This free course is about how to use International Clinical Protocol on Vestibular Disorders (Dizziness)
Part 1. About the Author Kostiantyn Trinus
Kostiantyn Trinus, PhD, MD, physiology and neurology studies vestibule system from 1982. Awarded Claussen-Tato Price 2018 – first in the science history case of awarding of the scientist in the country of his inhabitance because of high estimation of his achievements.
Part 2. What is Protocol
Definition of the Protocol it’s benefits and shortcomings, classification of the Protocols. Problems with the Protocols on Dizziness. NOASC and Dizziness Handicap Inventory. Types of Dizziness
Part 3. Dizziness vs Vertigo
Dizziness means distortion of perception of space, movement and time. Vertigo means the illusion of the non-existent movement.
Part 4. Danger of Dizziness
Dizziness/vertigo is met in 22.9% healthy persons. The cunning feature of it is imaginable wellbeing which finishes with delayed consequences up to the immune failure.
Part 5. 22 Types of Dizziness
Speaking about dizziness they keep in mind also 4 types of vertigo, space orientation disorder, tinnitus, headache and other disorders generated by the vestibular pathology.
Part 6. Dizziness express test diagnostics
Test buttery which allows a evaluating and documenting the condition on vestibular system with high level of sensitivity using a simple gadget.
Part 8. 4 Types of Tinnitus
Bruit (objective sound), endogenous tinnitus (mascable tinnitus), exogenous tinnitus (non-mascable tinnitus), slow brainstem degeneration syndrome.