NeuroLogic Education presents : Integrative Therapies for Headache and Migraines

NeuroLogic Education presents : Integrative Therapies for Headache and Migraines


– Do you want to see more headache and migraine patients and build a reputation as the headache guy? Hi, my name is Dr. Carlo Rinaudo, chiropractor and PhD candidate and it’s with great excitement that NeuroLogic Education presents the upcoming seminal event of 2019, Integrative Therapies
for Headache and Migraine in Sydney March 1-3, 2019. We’ve assembled, undoubtedly,
the most prominent and influential practitioners in the field of chiropractic,
physiotherapy, psychology, integrative medicine, researchers and clinicians in the field. You’ll hear from Professor Gwen Jull, internationally acclaimed researcher with over 300 publications,
40 book chapters and three textbooks talking about neuromuscular dysfunction. You’ll also get to see first-hand how Dr. Dean Watson,
researcher and clinician of over 26,000 hours and developer of the Watson Headache Approach who’s successfully treated
over 8,000 patients. Both Drs. Jull and
Watson will be presenting an extensive session on theory, hands-on practicals and a live headache patient assessed and treated on stage. This means that you’ll
see how to translate that knowledge into clinical competency and patient success. If that wasn’t worth
the price of admission in itself, you’ll also hear from Dr. Peter Tushin, one of the most respected researchers and clinician in the field of headaches and the role of spinal
manipulative therapy has in the management of headaches. You’ll also get to experience a full day of integrative therapies and nutrition with chiropractor, naturopath and nutritionist Dr. Damian Kristof. A great case from integrative GP and President of ACNEM,
Dr. Christabelle Yeoh. You’ll also be one of the first to hear and see where things are heading in clinical neuroscience, neuromodulation therapies. Dr. Roberta Chow, a world-leading medical clinician and researcher
in low-level laser and pain management,
will be there to present. You’ll also get to
experience practical topics on transcranial stimulation and vagal stimulation. We’ve got a session on biopsychosocial aspects of pain and
headaches and, finally, Dr. Tushin will be showing you how to take all this amazing information and start to implement
it on Monday and develop a successful patient-centric
business model. Over three days, you’ll walk away with a huge arsenal of
evidence based knowledge and, most importantly,
the clinical competency to manage those most challenging cases that no-one else can manage. Over 22 and a half hours, you’re gonna add to your toolkit the following. The latest research
including spinal manipulation safety so you can have confidence in the care you provide
and ensure an effective communication with your
patients and colleagues. Clinical pearls on the
initial presentation so you can target the
problem with a few quick questions, triage the next steps and be efficient with your time. Distinguish yourself from normal cervical manual therapies by
learning how to desensitize or quieten down the brainstem of a primary headache sufferer by
using a scientifically validated cervical intervention. We’re fortunate that
we’re getting an insight into this as the content has rarely been presented outside
of more advanced courses. Enhancing your assessment of neuromuscular dysfunction of the neck including neck and shoulder musculature
and spinal control which will ensure more accurate and effective treatments. How to incorporate nutrition
and supplementation into your patient care including what foods to avoid, what supplements work for headaches and migraine sufferers. More and more patients are asking about advanced neuromodulation techniques like laser, transcranial stimulation and vagal stimulation. Don’t get left behind and make sure you hear from the leading researchers and clinician in these areas so that you can be able to integrate these with your more chronic cases. If pain is a brain based perception and not merely a dysfunction of muscle or joint, what else can you do to help patients in pain? Many chronic pain patients
will never be resolved unless you address the
biopsychosocial aspects contributing to the headaches. This is why we’re including
a cognitive behavior therapy session on how you can effectively include each principle
into your patient care, and, finally, integrating
a patient-centric model of business management. Too often we attend seminars with a bunch of information, not
sure how to make it work both clinically and financially. We’ll break this down
to more common mistakes what to do, what not to do in a thriving, in an environment that’s sometimes quite challenging. This assembly of line-up of speakers hasn’t been repeated and probably unlikely to be repeated so make sure you reserve your seat as space is limited. The location is at Central
Queensland University in Sydney, March 1-3, 2019. Go to www.neurologiceducation.com.au to find out the full list of speakers, topics and to register
for these very few seats that we have available. So, I hope to see you there. Bye for now.

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