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Clinical Anatomy of Cervicogenic Headache

Clinical Anatomy of Cervicogenic Headache

Clinical Anatomy of Cervicogenic Headache

Dr Gregory Cramer DC, PhD
Dr Gregory Cramer DC, PhD
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

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Launch date: 13 Mar 2015
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Last updated: 04 Mar 2019

Reference: 147203

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Dr Sarah Kelly DC (4 Dec 2018)
Excellent presentation. Dr. Cramer is an outstanding lecturer who injects a little bit of humor into a very dense topic.
Leah Weber (3 May 2017)
Excellent!
Betty Lok (27 Jun 2018)
I found the course to be difficult material but presented in a good teaching manner

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This session uses a case presentation to guide the viewer through the clinical anatomy of neck pain referring to the head, causing headaches. Pain generators that can lead to cervicogenic headache are described with emphasis on those most commonly seen in practice, particularly those seen in whiplash-type injury. The concepts and mechanisms of somatic neck pain referring to the head are discussed. The session concludes with a description of several specific syndromes where disorders of the neck cause head pains and headache.
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Objectives

Objectives
After viewing this session the clinician/viewer will:
• know the pain generators and terminology related to cervicogenic headache
• understand the concepts and mechanisms of cervicogenic headache
• know the patient scenarios most commonly associated with cervicogenic headache
• be familiar with several specific syndromes that lead to cervicogenic headache
Dr Gregory Cramer DC, PhD

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Dr Gregory Cramer DC, PhD
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Gregory D. Cramer, D.C., Ph.D. graduated from The National College of Chiropractic [now National University of Health Sciences (NUHS)] in 1979 and was in clinical practice for five years with his father, David Cramer, DC, before pursuing a career in research and teaching. He received his Ph.D. in Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy) in 1987 from The Medical College of Ohio at Toledo (now University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences) and then began teaching and conducting research at NUHS, where he is currently Professor and Dean of Research. He is interested in human and animal research designed to determine the mechanisms of action of spinal manipulation and promoting evidence-based/informed CAM practice. He has worked on over two dozen federally and privately funded research projects related to these goals. He has received several awards for research and teaching, including the 2005 American Chiropractic Association Researcher of the Year Award, and has published over 150 abstracts, papers, and book chapters. He is co-author of a text entitled, “Clinical Anatomy of the Spine, Spinal Cord, and ANS,” the third edition of which was published in 2013.

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User Reviews (5)

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Dr Sarah Kelly DC (4 Dec 2018)
Excellent presentation. Dr. Cramer is an outstanding lecturer who injects a little bit of humor into a very dense topic.
Leah Weber (3 May 2017)
Excellent!
Betty Lok (27 Jun 2018)
I found the course to be difficult material but presented in a good teaching manner
Dr Marc Lucius DC, DACNB (22 Dec 2017)
Very relevant to daily practice
Dr Kurt Kuhn DC, PhD, MS, MS-ACP (20 Dec 2017)
Would like a handout of the slides.

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