Advanced Clinical Reasoning in the Assessment and Management of Upper Cervical Spine and Head Disorders – Vancouver

Date, time & location

September 17, 18, 2022 – U of T, 500 University Ave. Room 730, Toronto, ON
September 24, 25, 2022 – UBC Department of Physical Therapy: Friedman Building, Vancouver, BC

Toronto times:
Saturday 11-4:30
Sunday 8:30-4:30

Vancouver times:
Saturday 8:30-4:30
Sunday 8:30-4:30

Course Instructors

Dr. Trudy Rebbeck
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (Australian College of Physiotherapists)

Roxanne Azoory
Musculoskeletal Fellow (Australian College of Physiotherapists)


Course Content

Join Dr.Trudy Rebbeck and Roxanne Azoory to advance your knowledge and clinical reasoning skills in the differential diagnosis of:

  • Headache disorders (including migraine, tension type headache (TTH), cervicogenic headache (CGH), post traumatic headache, temporomandibular disorder (TMD) headache)
  • Dizziness (including concussion, vestibular, cervicogenic and vascular causes)
  • Complex upper cervical disorders including whiplash

Participants will have the opportunity to advance their practical skills and competence in the assessment of complex upper cervical spine disorders including assessment of articular, neuromuscular, neurological, pain, brain, and vestibular systems.

Evidence-informed management strategies of complex upper cervical spine and head disorders will be presented to provide participants with a broad range of interventions including highly targeted/specific manual therapy techniques, tailored cervical spine exercises, vestibular rehabilitation, sensorimotor training, motor imagery and management of pain sensitivity.

Be sure to register for this unique live in-person 2-day course with internationally renowned instructors with extensive clinical and research experience.

* This course is recommended for physiotherapists with at least 5 years of practice experience.


CPA Orthopaedic Division member = $675CAD + tax
Non-member = $695CAD + tax

Register for Vancouver Course September 24, 25, 2022