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Demonstrate the clinical signs, exam findings and symptoms of fibromyalgia and myofascial pain.
Be able to identify the difference between chronic migraine and fibromyalgia.
Illustrate the frequent tender points for fibromyalgia and common trigger points for myofascial pain in patients with cervicogenic headaches.
Demonstrate competence in understanding the differential diagnoses for fibromyalgia, chronic migraine, myofascial pain and chronic widespread pain.
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I learned a great deal as a result of this course.
The content related to the objectives.
The course provided practical suggestions I can apply to my practice.
The faculty was knowledgeable and articulate.
The methods and format were appropriate and effective.
As a result of this program, I plan to make changes to my practice.
Financial relationships were disclosed by speakers.
Any off-label or investigational uses were disclosed.
The program was free from commericial bias.