Cameron Jadali, PT, DPT, is a physical therapist who recently completed a neurologic residency program at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. As part of Emory’s neurologic residency, Cameron treated patients in a variety of settings including Neuro Intensive Care Unit, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Outpatient Vestibular, General Outpatient Neuro, and Parkinson’s/Movement Disorders Clinic. Cameron also lectured and lab assisted in Emory’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy Adult Neurorehabilitation Course during the Fall 2017 semester. Cameron is moving to Saint Louis, Missouri, to accept a job with Washington University in Saint Louis where he will be starting a vestibular and concussion clinic. Cameron believes that gaining a patient’s perspective and learning what truly motivates them can be a powerful treatment tool and build strong relationships between patient and clinician.
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