Upon completion of Module 1, participants should be able to:
- Recognize the most commonly occurring craniofacial pain disorders.
- Complete a comprehensive history and examination of the craniofacial pain patient.
- Understand the more commonly used diagnostic tests and when to implement them.
- Make a provisional diagnosis based on patient complaints.
By the end of Module 1, participants should also have acquired, improved, and/or updated their knowledge of and ability to understand the clinical relevance of head-and-neck anatomy, recognize and diagnose dental-alveolar pains, and develop a treatment plan for the craniofacial pain patient.
14 approximate CE Credit Hours