The Vestibular Dysfunction Across the Life Span Conference, in Partnership with Dell Children’s Medical Center, Announce Dr. James Kemper as Keynote Speaker

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Top experts to share latest clinical and technological breakthroughs in diagnosing and treating dizziness and balance disorders

360 Balance & Hearing Center and 360 Neuro Health Institute, in collaboration with Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas, will host the Vestibular Dysfunction Across the Life Span Conference in Austin, Texas, at the Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4.

The two-day program encourages education and discussion, bringing together an influential array of experts, practitioners, and innovators from a range of specialties who will discuss the latest knowledge and technology regarding diagnosing and treating dizziness and balance disorders. By emphasizing the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach, the Vestibular Conference aims to emphasize the utilization of subjective and objective findings to formulate a working diagnosis and determine the most appropriate care plan, including identification when additional referrals/tests are needed.

“This conference addresses vestibular disorders across the lifespan and, most importantly, shares an intra-disciplinary approach,” said James Kemper, MD, Keynote Speaker of the Vestibular Conference. “Overall, vestibular disorders are poorly understood. It requires a network of specialty providers to ensure patients are accurately diagnosed and effectively treated.”

The Program Planning Committee has assembled a faculty with renowned clinical experts to provide opportunities for approved continuing education. The material is presented in a manner to support evidence-based medicine and introduce critical thinking skills in the diagnostic process.

Keynote Speaker Dr. James Kemper will present on Saturday, March 3rd. Dr. Kemper is an otolaryngologist and has concentrated exclusively on diseases of the ear and skull base, in patients from infancy through adulthood. Dr. Kemper’s broad experience in managing hearing and balance disorders includes chronic ear disease/infection, management of vertigo and Meniere’s syndrome, tumors of the ear and brainstem as well as cochlear implantation and other hearing implants.

Other highlights include:

  • Presenter Derrick Chan, PT, DPT, ATC, LAT, Dell Children’s Medical Center
  • Cutting-Edge Topics - Where Your Patient’s Journey Begins; Dizziness in the Emergency Room; Clinical Exam: An ENT’s Perspective; The Role of Diagnostics; Medical Management; Clinical Exam: A Therapist’s Perspective; The Role of Vestibular Rehabilitation; The Principals of Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Special Topics - Neurology Disorders and Vestibular Rehabilitation; Anxiety and Dizziness; Pediatric Concussion; Adult Concussion

“Patients with dizziness and balance disorders are often misunderstood resulting in multiple visits without an accurate diagnosis or appropriate care plan which hinders their recovery,” said Bridgett Wallace, PT, DPT. “This conference can help bridge the gap between the marked progress in the evaluation and management of dizziness and delayed and/or inaccurate delivery of care.”

Visit the 360 Neuro Health Institute website at for more information regarding speakers and topics. Registration for the live event is now open. Also available is the vestibular podcast option.

About 360 Neuro Health Institute
The 360 Neuro Health Institute specializes in web-based, mobile and live educational offerings for dizziness, balance and hearing disorders. Our mission is to expand our educational offerings and services beyond concussion management and into dizziness/vertigo, balance and hearing disorders. More information is available at

About 360 Balance & Hearing Center
360 Balance & Hearing Center, which provides advanced and comprehensive diagnostic testing, specialized vestibular therapy, post rehabilitation programs and a support group for individuals suffering from dizziness, balance and hearing disorders. More information is available at

About Ascension Texas
In Texas, Ascension operates Providence Healthcare Network and Seton Healthcare Family, which includes Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas and 120 related clinical facilities that together employee more than 13,000 employees. Across Texas, Ascension provides 467 million in community benefit and charity care in fiscal year 2016. Serving Texas for 115 years, Ascension is faith-based health care organization committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension is the largest nonprofit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, operating 2,500 sites of care – including 141 hospitals and 30 senior living facilities – in 22 states and the District of Columbia. Visit and

Jeseka Kreitner
360 Neuro Health Institute
5608 Parkcrest Drive, Ste. 100
Austin, TX 78731
Tel: 888-313-4443
Fax: 888-313-4443

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