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Certified Doctors Invited to Present Cases at Part III Courses

January 18, 2012 23:20 by juliecoxcid

Calling all certified Cox Technic physicians! Consider presenting a case at Part III Cox Seminar when you come. It doesn't take that much to prepare a 10 minutes case. Snap a picture here and there of the xrays or MRIs with your digital camera, even the patient's spine if it's of interest. Share the history, examination and diagnosis. Describe your flexion distraction treatment and its clinical outcomes. It's fun! These cases are the most exciting part of the Part III weekends anymore!

Join Dr. Cox and Dr. Gudavalli (at most of them) and share your clinical experiences. Dr. Cox will give you all the latest spinal research publications that impact your practice and share a few cases of his own. But everyone knows he has cases. This is your chance to share your clinical cases.

Let Julie know if you are willing to do this. Send your powerpoint to her 3 weeks prior so she can make notes. Then just be ready to share at a Cox® chiropractic continuing education seminar!

Dates and registration are online. Contact Julie at juliecoxcid@coxtechnic.com if you have any questions!

Oh - 12 hours of CE credits are arranged with our co-sponsor, National University of Health Sciences PLUS you get recertification credit!


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NYCC Weekend with Dr. James Cox: Specializing in Back Pain Relief with Spinal Manipulation

October 24, 2011 23:18 by juliecoxcid

New York College of Chiropractic graciously hosted 12 hours of chiropractic continuing education with Dr. James Cox for those chiropractic physicians who chose to come learn more about chiropractic spinal manipulation and chiropractic spinal care.

Dr. Cox highlighted clinical patient cases to start. Sharing details of the history, treatment plan and outcome intertwined with the latest in published medical research findings, Dr. Cox laid the foundation for the benefits of being a chiropractic back pain specialist, so called for in today's healthcare system.

Report after report, Dr. Cox shared details of the public's trust in chiropractic for musculoskeletal issues as well as chiropractic's success in dealing with them.

The NYCC chiropractic continuing education weekend of 12 hours went by so quickly!

For a calendar of future Cox Seminars discussing how to be a back pain specialist in your community, click here for a list of up-coming courses.


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Part II Cox Certification Course 2011 Coming

October 24, 2011 23:10 by juliecoxcid

Dr. James Cox is preparing a dynamic lecture mixed with straight-from-the-clinic patient cases, discogenic back pain condition details, a review of the non-discogenic conditions, hands-on practice for you. Plus he is having Dr. Gudavalli warm up the transducer for all of you to use, finetune and hone your application pressures for proper application of Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression. Plus you will get more time with the cervical headpiece and cervical spine flexion distraction protocols. Are you ready?

Join us on November 18-20, 2011, at National University of Health Sciences in SC1/Gym. The Cox Technic Certification Course Part II is a packed weekend you don't want to miss!

Click here for more details and here for registration.

18 hours of chiropractic continuing education credits are available as well.

See you soon!


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Cox® Seminar in Portland Oregon

August 7, 2010 00:26 by juliecoxcid

The Oregon Chiropractic Association is kindly co-sponsoring this Cox® Seminar on September 18-19, 2010. Dr. Lee Hazen leads this weekend in the discussion of the research support for Cox® flexion-distraction and decompression protocols as well as guides your hands-on practice with the protocols.

Some things to consider about Cox® Technic's being RESEARCHED and SUPPORTED:

- in at least 8 federally funded grant projectsLink
- the most current one involves studying the biomechanics of cervical spine f/d Link (project #3)
- documented that
  1. intradiscal pressures drop to as low as -192mm Hg
  2. intervertebral foramen opens 28%
  3. intervertebral disc height increases  Link
- a catalyst in drawing researchers together fromLoyola Stritch School of Medicine
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic Research Center
  • Hines VA Hospital
  • National University of Health Sciences
  • University of Iowa
  • University of Illinois

Come hear details of CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH OUTCOMES and learn effective HANDS-ON CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUE for lumbar spine, thoracic spine, and cervical spine. 

Dr. Lee Hazen, Dr. Cox's resident/associate/partner for nearly 10 years, leads this weekend of Cox® Technic biomechanics, examination, treatment protocol, and research support.

Portland OR
September 18-19, 2010 
12 hours CE  (co-sponsored by NUHS)
the new Hyatt Place at PDX
Topic: Cox® Technic Protocols for Spine and Radicular Pain Relief - Cervical Spine, Thoracic Spine & Lumbar Spine
For more information, please click here.
                     

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Cox® Seminar in Hawaii - February 2011

June 8, 2010 10:54 by juliecoxcid

More details will come, but the date has been set.

February 19-20, 2011 at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa where millions of dollars of renovations are to finish up by December 2010, just in time for our visit!

Plan to join Dr. James Cox as he makes a unique weekend presentation on current clinical and research topics influential to your Cox® spinal pain practice.

Check this link for the latest news and details on the Cox® Technic Seminar in Maui, Hawaii.

         


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Cox® Seminar in Boston - July 2010

June 8, 2010 10:39 by juliecoxcid

Join Dr. Ralph Kruse, our much published cervical spine and pregnancy back pain treatment author and instructor, in Boston this summer on July 17-18, 2010, for the Part I Cox® Technic Certification Course. Fro details on the hotel (the uniquely located Hyatt Harborside) and the fun to be found in Boston when you aren't studying with us, please click here.

The Part I course shares the foundation of Cox® protocols from the biomechanical influences to the diagnostic essentials to the treatment skills necessary to handle the disc herniation and stenosis patients as well as the non-disc related spine pain patients confidently. Treatment for lumbar spine and radiculopathy, cervical spine and arm pain, thoracic spine pain, pregnancy back pain are demonstrated. For a video description of the weekend, please click here.

Join us for the Cox® Technic Seminar in Boston!

                 Dr. Cox and Dr. Kruse


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