Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 24320
  Title Manual therapy for the management of headache disorders [audio lecture]
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Journal DC Tracts. 2015 Spring;27(1):2-4
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Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Audio Lecture
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Lecture 1 Outline:
Introduction and background information: Prevalence of headache disorders; Cost of headache disorders; Quality of life
Classification of headache disorders;  Primary; Secondary
Other painful cranial neuropathies, facial pains and headaches
Overview of manual therapy: Joint-biased; Soft-tissue-biased; Nerve biased
Therapeutic mechanisms of manual therapy: Joint-biased; Soft-tissue-biased

Scientific evidence for the clinical application of manual therapy: Clinical trials; Cervicogenic headache; Tension-type headache; Systematic reviews
Evidence-based practice recommendations: Migraine headache; Cervicogenic headache; Tension-type headache

Dry needling: Definition; Categories; Localized twitch response; Therapeutic mechanisms; Evidence
Clinical prediction rules for manual therapy: Definition; Examples for manual therapy; Cervical manipulation for neck pain; Thoracic manipulation for neck pain

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