Wed, 1 August 2012
How can you recognise when the cervical spine is involved in a patients headache? How can you treat headaches caused by cervical dysfunction? What role does manual therapy play in their treatment? When and how should you treat their cervical motor control?
In this podcast, Ken Niere and David Pope discuss cervicogenic headaches, effective physio treatment, and how to recognise the difference between cervicogenic headaches, tension type headaches and migraine.
Ken Niere is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with over 25 years’ clinical experience in the assessment and treatment of spinal disorders. He is a senior lecturer in the School of Physiotherapy at La Trobe University, where he has taught spinal musculoskeletal physiotherapy at undergraduate and postgraduate levels since 1989.
Ken is an examiner for the Australian College of Physiotherapists and he recently contributed to and co-edited a book on headache, orofacial pain and bruxism. His special interests include the diagnosis and management of headaches and neck disorders, and he has lectured on these topics in Australia and overseas.
Tags: Cervicogenic headache, cervical spine, headache, tension type headaches, migraine, physiotherapy, ken niere, physio, differential diagnosis, la trobe university, australian college of physiotherapists, david pope, physioedge, podcast, assessment, treatment
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