saccadic Position, Velocity and Acceleration
  • Clinical Utilization of Overlap, Gap, Memory, Antisaccdic and Sequence Tasking Paradigms
  • Clinical Relationships between the Velocity, Duration And Accuracy of Saccades
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Using Visual Feedback After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding of the Main Sequence Relationships of Saccades
  • Rehabilitation with Directed Dynamic Properties of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of Asymptotic Values Of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding of Power Functions Describing Amplitude and Duration Relationships of Saccades
  • Clinical Applications of Eye Acceleration And Jerk Derivatives
  • Concussion Rehabilitation To Increase the Velocity Of Saccades
  • Clinical Decision-Making Using Saccadic Velocity To Calculate Frontal Low Integrity
  • Clinical Understanding of Saccadic Skewness And Wave Forms
  • Clinical Calculations of the Q Values of Saccades
  • Clinical Examination of Phase – Plane Plots Of Eye Position
  • Clinical Comparisons of Vertical and Horizontal Convergence Movements
  • Clinical Understanding Of Post-Saccadic Eye Drifts And Pulse Step Phenomenology
  • Clinical Understanding of Dynamic Over and under Shoots of Saccades
  • Clinical Understanding Of the Planar Direction of Saccades in Rehabilitation of Concussion
  • Clinical Phenomenology Differentiating Brainstem and Cortical Mechanisms in Saccadic Generation
  • Clinical Understanding of Saccadic Reaction Time, Visual Processing, Target Selection and Motor Programming
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Gap and Overlaps Stimuli
  • Concussion Rehabilitation using Superior Colliculus Phenomenology
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Antisaccades
  • Clinical Quantification of Ratios of Eye-Movement Function
  • Clinical Quantification Of Somatic and Visual Error In Rehabilitation Strategy
  • Clinical Quantification and Treatment Development of Saccadic Accuracy
  • Clinical Quantification of Visual Dysmetria
  • Clinical Quantification of Pulse Step Mismatch Dysmetria
  • Clinical Understanding and Applications Involving Post Saccadic Conjugate Or Disjunctive Drift
  • Rehabilitation Strategies Changing the Size for Luminance Of Targets
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Utilizing Memory Guided Saccades
  • Concussion Rehabilitation In Light and Dark
  • Diagnostic & Therapeutic Importance of Amplitude & Velocity Relationships Of Eye Movements
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Strategies Using Sport Simulation
  • Clinical Understanding of Stochastic Processes of Compensation in Smooth Pursuit
  • Concussion Rehabilitation Using Double Step Target Jumps With Saccades
  • Concussion Simulation Utilizing Saccades
  • Quantifying the Physical Examination In Treatment Outcomes In Concussion
  • Concussion Simulation Utilizing Optokinetic Stimulation
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Changing Saccadic Trajectory
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Changing Saccadic Latency
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Addressing Saccadic Dysmetria
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Addressing Saccadic Vector Abnormalities
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation With in a Hierarchical Organizational Paradigm
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Of Patient Specific Job Tasks
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Combinations of Volitional and Reflexive Saccades
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Of Movement Disorders
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Strategies With Self and Directed Pacing
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Specific to Prefrontal Cortical Insults
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Head Eye Vestibular Movement Therapy
  • Concussion Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Blinks and Head Movements
  • Clinical Importance of Fatique and Human Function after Head Injury
  • Clinical Applications Utilizing Combinations of Vergence Movements and Head Neck Strategy
  • Clinical Applications Quantifying Saccade Performance
  • Clinical Applications to Engage The TBI Patient In Novel Evidence-Based Therapy
  • Smooth Pursuit and Visual Fixation
  • Clinical Evaluation Of Patient Attention to Static and Moving Objects
  • Clinical Strategies Involving Background Stimulation
  • Clinical Strategies To Enable Compensation for the Effects of Retinal Image Motion
  • Clinical Strategies to Promote Partial and Full Compensation Of Impaired Visual Tracking
  • Clinical Strategies Promoting Gaze Stability with and without Visual Fixation
  • Clinical Understanding of Micro Saccades An Attention Shifts
  • Clinical Strategies to Activate the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus
  • Clinical Strategies to Utilize the Field Holding Reflex In Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Strategies Utilizing Different Types of Targets in Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Strategies Utilizing Parietal Lobe Activation
  • Clinical Strategies Utilizing the Dorsolateral Pontine Nucleus And Posterior Vermis
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Of Patient Performance and Quantification of Compensatory Movements
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation to Understand Visual Oscillations in Pursuit Performance
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Using Gap Paradigms in Fixation and Pursuit
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Of Saccade Suppression Techniques
  • Clinical Simulation Of Changing Stimuli and Predictability Of Clinician Choice In Rehabilitation Scenarios
  • Clinical Understanding Of Motion and Visual Position Information
  • Clinical Applications Of the Waterfall Illusion
  • Clinical Applications of Designing Moving Visual Stimuli
  • Clinical Applications to Decrease Patient Habituation to Their Rehabilitation Treatment
  • Clinical Understanding of First and Second Order Motion Stimuli
  • Clinical Understanding of Parafoveal Tracking
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Addressing High and Low Velocity Time Movements
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation A Visual and Somatic Target Placements
  • Clinical Understanding of Salience And Perceptual and Cognitive Resources
  • Clinical Understanding Of the Role of the Hippocampus in the Assessment of Salience
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Color And Target Motion
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Utilizing Stationary Distractors
  • Clinical Understanding Of the Use of Background Changes in Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Understanding of Patient Perceptions An Allusions After Concussion
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation Using The Duncker illusion
  • Clinical Simulation Rehabilitation using the Flying Bluebottle Illusion
  • Clinical Rehabilitation of Perception and Visual Pursuit
  • Clinical Influence of Dynamic Properties of a Stimulus on Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Interaction Between Pursuits and Saccades in TBI Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Utilizing Perception, Memory and Second Order Visual Stimuli
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Utilizing Target Motion from other Sensory Systems
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Utilizing Higher-Level Perceptual Representations of Stimuli
  • Clinical Rehabiltation of Smooth Pursuit Using Predictable Target Motion
  • Clinical Rehabilitation of Anticipatory Drift and Latency Timing
  • Clinical Quantitative Measurements of Smooth Pursuit Performance
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Strategies using Ramp and Step Ramp Stimuli
  • Clinical Rehabilitation of Smooth Pursuit Accuracy
  • Clinical Understanding of Velocity Overshoot During the Pursuit Onset
  • Clinical Understanding of the Open Loop Preprogram Response Of Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Skill Simulation With Sine Wave, Constant Velocity Movements And Ramps
  • Clinical Skill Simulation Measuring Gain, Velocity and Phase of Visual Pursuits
  • Clinical Understanding of Pathology Involved With Deterioration of Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Understanding of Velocity Saturation An Pursuit Gain
  • Clinical Skills Simulation Of Smooth Pursuit Two Predictable and Non-Unpredictable Motion
  • Clinical Understanding and Applications of the Phenomenology Of Vision And Age
  • Clinical Understanding and Applications of Open Loop Vestibular Eye Movements
  • Clinical Understanding of the Adaptive Properties of Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Skills Simulation Of Treatment of Catch up Saccades In Pursuits
  • Clinical Skills Simulation Of Changes in Motion Perception With Pursuit Adaptation
  • Clinical Understanding of the Neurobiological Substrate For Smooth Pursuit Adaptation
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Dorsal Cerebellar Vermis
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Middle Temporal Visual Area
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Cerebellar Flocculus
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Integration of the Pursuit Pathway
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Primary Visual Cortex and Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Applications Involving the Middle Temporal Visual Area
  • Designing a Treatment Plan Based on a Hypothetical Scheme For Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Understanding of Human Homologues In Animal Brain Models
  • Clinical Examination of Fixation of Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Examination Utilizing the Ophthalmoscope
  • Clinical Examination of Patient Tracking Targets
  • Clinical Examination of Predictive Strategy And Low Pursuit Gain
  • Clinical Examination of Predictive Strategy And High Pursuit Gain
  • Clinical Examination and Quantification Of Directional Asymmetries of Visual Pursuit
  • Clinical Examination Using Special Techniques For the Clinical Evaluation of Pursuit
  • Clinical Examination Using Optokinetic Stimulation
  • Clinical Examination of Slow and Quick Phases of Eye Movement
  • Clinical Examination and Cancellation or Suppression Of the Vestibulocochlear Reflex
  • Clinical Laboratory Evaluation of Fixation and Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Applications Using PowerPoint And Keynote
  • Clinical Applications Using Nonpredictable Step-Ramp Stimuli
  • Clinical Understanding of Relationships of Latency, Acceleration, Velocity, Frequency of Ringing and Steady-State Gain
  • Clinical Estimation of Gain for Constant Velocity Waveforms In Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Utilization of Indirect Methods to Measure Smooth Pursuit Performance
  • Clinical Applications of Power Spectral Measurements
  • Clinical Applications of Quantitative Rating Scales Of Pursuit
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation Of Abnormal Visual Fixation
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation of Abnormal Pursuit Initiation
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation Of Abnormalities of Pursuit to Sustained Target Motion
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation Using the Relationship of Visual Fixation and Smooth Pursuant to Latent Nystagmus
  • Clinical Applications Of Normal and Abnormal Fixation Behavior
  • Clinical Understanding of Square Wave Jerks
  • Clinical Understanding of Normal and Abnormal Function And Confounders
  • Clinical Understanding of Lesions of Secondary Visual Areas in Concussion
  • Clinical Understandings Of Localized Cerebral Lesions After Concussion
  • Clinical Understandings Of Lesions in the Visual Subsystem After Concussion
  • Clinical Understanding Of Ipsilateral Contralateral Deficits Of Smooth Pursuit
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Design Specific to Individual Needs and Differences
  • Clinical Understanding of Concussion and Unpleasant Visual And Somatic Distortion
  • Clinical Understanding of Concussion and Central Vestibular Syndromes
  • Clinical Applications Specific to Torsional Nystagmus, Skew Deviation, Ocular Torsion, Tilts of Head, Body, and the Perceived Vertical
  • Clinical Application Is Directed to a Tonic Imbalance In All Planes
  • Clinical Understanding Of Lesions from the Vestibular Nuclei to the Occulomotor Nuclei And Integration Centers in the Pons And Rostral Midbrain
  • Clinical Understanding of Lesions of the Vestibular Cerebellum, Thalamus, Multisensory Vestibular Cortex
  • Clinical Applications Involving Occulomotor, Perceptual And Postural Therapies
  • Clinical Applications Of Super Nuclear or Nuclear Ocular Motor Disorders
  • Clinical Understanding of the Parietal Insular Vestibular Cortex
  • Clinical Understandings of the Neuronal Pathways That Mediate the VOR
  • Clinical Applications and Differential Diagnosis Of Peripheral and Central Lesions
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Applications To Avoid Compensatory Mechanisms
  • Clinical Understanding of Sensory Mismatch and Therapy Development
  • Clinical Simulation Skills Developing Concussion Treatments
  • Clinical Simulation Skills Involving Autonomic Nervous System Complaints

Schedule and Tuition

General Tuition: $1600 per module.
Prepayment Option (all 6 modules, save $2,400): $7200 (on-site and internet live-stream)

6-Module Bundle
TBI 1 – Self-Paced Learning
TBI 2 – Self-Paced Learning
TBI 3 – Self-Paced Learning
TBI 4 – Self-Paced Learning 
TBI 5 – Self-Paced Learning
TBI 6 – Self-Paced Learning


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