Visual Vestibular Refinement

An Interdisciplinary Approach in the Intervention of Patterned Visual Disorientation


Course Format

Prior attendance of Cervical Revolution is required. *Optometrists may attend without prior attendance of Cervical Revolution. 

This course will outline the role the human eyes play in centering the head and body, in standing, based on the guidance, or misguidance, of somatic information provided to the brain. The attendee will be provided information on the most common visual postural related implications related to visual heterophorias, strabismus, seated versus standing astigmatism axis inconsistencies and higher degrees of amblyopia. Understanding both physical and somatic symptomology related to this visual vestibular automaticity, will help the practitioner refine and modify both optometric treatment and upright postural guidance. Guidelines on how to work with an optometrist and recommendations to improve standing postural orientation and to de-stress binocular rivalry, of both the Lasik and non-Lasik patient, will be offered for these binocular conditions listed above. Considerations for the patient who demonstrates persistent unilateral biased functional dominance in stages of forward locomotor movement and visual vertical testing, will be also be discussed.

Prior attendance of Cervical Revolution is required. *Optometrists may attend without prior attendance of Cervical Revolution.

Educational Level: Advanced

Instructional Methods: Lecture, demonstration, clinical application, case discussion, and Q&A



Oct 4-5, 2024
Postural Restoration Institute
Lincoln NE
Ron Hruska


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$ 600.00
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Registration is limited to ensure a low faculty to student ratio. Please register early. Courses will be canceled or rescheduled if fewer than 15 participants have registered by the early registration deadline of four weeks prior to the scheduled course date.

Special Needs Requests

If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this course, please contact us at least two weeks prior to the course date or prior to purchasing any online home study course so that arrangements can be made.

Course Completion

The course must be attended in full, and an online course evaluation summary and short post-test (with a passing score of 70% or higher) must be completed in order to receive a certificate of completion. Certificates of completion will be emailed after the online course evaluation summary and post-test have been completed  If you arrive late, or leave early, your certificate of completion will be adjusted for the number of CE hours you were in attendance. *For live stream courses, if you have your camera turned off (or you are not visible on camera) at any time for greater than 15 minutes, this time will be deducted from your total hours on your certificate of completion.

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Tuition is refundable less $50 if cancelled 14 days before the course date. Tuition is not refundable for registrations or cancellations within 14 days of the course. However, you may have someone attend in your place or attend on another date. If you choose to attend on another date, a $50 fee applies to transfer your registration. If you are a no show and we have no communication with you before the course you will forfeit your course tuition. PRI reserves the right to cancel a course and will refund the tuition fee only. *Please note: For Live Stream Courses, once course manuals have been shipped (or emailed to international attendees), there will be no refunds for cancellations.