TRAVIS EDWARDS, PT, MPT,  is a clinician, author and educator who currently serves as a clinic manager for CarePartners Health Services with teaching responsibilities in vestibular rehabilitation and neurodevelopmental treatment in the Doctoral Physical Therapy Program at Western Carolina University. Additionally, he serves on the board of the Western North Carolina Falls Coalition, which is dedicated to reducing the risk of falls in older adults. Travis has completed the rigorous Competency Certification Program in Vestibular Rehabilitation at Emory University Medical Center and is the lead therapists at CarePartners Balance and Vestibular Center. His clinical practice focuses on vestibular rehabilitation, dizziness and balance and falls prevention. He most recently co-developed a balance and falls-risk screening program that encompasses multiple service lines including inpatient, home health and outpatient programs. He combines an eclectic clinical approach with academic experience in applying evidence based principles to the examination and management of vestibular dysfunction. He continues to write and teach in the areas of vestibular rehab, dizziness, and balance and falls related issues while remaining an invaluable resource to his community and the state of North Carolina.