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Cervicogenic Dizziness: Diagnosis and Treatment by Dr. Jake Cooke

Course Date

Start: 02-03-2024 @ 9:00 am

End: 02-03-2024 @ 5:00 pm

Course Location

Hotel van der Valk Eemnes
Rijksweg 2
3755 MV

Course Description



A 1-day hands-on seminar to become a better chiropractor and learn everything about cervicogenic dizziness!

What you will learn:

Cervicogenic dizziness (CGD) is one of the most difficult conditions to diagnose. Before making a diagnosis you need to rule out other more common forms of dizziness like vestibular migraine. During this seminar you’ll learn how to perform a complete neuromuscular examination and implement a vestibular rehab program for CGD and other common causes of dizziness.

The course has been designed to empower all participants to gain the knowledge and skills to confidently treat cervicogenic dizziness patients following this weekend.

Date and Hours

Saturday 2 March
08:30 – 09:00     Registration
09:00 – 17:00      Seminar


Hotel van der Valk Eemnes
Rijksweg 2 Laren
3755 MV Eemnes


€ 299,-  early bird (till 31 December)
€ 369,- normal

Full time student

€ 199,-

Please contact us at for a discount code and send us proof of university enrollment

CPD points

7 points accredited by the EAC (ECU) and SCN

Extra information

Please bring a portable bench if you are able to

Presented by

Dr. Jake Cooke

Jake Cooke teaching neurology seminar cervicogenic dizziness

Dr. Jake Cooke is a diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board and completed his Masters in MSK Neuroscience in 2021. He’s the current Chairman for the European Academy of Chiropractic’s 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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