It's an all too common diagnosis, and often these patients are frustrated, fatigued, and feeling hopeless. Learn how to quickly identify the type and cause of your patient’s dizziness.


Bridget Kulick is a physical therapist with over 25 years of experience in all types of physical therapy settings throughout the country. She received a Masters in Physical Therapy at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia and holds the APTA Competency Certificates in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Advanced Test Interpretation and Cervicogenic Dizziness. She is currently practicing at a hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where she started their vestibular rehab program 10 years ago. Her experience includes owning a private practice for four years, where she specialized in balance and dizziness disorders, and she was on the Board of Directors for VEDA (Vestibular Disorders Association) for 6 years. She teaches vestibular-related graduate physical therapy courses, and she is a frequent lecturer to physicians, healthcare professionals and the general public about balance and dizziness disorders. She is on an advisory panel for a community-wide falls prevention program, and she has been featured on the radio, television and in the newspaper talking about balance and dizziness disorders.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Bridget Kulick is employed by Aurora BayCare Medical Center. She is a guest lecturer for Concordia University.  She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Nonfinancial: Bridget Kulick is a member of the advisory board and a guest lecturer for Stepping On, a community based program for fall prevention. She is a member of the Vestibular Disorders Association.