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Cervicogenic Dizziness & Headache.

An integrated physical rehabilitation approach for concussion & brain injury. With special guest presenter Dr Julia Treleaven and Associate Professsor James McLoughlin.

The course aim/objective is to ensure that at the completion of the course, the participant will
* Understand the role of the cervical spine as a contributor to dizziness and its importance post-concussion.
* Have a good understanding of the impairments in neuromuscular, movement and sensorimotor function which have been found to be associated with cervical disorders, particularly post trauma. 
* Develop a good understanding of the clinical reasoning process for differential diagnosis of cervical disorders and the treatment directives from the assessment.
* Develop clinical skills for the recognition of signs & symptoms such as headache, dizziness and visual disturbances of cervicogenic origin and methods for management.
* Develop clinical skills for the recognition and retraining of neuromuscular control in patients with cervical disorders including concussion.
Saturday 31st August and Sunday 1st September 9am to 5pm.  Morning tea, afternoon tea and lunches provided.


Administration Building - Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre
207-255 Hampstead Road, Lightsview , SA 5085

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