Headaches Triggers and Treatments

David teaches this seminar with passion after suffering from debilitating headaches and chronic neck pain for over 20 years and is today pain free. He will show how to design customized treatment plans and educate your headache suffers using posture analysis and trigger point charts. The techniques you learn can be used immediately. David will keep you engaged with his “easy-to-learn and user-friendly style”. Join David for another fun, energetic and information packed seminar.

David Kent
David Kent is the founder of Kent Health Systems. He has developed a line of products to assess, educate and document the myofascial causes of pain. David’s systems are used throughout the world by hospitals, medical, dental, chiropractic, physical therapy clinics and professional sports teams. David opened his clinic in 1992 and continues to treat patients. He teaches Full Body Gross Anatomy Dissection seminars at the University of South Florida and also teaches Manual Therapy and Practice Building seminars. He is a regular contributor for numerous trade journals on topics including dissection, postural analysis, trigger points, manual therapy and practice building.

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