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Dry Needling Proposed Mechanism with Cervicogenic Headache Case Example

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This webinar will introduce participants to the proposed mechanisms of dynamic integrative needling from peripheral, spinal segmental, and central needling approaches within a clinical reasoning framework. We will also discuss a case example of a patient presenting with cervicogenic headaches. Through the lens of modern pain science, attendees will be educated on the potent anti-nociceptive effects that dry needling can offer to patients with painful musculoskeletal disorders.

Learning Objectives:

  • Have a foundational understanding of the peripheral, spinal segmental, and central mechanisms to needling.
  • Determine within a clinical reasoning framework when dry needling may be a beneficial adjunct to therapeutic movement interventions and manual therapy.
  • Be able to describe the anti-nociceptive effects of dry needling as presented through a cervicogenic headache case presentation.

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