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NEW (More) Cox Technic Webinar Recordings Available

November 7, 2011 14:13 by juliecoxcid

They're ready! Recordings of Cox Technic Webinars are ready for you to view at your leisure. Dr. James Cox presents webinars on special topics for chiropractic physicians dealing with back pain, neck pain and  wellness care. The newest recordings available are

  • CLINICAL SPINAL NUTRITION
  • PATIENT DOCUMENTATION in the Cox Technic System of Spinal Pain Management
  • FAILED BACK SURGICAL SYNDROMES (FBSS) Part I

Cox Technic is an evolving system of evidence-based protocols to enhance the chiropractic spinal pain relief clinical outcomes. Dr. Cox passionately studies the published medical research about spinal examination, biomechanics, diagnosis and various approaches to spinal pain relief. He appreciates your enthusiasm in studying with him.

For more information about these recorded Cox Technic Webinars, please click here.


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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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Evidence-Based Protocol for Back Pain and Neck Pain Relief

September 26, 2011 10:51 by juliecoxcid

Healthcare costs and healthcare demands are all the talk today. Families struggle with healthcare decisions. Politicians and insurance companies are changing the system. Doctors are changing their office protocols to meet the new guidelines. It's hard to keep up for everyone. But for your health, you know that evidence-based protocols are those that you want for your loved ones when they hurt.

Evidence-based protocols come from documentation by clinicians and researchers seeking an answer to help sufferers. When it comes to back pain and lower back pain and neck pain sufferers, Cox Technic strives to provide the evidence-based protocols to make a difference in your lives. Researchers from prestigious universities and research centers (click here to see some of the federally funded projects and who is involved) work together to document the biomechanical (answering the question: what happens during Cox Technic?) and clinical (answering the question: how long does it take to get relief?) of Cox Technic.

Systematically, researchers and clinicians work to define the evidence-based protocols that will relieve back pain and neck pain without surgery or drugs when possible. When a doctor implements evidence-based protocols in his or her clinical practice, patients can feel a bit more assured that there is a level of science and understanding behind those protocols and find reasonable relief of pain. All persons involved know what to expect and what to do when those expectations are not met.

Evidence-based medicine and clinical protocols are the present and the future of healthcare. If something works, it will likely be used and paid for. If it doesn't, it likely won't.

If you suffer with back pain or related extremity pain or neck pain, contact a Cox Technic certified physician to discuss your condition and expectation of relief. Cox Technic treatment protocols are safe and gentle.

If you are physician seeking to implement an evidence-based protocol in your spine pain practice, contact us for information on educational opportunities and training seminars, research, and publications about the evidence-based protocols of Cox Technic.


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Back Pain Specialists Are In Demand!

September 26, 2011 10:32 by juliecoxcid

Have you heard about back pain lately? Friends? Family? Football players? Even politicians are having back pain.

Do you hear about surgery and drugs for back pain relief? Sure. Do you want drugs and surgery for back pain relief? No? Many people are with you there. If surgery can be avoided, many want to do that.

Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression Spinal Manipulation is a non-surgical back pain relief protocol. Its protocols seek a logical amount of relief in a logical amount of time - 50% relief in 30 days - or further tests or imaging studies or surgical consultations will be arranged. Many people experience  50% even 100% relief of pain in that time of 30 days or less (often less!). When you hurt, any % of pain is a relief.

Cox Technic protocols call for this time to heal as it takes time to drop intradiscal pressures to be below the 20mm that cause symptoms like back pain, leg pain, neck pain, arm pain. Hirschberg wrote that it takes 3 months for a disc to heal. Now he doesn't say that back pain continues through that whole time, but he does write that time of low intradiscal pressures and irritation are needed for back pain relief. Cox Technic respects that. You get pain relief and tips on how to control your back pain condition so your visits are limited.

To see a back pain specialist in your area who offers Cox Technic, please click here for the certified Cox Technic physician referral directory.


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