Three Keys To Finding The Right Provider

Three key questions to ask a provider during the first session to see if he/she can treat your HA pain:

  • Are you able to properly assess for tension HA’s/cervicogenic HA’s:
  • Test C1-2 rotation in the clinic and provide me with a measurement?
  • Can they reproduce my pain in the clinic?
  • Does the plan of care involve a significant amount of time with hands on treatment?
  • Certified in manual therapy (not necessary but definitely helps)
  • Minimum 20 minutes of hands on treatment restoring upper cervical mobility
  • How many patients with HA pain do you see in a week
  • 1-2 is ok
  • 3-5 is better
  • 5-10 and they are a sure bet

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