Tzvika completed his BPT in Haifa University (Israel) in 2004 and in 2006 travelled to Adelaide (Australia) to do his Master degree in Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. Practicing today in a private practice, his main interest is treating cervical spine dysfunctions, headaches and orofacial pain and disorders, incorporating dry needling as one of the main clinical tools. His practice is based on the important combination of current evidence, clinical expertise and patients’ needs, in order to provide the best individually tailored clinical practice. Tzvika is a member of the tutoring staff at the Tel Aviv University Physiotherapy clinical school. Since 2008, Tzvika has being teaching private post-graduate courses in the realm of cervical spine, headache and orofacial pain and rehabilitation. In 2012, Tzvika has commenced his PHD studies at Tel Aviv University, researching the involvement of the cervical spine in orofacial pain syndromes and primary headaches. This project is aiming to develop clinical prediction rules to recognize headache patients that are most likely to response well to cervical spine based rehabilitation. Tzvika has joined the DGSA group in 2013 together with Maya Abady.