Susan L. Whitney, DPT, PhD, NCS, ATC, FAPTA received her PhD in motor development/motor learning from the University of Pittsburgh, her professional physical therapy education from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, and her DPT from MGH Institute of the Health Sciences.
Currently, she is a professor in physical therapy in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. She is the Program Director of the Centers for Rehab Services (CRS) Balance and Vestibular Rehabilitation Center at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Whitney has authored or co-authored over 90 articles on Medline, most of which relate to vestibular rehabilitation. She has also co-authored a book related to dizziness and balance disorders.
According to the CDC, up to 3.8 million concussions occur annually in the United States. Approximately 20% of these injuries may not recover quickly and… read more
Concussion often results in a multitude of issues, including symptoms, deficits in cognitive function and impairments in the vestibular and visual systems. Effective management requires… read more
Concussion is an ongoing public health initiative, due to high prevalence and potentially serious long-term consequences that may arise from incomplete recovery and improper management.… read more
Vestibular physical therapists are often consulted in concussion management due to the presence of visual and vestibular dysfunction following the injury. A multitude of visual… read more
Course one provides learners with an overview of the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of posterior canal BPPV. This course is pertinent to… read more
The learner will be provided with an overview of the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of horizontal canal BPPV. The course is appropriate… read more
This course will describe the latest advances in vestibular rehabilitation from around the globe, and will provide the learner with ideas about why their patients… read more