Diagnosing Cervicogenic Headache

Free practical & printable tool with the must-have info

Jerry Hesch, DPT, MHS, PT

Neck pain can be debilitating for your patients…

Proper diagnosis and treatment are difficult to find, so their symptoms often go on and on for years without long-term relief.

These patients present with a wide range of symptoms: from neck pain and headaches, to sensory hypersensitivity, dysfunction in motor performance, sleep impairment, and even impaired cognitive function – making diagnosis a tricky puzzle to decipher.

That’s why Dr. Jerry Hesch has created this simple guide to help you diagnose one of the most challenging conditions: cervicogenic headache.

This practical and printable tool puts must-have information (including clinical presentation and red flags!) right in your hands.

Download your free copy today!


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Explore the latest and most relevant research regarding interventions for whiplash, headaches, TMJD and more! Working with live patients, Dr. Jerry Hesch provides step-by-step instruction on how to use gentle spring testing techniques to evaluate the cervical spine. This innovative model provides a logical, integrative system that quickly and efficiently improves patient outcomes.
Meet the Expert:
For over 40 years, Jerry Hesch, DPT, MHS, PT, has specialized in treating individuals suffering from acute and chronic pain from hypomobility and dysfunction in joints throughout the body, integrating care within a BPS and Neuro-biomechanical framework. He founded The Hesch Institute for Treatment, Research, and Education in Aurora, CO to treat complex patients and share is evidence-based whole-body approach. A fundamental effort of the Institute is to demystify manual therapy providing simple, effective, user-friendly interventions. This practical approach is one of the safest, most effective methods you will find that dramatically improves cervical spine dysfunction with brief treatment.

Jerry has presented over 100 workshops in the USA, Canada, and Europe, including state, national, and international conferences. He has published books on treating the whole-body and the lumbopelvic complex. In 2020, he published a third book chapter on the upper cervical spine (in Human Movement, Lundgren, Johansson).

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Topic: How-to | Pain | Physical Therapy | Success | Tools

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