Balance & Dizziness Workshop

Falls are the leading cause of nonfatal injuries requiring medical attention in the U.S. The good news is that many falls are potentially preventable.


May 12, 2022, 6:00pm-7:00pm


Lake Oconee Rehabilitation PT

117 Harmony Crossing

Suite 4

Eatonton, GA 31024

What You'll Learn


Come hear Brian Prell, PT, MS, RRT from Lake Oconee Rehabilitation Physical Therapy and Dr. Kimberly Hoffman from Advanced Audiology & Hearing Care talk about how a comprehensive, evidence-based approach can potentially eliminate balance and dizziness challenges.

During our time together you'll discover:

  • The different causes or influences that may be contributing to your balance and dizziness challenges.
  • How to identify areas in and around your home that contribute to a heightened fall risk.
  • What a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to identifying contributing factors looks like.
  • How an individual therapy program can be developed, and applied, returning you to your previous level of activity prior to dizziness symptoms.

Meet the Team

Brian Prell, PT, MS, RRT

Brian E. Prell isn’t just passionate about physical therapy. He’s passionate about the way they do physical therapy at Lake Oconee Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, the outpatient physical therapy clinic he founded in 2009. Brian believes his job is to be a diagnostician, and he desires to walk with each patient on their health journey, sorting through the secondary issues to find the primary cause, thus moving patients from where they are to where they ought to be.

Brian graduated with his Master of Physical Therapy from the University of North Georgia, Dahlonega in May 2002. He received additional education through the University of Wisconsin in Vestibular Rehabilitation, after which Brian developed a continuing education course for physical therapists entitled, “Treatment of Vestibular and Non-Vestibular Balance Disorders,” which he taught throughout the Southeastern United States. Brian has also taken advanced coursework in manual therapy, utilizing the Maitland Australian Physiotherapy technique.  Prior to transitioning into private practice, Brian worked with Physiotherapy Associates in Cumming, GA as a staff therapist, before being promoted and tasked with opening, developing, and directing the Physiotherapy Associated Athens location in 2005.

Learn more about Brian and the team at Lake Oconee Rehabilitation Physical Therapy here.

Dr. Kimberly Hoffman

Dr. Kimberly Hoffman is the owner and audiologist at Advanced Audiology & Hearing Care.  Dr. Hoffman is invested in the community in which she lives and serves. She is dedicated to providing her patients with the best hearing healthcare, and is passionate about finding the best hearing solutions for her patients given their individual audiometric, listening and lifestyle needs. "Having an opportunity to make a difference in someone's life and to help them connect with their family and friends is very rewarding. My staff and I are dedicated to giving all patients the best customer service experience each and every day. Our patients are our extended family and we want them to always feel our support in order to help them thrive in every way."

Dr. Hoffman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Services with a minor in Psychology and Certificate in Gerontology from Ohio University and a Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from Central Michigan University. She served as a clinical audiologist and supervisor at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Head and Neck Institute in Cleveland Ohio prior to moving to Georgia in 2004. She is a resident of Putnam County and has been serving the Lake Oconee community for the past 18 years.

Learn more about Dr. Hoffman and the team at Advanced Audiology & Hearing Care here.

Ready to achieve greater health?

Book your seat at our Balance & Dizziness Workshop by filling out this form, or by calling us directly at: 

(706) 920-3343.

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