Professor: Dr. Adam Harcourt
The main objective of this module is to review the clinical anatomy and neurophysiology of the peripheral and central pain pathways responsible for cranial pain perception. Emphasis will be placed on the neurological influences of multiple organ system function as it pertains primarily to the production of the most common craniofacial pain syndromes. The most common syndromes involving head pain from migraines to trigeminal neuralgia will be reviewed. Afferent pain pathways from the face will be reviewed in regards to their structure and function. Chiropractic applications specific to cranial pain will be presented.
Continuing Education (CE) –
This module is approved for DC CEUs in the following States:
Minnesota, Florida, Oregon, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, Montana, Indiana, Washington, Delaware, Utah, Massachusetts, Colorado, and Connecticut.
Apply for CE:
If you do not see your state and you would like to apply for continuing education for this module. Please fill out and return this form 100 days before the module: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ciforms/CE+REQ+FORM+2017.pdf
***Live-Stream scheduled for Eastern Standard Time***
January 13, 2018
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
January 14, 2018
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Venue: Pittsburgh, PA Live-Stream
This module will be live-streaming from Pittsburgh,PA. Streaming Information:
- Log into your account on carrickinstitute.com (Remember your username is your email)
- After you're logged in, hover over the tab called "My Account" on the right hand side.
- Select the option "My Live-Stream Learning" and click it.
- Select your registered course.
- You should see the module appear on the day of the class and the chat on this screen. Wait for the seminar to begin.