Cox® Technic Seminars are offered throughout the US and the world.
- Certification in Cox Technic - LUMBAR SPINE: - 30 CE hrs - Attend Parts I and II, pass exams
- Certification in Cox Technic - CERVICAL SPINE: - 12 CE hrs - NEW! Attend the full course, pass exams
- Part I - 12 CE hrs - Introductory course: click here for Part I syllabus
- Part II - 18 CE hrs - In-depth with a focus on disc conditions and stenosis as well as hands-on application refining click here for Part II syllabus Certification Test is offered at Part II only!
- Parts I and II COMBINED courses - 30 CE hrs - 4 days offered ONLY in Fort Wayne, IN
- Part III - 12 CE hrs - Specially designed courses with various topics related to spine care click here for Part III syllabus
- Hands-On workshops - 4 CE hrs available CA, GA, NJ, OH, Canada - designed for refining hands-on application of Cox® Technic Click here for dates and locations. | Hands-On Workshops syllabus. | Use these Workshops for PART of your Re-Certification process. (At least 2 attendees need to be registered for a workshop to take place. Please contact us with any questions 800-441-5571.)
- Special presentations - State association meetings, homecomings, and other events - click here for more info
- Webinars - with Dr. Cox and guests - FREE, LIVE!, RECORDED - with/without CE hrs - click here for more info
- CE is applied for US-based courses for all states Except: AL (40 days), AR (70 day), HI (55 days), NM (40 days), OK (100 days), TX (70 days), WV (40 days). If you are seeking CE for these states, we would have to file for CE at least the # of days above in advance. There may be an extra fee associated with CE filing for these states.
- *Please review Registration Notes before registering for a course.
|The Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists accepts attendance at Cox® Seminars by F/D Enterprise LLC for their Fellows to pursue re-certification status in the ACO. |
*Important Notices on CE and Registration Conditions
We are required to carefully monitor attendance at the course:
- You will receive CE hours for the hours you are in attendance in the lecture room.
- Each Seminar Registration includes filing for CE hours for ONE STATE.
- Additional state CE filings are $25 each.
CE CREDITS: CE is applied for via National University of Health Sciences for all US states except: AL (40 days), AR (70 day), HI (55 days), NM (40 days), OK (100 days), TX (70 days), WV (40 days). If you are seeking CE for these states, we would have to file for CE at least the # of days above in advance. There may be an extra fee associated with CE filing for these states.
Cox® Technic Complete (CTC) Subscribers:
Congratulations! We are pleased to offer the seminar discount!
Your status as a subscriber will be verified upon confirmation of your registration. You must be a subscriber of the program when you register as well as when you attend to receive your 25% seminar discount. The discount does not apply to the examination fee for Part II nor to additional states' CE filings. Those are flat fees. For more information on Cox® Technic Complete, please visit the website
Every attempt is made to offer this program as publicized. However, F/D Enterprise, LLC, and/or the NUHS Postgraduate Division reserve the right to adjust program dates, locations, times, instructors, etc., to accommodate unexpected faculty or student needs and cancel due to insufficient enrollment. F/D Enterprise, LLC, and NUHS are not responsible for any expenses incurred by registrants due to program adjustments or cancellation.Registration Cancellation/Transfer Policy:
All registrations are non-refundable. If you cannot attend the selected and registered on-site seminar, you may transfer your paid credit towards a future on-site seminar within a year of the initial payment date. YOU CAN NOT TRANSFER PAID CREDIT TOWARDS WEBINARS, ONLINE COURSES, OR HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS. There is a $50 registration transfer fee plus any difference (if applicable) in tuition for the future course.
Part II Attendance & Certification:
Part II must be taken within 2 years of your Part I attendance.
Students Who Take Part II By Exemption from Part I:
Students who take and pass successfully a course in school about flexion-distraction (Syllabus must be on file with Cox® Technic.) from an "Active" Certified
physician/instructor are exempt from taking Part I if they take the Part II course within two years of graduation.
Definition of Student and Doctor (DC) for Registration:
A student is anyone studying toward his or her 1st degree in a chiropractic college and has not yet graduated. A graduate is a doctor.