Cranio cervical

Kraniozervikal2 2

The craniocervical region as part of a chain

This module is mainly practically orientated and links to the other CRAFTA®-modules and is a part of the CRAFTA®-Curriculum.

The following themes will be discusses and practically exercised:

  • Overview oft he actual classification in headache and their practical interpretation
  • Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the craniocervical region
  • Neuromusculoskeletal tests of the craniocervical region
  • Differentiation tests craniocervical versus temporomandibular-facial-neural regions
  • Clinical patterns of migraine, tensions type- and cervicogenic headache
  • Cervical instability, occipitalis major nerve, hypoglossus nerve, glossopharyngeal neurogenic pain will be explained and in group work elaborated
  • Neuromusculoskeletal treatment and management strategies

Length: 3 days

Credit points:
For CRAFTA®-certified therapists this course means 30 credit points.

Requirements:
Minimal 4 weeks of manual therapy education by an approved manual therapy education program
Minimal CRAFTA®-module 1 or headache in children course

Kraniozervikal4Attention:
This course is for manual therapist no revision of the curriculum of the manual therapeutic education, it gives supplementary notes concerning (complex) neuromusculoskeletal dysfunctions of the head-, face-, and neck region.

Teacher:
Pieter Westerhuis, BSc,PT,MT ,Principal Teacher IMTA® und CRAFTA®

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