Vestibular rehabilitation has become an integral part of therapy practice over the past two decades. However, due to both the rudimentary nature of many school curricula in this area and the abundance of in depth information available, it is easy as a clinician to become overwhelmed and frustrated. This course simplifies the information available and outlines a systematic approach to vestibular rehabilitation that any level of clinician can use to understand, assess, and treat the most common forms of vestibular pathology. This includes the conditions of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), unilateral and bilateral vestibular loss, and central pathology. By the end of this course you should have the understanding and tools you need to assess and treat these conditions without the need of expensive equipment or facilities.