Saturday, January 14, 2017

17 Years Experience, 17 Courses, 100% proceeds to team-trevor!

We are committed to helping others overcome dizziness and we love Trevor.  That is why we are launching our online business by committing 100% of the proceeds of the first 17 courses to team-trevor.  We have seen Trevor overcome balance and dizziness problems since his battle first began at four years of age. We have watched him place his faith in the Lord and not allow cancer to hold him down. He is an overcomer, a fighter, and a young man who doesn't allow the circumstances of life to steal his joy. He is the perfect example of the kind of outcomes our business seeks to attain.  Check out our company sponsor page on his site.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Online on demand Vestibular Rehab CE course approved for PTs/PTAs, OTs/COTAs coming soon!

After 17 years of training, studying, and working with clients with dizziness, we are excited to announce that our online continuing education course will soon be available!  Stay tuned as we are awaiting approval through the OPTA for PTs and PTAs and the OTPTAT board for OT and COTAs.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Time to move on!

As we make changes and grow our product, we continue to be dedicated to all who are battling dizziness. We are excited about the new opportunities to train other health care providers! Updates are coming to our blog.   It is time to say goodbye to our old blog image and description:


"dizzy!?" is dedicated to those who are battling or who have battled dizziness and balance disorders in one way or another.  The exclamation point represents the intense fear and tension a person feels when they first experience dizziness.  The question mark represents all the confusion that occurs finding help and trying to figure out why the dizziness is present in the first place.

"dizzy!?" is written from the perspective of Physical Therapist, Andy Beltz, who has worked primarily with people who have dizziness and balance disorders since the year 2000. This blog should not be used as a tool to diagnose or treat a health problem you may be having. You should see your Medical Doctor to be diagnosed or go to the Emergency Department if you are not sure why you are dizzy.