Browse our curated list of professional members to find qualified vestibular practitioners in private practice in Canada. The qualifications of prospective professional members are categorized as follows:
- Practitioners who have passed at least one competency-certified formal exam. Acceptable courses include: Emory/APTA, Pittsburgh/APTA and AIB courses or other equivalent post-professional coursework with formal exams.
- Practitioners who have completed several in-person post-professional courses without formal exams, or equivalent mentorship training.
Note: Practitioners who have completed only a one or two-day vestibular training course, or only on-line courses, are not accepted as professional members.
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