Vestibular Rehabilitation and Manual Therapy
Dr. Elizabeth "Beth" Wagner DPT filming her new course on Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy in Honolulu, Hawaii
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Pushing the Boundaries of Professional Development: Dr. Elizabeth Wagner Collaborates with NAT Global Campus to Bring 'Vestibular Rehabilitation and Manual Therapy' to Healthcare Professionals
HONOLULU, HI - 24 MAY 2023
NAT Global Campus, a leading provider of online educational resources for healthcare professionals, is thrilled to announce the completion of a highly anticipated new course with esteemed physical therapist Dr. Elizabeth Wagner DPT PT. Filmed on location in Honolulu, Hawaii, this course follows the resounding success of her previous work, the 'Psoas' course, which has received an outstanding reception from students since its release earlier this year.
The newly completed course, entitled 'Vestibular Exercises and Manual Therapy', has been meticulously designed from the ground up by Dr. Wagner, drawing upon her vast expertise and passion for holistic healthcare education. The course is set to provide practitioners with essential knowledge and skills to enhance their understanding and treatment of vestibular conditions.
'Vestibular Exercises and Manual Therapy' delves into the critical topic of vestibular conditions, shedding light on when, how, and why some of these conditions can be effectively managed with manual therapy. It is a highly valuable resource for healthcare professionals striving to expand their professional boundaries (within the scope of practice) and improve patient outcomes.
"NAT Global Campus is committed to providing the best of practice and best value online educational resources to our growing community of students and members," said Dani Marks, Head of Partnerships at NAT Global Campus. "We're thrilled to collaborate with Dr. Wagner once again, whose approach to teaching and dedication to sharing her knowledge align perfectly with our vision. This course underscores our commitment to fostering a culture of continuous learning and professional development in the healthcare sector."
Dr. Elizabeth Wagner, known for her practical and engaging teaching style, is expected to add another level of depth to NAT Global Campus's diverse course offerings with her latest work. 'Vestibular Exercises and Manual Therapy' promises to provide the community with a robust understanding of a significant healthcare topic, further fulfilling the mission of NAT Global Campus to broaden knowledge and encourage innovative practice among healthcare professionals.
For more information about 'Vestibular Exercises and Manual Therapy', other course offerings, or to join the NAT Global Campus community, visit www.nielasher.com.
About Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy
Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based treatment program designed to promote vestibular adaptation and substitution. The goals of VRT are 1) to enhance gaze stability, 2) to enhance postural stability, 3) to improve vertigo, and 4) to improve activities of daily living.
About NAT Global Campus
NAT Global Campus is a premier provider of online educational resources for healthcare professionals. Offering a wide range of courses designed by industry experts, NAT Global Campus fosters a culture of continuous learning and professional development. Committed to delivering best practice and exceptional value, NAT Global Campus is shaping the future of healthcare education, enabling professionals to deliver holistic care within their scope of practice.
About Elizabeth “Beth” Wagner, DPT, CCVR, Cert. MDT
Elizabeth “Beth” Wagner works with each patient as a partner to achieve the best possible outcomes based on a thorough evaluation and creation of an individualized treatment plan. Each session is focused on making further progress towards patient goals, ultimately helping each patient return to doing the things they love to do every day. In her physical therapy career starting in 2008, Beth has worked with people across the lifespan in a variety of settings. She took a one-year sabbatical in 2015-2016 to travel in South America and Asia, including volunteer assignments in Bhutan and Vietnam as a clinical and academic instructor for local physical therapy staff. Returning to the U.S. with an expanded perspective on health, Beth incorporated new ideas into her practice. In 2020, during the global pandemic, she started a YouTube channel providing information and demonstrating appropriate exercises for a wide range of physical conditions. In 2021, she launched a home-based, cash-based private practice specializing in vestibular rehabilitation and then expanded services to include telehealth and online coaching.
Beth earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Washington and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Puget Sound. She has also earned a certificate of competency in vestibular rehabilitation and is certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.
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