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Cox Seminar in San Francisco January 21-22, 2012

January 18, 2012 19:52 by juliecoxcid

Join the Part I Cox Seminar, the first course in the certification series, on January 21-22, 2012. San Francisco will be home for a couple days, and Dr. Ralph Kruse will lead the didactic and hands-on instruction. You will appreciate the thorough review of biomechanics and anatomy, enjoy the nutritional aspects of spine pain, and be enthused to participate in hands-on flexion distraction training as both a "patient" and doctor.

Cox Seminars offer much in the basics of spinal pain understanding from today's options of surgery, non-surgical and the research studies to support them. The federally funded research behind Cox Technic supporting its science and evidence-based reputation are presented.

Haven Innovation is sending a brand new Cox Table Model 8 for us to use, too!

So join us in San Francisco for 12 hours of continuing education that you will be excited to apply in practice. Click here for more information and here to register.


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Cox Seminar in Nashville - Relieve Back Pain and Promote Wellness

August 31, 2011 09:48 by juliecoxcid

Interesting how wellness is all the rage today in healthcare, isn't it? But when patients are in pain - back pain, neck pain, related leg pain or arm pain, they want pain relief. Cox Technic is the chiropractic technique for that, and the Cox Seminar is the chiropractic continuing education seminar to deliver the information to successfully implement it in your chiropractic practice.

If you treat these spinal pain conditions, patients will come. You get them feeling better. They appreciate you. That's the time to introduce your tips on wellness to maintain their returned painfree (or less painful) lifestyle.

At the newly re-opened and renovated Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN, Dr. James Cox, developer of Cox Technic protocols, hosts a chiropractic continuing education weekend of Cox Technic for spine pain relief. He has enjoyed nearly 50 years of chiropractic practice and has grown his practice by treating back pain, neck pain, etc., then incorporating wellness tips as the patients come along. With today's emphasis on wellness, today's patients are even more receptive to this sort of discussion.

So, neurosurgeon, Rudy Kachmann, MD, has found much of the same in his years in surgical practice. Patients want pain relief then wellness. He tries to introduce wellness earlier to his patients as well as after care. You'll enjoy his presentation on how mind/body and wellness fit in the healthcare system. He discusses diet, yoga, meditation, books, and other conservative, wellness approaches to pain relief and control.

Then, several Cox Technic certified practitioners are going to present actual patient cases of pain relief and their discusses with patients once that is attained. A few of them will share how they work interdisciplinarily within their local communities.

And a bonus is that Dr. Ram Gudavalli, Cox Technic flexion distraction's researcher, will be there with his pressure measuring transducer for all to see as well as present new information not yet published from research studies.

This weekend will be packed with great, practical information on patient examination, diagnosis, treatment, wellness, and research. Cox Technic is highlighted as well as chiropractic's being the profession to see for spinal pain issues, the door to wellness along with pain relief.

Read more about the weekend, then register today!

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Course to Recertify in Cox Technic Worthwhile

April 5, 2011 09:39 by juliecoxcid

Once every two years, certified chiropractic physicians in Cox Technic are asked to re-certify to remain listed as active in the referral directory. Attending a course or writing a case report for publication is all that is required.

A recent attendee to the Part I Orlando Cox Seminar for re-certification said this:

I am a Cox® certified doctor who has had the new [Cox7] table for over 4 years. I was amazed at how much I learned on improving my technique. If you have not returned to Cox Seminars in a while, you will be impressed by how much you will learn in areas you thought you had mastered. As you all know Dr Jim doesn't not sit still, and the research is constantly getting better.

Cox Technic strives to keep on top of the most recently published medical research as well as keep in tune with the on-going federally funded and other funded research in chiropractic. In just the past 6 weeks, new information from the laboratory has been shared in the lectures. So exciting!

Consider a Cox Technic course soon. The calendar offers courses Part I, II and III around the country: Boston, St. Louis, San Diego, Nashville, Chicago and more.

  • Part I - introductory, non-disc related conditions, biomechanics, examination, diagnosis, step-by-step instructor-guided hands-on application
  • Part II - continuation of Part I principles with more emphasis on the disc-related conditions, Dr. Gudavalli presents the latest in Cox Technic (flexion-distraction) resesarch and allows time for each participant to use the pressure transducer to measure his or her application of proper pressures
  • Part III - Open to anyone to attend, Part III features Cox Technic in the clinic, in the research realm, in the healthcare community. Dr. Cox and Dr. Gudavalli present the latest information and research. Clinical case reports are presented by Dr. Cox as well as certified doctors. Unique practice situations are discussed (interdisciplinary clinics, military integration, hospital integration, etc): how they came about, if the situtations were initiated by the chiropractor or just came about. Interesting and inspiring. 
Each weekend of Cox Seminars offers glimpses into the world of the chiropractic back pain specialist who implements Cox Technic successfully.

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