Dizziness in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice: Classification and Pathophysiology

@inproceedings{Vidal2005DizzinessIO,
  title={Dizziness in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice: Classification and Pathophysiology},
  author={Paul Vidal},
  year={2005}
}
Address all correspondence and request for reprints to: Peter Huijbregts Shelbourne Physiotherapy 100B-3200 Shelbourne Street Victoria, BC V8P 5G8 Canada shelbournephysio@telus.net Abstract: Dizziness is a frequent complaint in patients presenting to orthopaedic physical therapists. Differential diagnosis of dizziness is complex but essential and requires knowledge of musculoskeletal, vestibular, cardiovascular, neurological, metabolic, and psychiatric conditions, thus transcending the… CONTINUE READING

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