Barry Morgan, PT

I will share my extensive experience with the treatment of vestibular patients

For the past 10 years I have been specializing in treating patients with dizziness and balance disorders. I have implemented vestibular and concussion programs and developed a systematic approach to the evaluation and treatment of these disorders for positive outcomes. I have extensive experience with Eng testing and work with Neurocom Equitest, Balance Master and ImPACT concussion testing. I am continually assessing the validity of specific diagnostic testing procedures and techniques. I want to extend my knowledge to therapists who want/need to work with this particular patient group and to minimize their learning curve time by providing a variety of clinical resources. It is my intention to teach therapists how to appropriately utilize differential diagnosis and develop appropriate treatment plans for success. -Barry Morgan, PT

Continuing education course instructor for North American Seminars


North American Seminars PTA, OT, COTA, PT continuing Education Courses

Here is some additional information about Barry Morgan, PT


Barry Morgan, PT received a BS degree in Anatomy from West Texas State University and a BS degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas. Since 1986, he has practiced in a variety of neurologic and orthopedic settings. He is currently working independently as a vestibular therapist and balance consultant in his own practice and has been a national seminar educator since 2003. He has extensive experience in interpretation of vestibular testing, computerized balance testing, video nystagmography and oculomotor testing. Barry finished a competency based course on vestibular rehabilitation from Herdman in 2004. He is highly skilled in the evaluation and treatment of patients with vestibular disorders and concussion syndromes. He has worked closely with the U.S. Military treating returning injured soldiers with vestibular and concussion injuries. In addition, he treats concussion injuries in the athletic population. He was involved in an NIH grant study on motion illness in 2006, and has also published research on BPPV in the Neuro-Otology Journal in 2007. Current research interests include vestibular treatment algorithms for a variety of vestibular conditions and continued BPPV research. He has presented several community education courses on balance and fall prevention and has provided free screening services for many local health fairs attempting to raise the awareness for the need for proactive exercise for elderly abatement of dizziness and imbalance, and proper diagnosis of conditions involving the vestibular system.