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Cox Webinar Features Treatment Demonstration for ICD-10 Code Disc Classifications

October 23, 2015 14:10 by juliecoxcid

Join Dr. James Cox for this special hands-on demonstration webinar of live treatment protocol demonstration as the protocols relate to the ICD-10 code classifications. You may also ask questions throughout!

October 28, 2015

12:30pm EST

Wednesday

Register now! 


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Chiropractic Recorded Course: Cases & Treatment with Cox Technic Flexion Distraction

August 19, 2013 14:11 by juliecoxcid

Dr. James Cox presented a webinar that included cases from his clinical practice and demonstration of their treatment on The Cox8 Table by Haven Innovation:

 

  • degenerative scoliosis with osteoporosis
  • compression fracture care and options
  • disc herniation, spianl stenosis
  • disc extrusion

 

It's always a comfort for both the doctor and the back pain patient to see that other doctors and patients have successfully dealt with the same condition or combination of conditions successfully for relief of pain. Dr. Cox shares the history, examination findings, imaging, diagnosis, treatment and ancillary care (exercise, nutrition, belt, electrical stimulation, hot/cold therapy, etc.)

In a practical way, Dr. Cox shows that these cases come into the chiropractor's office seeking relief and can get it.

The recording is now available of this presentation of 4 cases. Click here to register. You will receive personal log-in instructions and codes to watch the recording on your own time, computer and pace. 


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July's Case Report - Failed VAX-D Patient Gets Relief with Cox® Technic

July 13, 2010 20:21 by juliecoxcid

Dr. Robert Rice presents the case of a patient suffering with an L4/5 disc protrusion with scoliosis who was treated for a year with VAX-D with little relief.  Following Cox® protocols, Dr. Rice states reports that "The patient has attained 50% relief of pain in twelve visits, and four weeks of care. She states she has noticed a decreased sensation of heaviness in her low back and has also noticed that she can stand for longer periods of time with decreased low back pain."

Read the whole report which includes pre and post-treatment MRI images at this link.

Thanks for writing, Dr. Rice!

   

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American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons - Try Acupuncture or Chiropractic

July 13, 2010 20:19 by juliecoxcid

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons states that "acupuncture or chiropractic manipulation can also be attempted" prior to surgery for stenosis.  [from    http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00329 accessed on 6/8/09, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons website, "Lumbar Spinal Stensosis"]


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Cox® Technic Relieves C6/C7 Disc Herniation Neck and Arm Pain

May 18, 2010 22:02 by juliecoxcid

Drs. Gudavalli and Kruse report on a 33-year-old man who complained of severe neck pain and spasms, pain radiating down his left arm and upper back, and associated numbness in his fingers. Clinical examination and MRI radiological examination find that a moderate-sized left posterolateral disc herniation at C6/C7 which is causing severe foraminal stenosis.  The patient was treated a total of 15 times in 10 weeks. Subjective findings using a pain scale and objective examination findings supported a good clinical outcome. At 2-year follow-up, subjective and objective findings remained stable.

Description and image: http://www.spineuniverse.com/conditions/spinal-stenosis/what-spinal-stenosis


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Cox® Technic for Neck and Arm Pain Radiculopathy

March 26, 2010 14:36 by juliecoxcid

Shoulder pain and arm pain and arm pain that may even go all the way to the hand and fingers can be frustrating. Sometimes people think that it's just from overexertion or an arm muscle pull. Sometimes, though, the pain may be the result of nerve compression in the cervical spine. A disc herniation ("slipped disc") could be the culprit. Stenosis could be the culprit. The physician can differentiate the cause and help with Cox® Technic Flexion-Distraction and Decompression Adjusting. 

In a retrospective study of 39 patients treated in one physician's office, Cox® Technic provided statistically significant relief of pain. The Visual Analog Scale ("On a scale of 1 to 10 with one be no pain and 10 being the worst pain, what is your pain today?") reports by the patients showed reduction in pain. The mean number of treatments was 13 (+/- 8 treatments). The treatment protocol was Cox® Technic and physical therapy modality (ex: ice or electrical stimulation or other). 

This study of cervical spine radiculopathy patients with pain down the arm below the elbow is a stepping stone to larger studies of its kind to document the relief attainable with Cox® Technic. Cox® Technic and its physicians and researchers strive to document the protocols, outcomes and biomechanics for the best clinical outcomes.

For more information on Cox® Technic flexion-distraction for cervical spine pain and cervical spine pain radiculopathy, please visit http://coxtechnic.com/homepage/cervicalspine.html . 

(source: Schliesser JS, Kruse RA, Fleming Fallon L: Cervical radiculopathy treated with chiropractic flexion distraction manipulation: a retrospective study in a private practice setting: Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 2003; 26(9):592-596)


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Cox® Distraction Manipulation Effective for Stenosis Pain Relief

March 10, 2010 00:49 by juliecoxcid
Murphy, Hurwitz, Gregory, and Clary report on a study of a non-surgical approach to lumbar spinal stenosis management that includes distraction manipulation, neural mobilization and exercise. (in BMC MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS 2006; 7:NIL_1-NIL_8) This report reveals that distraction manipulation improved lumbar spine stenosis patients by 76% and disability improved in 73%. The patients were treated an average of 13.3 times. Murphy et al present this paper as a starting point for more studies on stenosis. They report encouragement that such a combination as this for stenosis is positive.

The goal of Cox® Technic is to open the canal space that is narrowed in spinal stenosis. Stenosis sufferers appreciate the relief.

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1397818/


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