Karen Lambert graduated from MCP Hahnemann University with a Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2000 and returned to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Drexel University in 2014. She received Board Certification in Neurologic Physical Therapy from the American Physical Therapy Board of Clinical Specialties in 2006 and was recently re-certified in 2016. Her primary interest in patient care and research is in neurologic diagnoses. She has participated in many research projects in concussion management and vestibular rehabilitation. She served as the Officer in Charge of the Traumatic Brain Injury Section of Physical Therapy Services at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center from 2007-2010. Karen has presented across the country on the topic of vestibular rehabilitation as part of the Military Vestibular Assessment and Rehabilitation course, the APTA’s Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation and the APTA’s Concussion: Need to Know information for Physical Therapists, and as well as other conferences. In addition providing patient care at Bodies in Balance PT, Karen also currently serves as the Vestibular Program Lead for the Hearing Center of Excellence providing clinical and research guidance to the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration.