Assessing and Treating Cervicogenic Dizziness
Start: 25th July 2022 @ 19:00pm
End: 25th July 2022 @ 20:00pm
Howbury Business Park, S, England
Join Dr Jake Cooke, MChiro, MScAPP, DACNB, FEAC, for this free live webinar, where he will be discussing Assessing and Treating Cervicogenic Dizziness.
Dizziness is common in general practice, but diagnosis can be challenging, especially when the patient’s description of their dizziness can be vague. Cervicogenic dizziness (CGD) is relatively uncommon compared to BPPV, vestibular migraine and other causes of dizziness. Therefore, it requires a high level of skill to be sure of an accurate diagnosis. Understanding the presentation of CGD is the key to treatment.
• Understand why cervicogenic dizziness is so difficult to diagnose.
• Learn what other conditions you need to rule out before making a diagnosis.
• Learn how you can assess cervicogenic dizziness.
• Discuss how to create your treatment plan.
About Dr Jake Cooke
Dr Jake Cooke graduated from the AECC in 2009 and passed the American Chiropractic Neurology Board exams in 2014. In 2021, he completed his Masters in MSK Neuroscience with a focus on chronic pain and dizziness/balance disorders. He’s the Chairman for the European Academy of Chiropractics neurology special interest group, with the goal of showing how neurology can be used to improve your assessment, treatment and outcomes.
Neurology lies at the heart of movement, balance, posture and pain. Jake’s goal is to make neurology simple and useful, not only for the weird and wonderful cases, but for every patient you see in practice. Neuroscience helps us to understand and explain what our patients are experiencing and how to help them. Neurology doesn’t need to be a complex subject, full of hard to read and remember words and pathways. It can be taught in a way that is logical, easy to learn and apply.
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