Artmis Youssefnia, PT, GCS, CAPS, CEEAA received her physical therapy degree from SUNY at Stony Brook. She is Senior Level II in the vestibular therapy department at Rusk Institute Concussion Center: NYU Langone Health System. She also works in the home care setting for the geriatric population; focusing on patients with cardiovascular and pulmonary disease, vestibular dysfunction and risk for falling. She has over 20 years of experience working with patients with mild TBI/concussion, cardio/pulmonary disease and vestibular dysfunction. She is an adjunct professor for Cardiovascular Pulmonary Examination at NYU/Steinhardt Physical Therapy school. She is a Board Certified Geriatric Specialist, Certified Aging in Place Specialist by NAHB and an APTA Certified Exercise Expert for the Aging Adult and has an extensive history of community based and academic lecturing. Most recently, she presented at the APTA’s 2019 Combined Section Meeting on Persistent Postural Perceptual Dizziness and was featured on Sirius XM: Dr. Radio Otolaryngology show.