Headaches & Pain
Date: 22-23 July 2017
Presented By: Neuroseminars
Early bird ends 19 June
This seminar will acquaint you with the mechanisms underlying headache disorders. It will also teach you how to treat in a way that will provide quicker and longer lasting results for your headache patients.
For most manual therapists, the role of neurology in the diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders is largely confined to ruling out serious pathology. Although there generally exists an awareness that the trigeminal pain pathway plays a major role in headache disorders, very few practitioners know how to apply this concept clinically beyond simply treating aberrant cervical spine and TMJ biomechanics.
12 CPD Hours
Registration: Saturday 08:45
Lunch and refreshments included
Terms and Conditions
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