Recorded Online Courses/Webinars for Chiropractors

Cox® Technic Recorded Online Courses/Webinars are for the chiropractor in clinical practice, to study on your own time, at home or office!
  • Click here for (dc) LOGIN PAGE  This is a separate website just for taking online courses.
  • You will create your own account, by clicking NEW ACCOUNT
  • Click on the CATALOG tab, to see the list of courses
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  • Length: 1 hour (A few are 1.5 - 2 hours)
  • $40/course
  • You may "take" the course all in one sitting or in several sessions.
  • You will receive immediate access after you register/pay for a course. 
  • You will have 30 days access from the date you register/pay for a course.
  • All courses may be taken for Re-Certification.
  • CE credits are available for many states - Please check below BEFORE registering for a course! Not all states approve every course!
  • Online chiropractic insights from Dr. James Cox regarding the diagnosis, examination and treatment of back pain, neck pain, arm pain, leg pain, and failed back surgical spine pain will excite you to take on the next case that walks through your door!
Consider joining a LIVE! Webinar sometime, too!
 
 
RECORDED ONLINE COURSES/WEBINARS:
  1. Scoliosis: Degenerative and Idiopathic
  2. Neuroanatomical Innervation of the Spine AUDIO only
  3. Pathologies I in Chiropractic Practice 
  4. Pathologies II in Chiropractic Practice 
  5. Pathologies III & FBSS II in Chiropractic Practice 
  6. FBSS I (Failed Back Surgery Syndrome) in Chiropractic Practice
  7. Research & History of Cox Technic
  8. Patient Documentation for the Cox Technic System of Spinal Pain Management
  9. Spinal Nutrition
  10. Spondylolisthesis, Transitional Segment, and Bertolotti's Syndrome
  11. Cervical Spine: Part I - Biomechanics, Diagnosis, and Treatment
  12. Cervical Spine: Part II - Biomechanics & Treatment Demonstration
  13. Low Back Pain: Research, Cases, and Demonstration
  14. Spinal Cysts (Synovial, Tarlov, Discal): Diagnosis, Differentiation, Treatment
  15. Scoliosis: Degenerative and Sciatic: Research, Bracing, Cases, and Treatment
  16. Cervical Spine: Degenerative Joint and Disc Disease (with discussion of Syrinx)
  17. Pelvic Pain and Organic Dysfunction: Relief with Flexion Distraction
  18. Cervical Spine: Research Updates, Patient Cases, and Treatment Demonstration
  19. The Subluxation: PLUS Rotation Effects on Spinal Elements
  20. Free Fragments & Chemical Radiculitis 
  21. Examination of the Low Back Pain Patient - test by test
  22. Examination of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine Pain Patient - test by test
  23. Patient Cases #1: CS Cord Edema, Spondylolithesis, LS Free Fragment
  24. Patient Cases #2: Scoliosis, Post Vertebroplasty/Kyphoplasty, TS/CS Disc herniation
  25. Neuroanatomy of the Spine: Part 1
  26. Neuroanatomy of the Spine: Part 2
  27. Neuroanatomy of the Spine: Part 3
  28. Patient Cases #3: Scoliosis, Disc Herniation, Disc Extrusion, Compression Fracture
  29. Clinical Cases and Current Research Fall 2013
  30. Disc Degeneration and Regeneration: State of the Current Research Findings 
  31. When to Refer for Back Surgery: PART I Considerations & Cases
  32. When to Refer for Back Surgery: PART 2
  33. When to Refer for Back Surgery: PART 3
  34. TOP 10 Imaging Findings in the Chiropractic Practice Beyond the Disc Herniation
  35. Leg Length Inequality, Compensatory Lovett Scoliosis, Foot Mechanics And Orthotics
  36. Treatment Demonstration #1: C1 to S1
  37. Treatment Demonstration #2: Far Lateral Disc, Free Fragment, T4 Syndrome
  38. Osteoporosis and Nutrition
  39. Treatment Demonstration #3: Back Pain Classifications: Quebec, Pfirrmann, Modic (Case: Large L5S1 Extrusion)
  40. Treatment Demonstration #4 - Common Drugs Back Pain Patients Take Plus CS Treatment Demo
  41. MRI Basic Physics and Interpretation
  42. Part I - Section 1 - RECOMMENDATION: Take Part I courses in sequence.
  43. Part I - Section 2
  44. Part I - Section 3
  45. Part I - Section 4
  46. Part I - Section 5
  47. Part I - Section 6
  48. Part I - Section 7
  49. Part I - Section 8
  50. Part III (1) - Section 1 - NOTE: Could take these individually though in sequence is recommended. (Sec. 1 topic: Nerve supply, nerve pressure, pain modulation, introduction to course theme)
  51. Part III (1) - Section 2 - Synovial Cyst cases and Pregnancy related back pain (live patient presentations)
  52. Part III (1) - Section 3 - Pelvic Pain and Organic Dysfunction
  53. Part III (1) - Section 4 - Back Surgery: procedures (neurosurgeon), outcomes, live patient cases
  54. Part III (1) - Section 5 - Interdisciplinary practices with Cox Technic physicians
  55. Part III (1) - Section 6a - Neurosurgeon's talk on Mind, Body and relation to wellness
  56. Part III (1) - Section 6b - Neurosurgeon's talk on "Fraud of Chronic Pain"
  57. Part III (1) - Section 7 - Cox Technic - research, use in clinic, protocols, demo, patient cases
  58. Part III (1) - Section 8 - co-management of cases, closing comments, research update
  59. Afferentation #1
  60. Afferentation #2
  61. Afferentation #3
  62. Cox Technic: Evidence Based Practice for Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Spine 
  63. Afferentation #4
  64. Chiropractic and the Immune System
  65. Cervico-Thoracic Spine Diagnosis and Treatment  
  66. Cox Technic for Neck and Back Pain
  67. ICD-10 Coding and Disc Classification
  68. Applying Spinal Manipulation to the ICD-10 Codes
  69. Spondylolisthesis, Doming of the Diaphragm for Hamstring stretch, treatment, cases, nutrition
  70. Cox® Technic: It's More Than You Think It Is! Neck and Back Pain Relief
  71. Cervical Spine V - 2016 CS Webinar Series - Session 1
  72. Cervical Spine VI - 2016 CS Webinar Series - Session 2
  73. Cervical Spine VII - 2016 CS Webinar Series - Session 3
  74. Cervical Spine VII - 2016 CS Webinar Series - Session 4
  75. "I know what's wrong with you, and we can help!"
  76. Headache, Cervical Spine and Spinal Manipulation - Part 1
  77. Headache, Cervical Spine and Spinal Manipulation - Part 2
  78. Open Forum: Q&A with Dr. Cox
  79. Osteoporosis: The Neglected Condition - Part 1
  80. Osteoporosis: The Neglected Condition - Part 2
  81. COX® TECHNIC: The Evidence-Based Neck and Back Pain Relief System
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DESCRIPTIONS:
 
 
1. Scoliosis: Degenerative and Idiopathic  
  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents a discussion of the various options for relieving and managing scoliosis, both degenerative and idiopathic. He demonstrates treatment of these conditions, shares patient case videos, and the latest research information on scoliosis care. A PDF of the slides is downloadable with this presentation. TREATMENT DEMONSTRATION included. 
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour, 21 minutes
    • Originally presented: summer 2009
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2. Neuroanatomical Innervation of the Spine: AUDIO only
  • Description: Dr. Cox gives a lively discussion of the influence of ligands, back pain, nerves and treatment of patients in pain.
 
3. Pathologies I in Chiropractic Practice  
  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents patient cases from his clinical practice, featuring imaging, history, examination findings, treatment (chiropractic and other) outcomes. With supporting references for the diagnosis and treatment of found pathologies, Dr. Cox is sure you will find this hour most interesting.
  • Presentations will include aortic aneurysm, multiple myeloma, lymphoma (Hodgkins' and Non-Hodgkins'), ivory vertebra if Pagets Disease, prostate METS, eosinophilic granuloma, aneurysmal bone cyst, ochronosis, metastatic disease, spinal tumors, and synovial cyst seen in clinical practice for the purpose of understanding these diseases better and recognizing them to refer for more help as necessary. No treatment demonstration. 
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour
    • Originally presented: June 29, 2011
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4. Pathologies II in Chiropractic Practice  

  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents more patient cases from his clinical practice, featuring imaging, history, examination findings, treatment (chiropractic and other) outcomes. With supporting references for the diagnosis and treatment of found pathologies, Dr. Cox is sure you will find this hour most interesting.  This presentation will include scleroderma, fractures of the spine, x-stop, IDET, cage fusion, and other common pathologies seen in clinical practice. No treatment demonstration.
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour 
    • Originally presented: August 3, 2011
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5. Pathologies III & FBSS II in Chiropractic Practice  
  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents patient cases from his clinical practice, featuring imaging, history, examination findings, treatment (chiropractic and other) outcomes (depending on the case). With supporting references for the diagnosis and treatment of found pathologies, Dr. Cox is sure you will find this hour most interesting.
  • Presentations will include bone tumors, ankylosing spondylitis, neuroblastoma, TB of the thoracic spine, and other common pathologies seen in clinical practice as well as post-surgical cases of fusion, x-stop, arachnoid cyst, laminectomy, scar tissue, plate fusion, disc prosthesis, etc. No technique demonstration. 
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour
    • Originally presented: August 30, 2011
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6. FBSS I (Failed Back Surgical Syndrome) in Chiropractic Practice 
  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents a discussion of current surgical procedures being done today as well as past procedures that have fallen by the wayside yet are still seen in a clinical setting demanding care. In working with our medical and surgical colleagues, the preferred term of "persistent post-surgical back pain" has not yet spread as far and wide as "failed back surgical syndrome," but we chiropractors can help the pain after back surgery that continues.
  • Cox Technic protocols are gentle and controlled, providing relief for these patients whom no more options may be open. The degree of relief realistically expected must be detailed to the patient at the outset of care. We do not cure many of these conditions, rather control them. Clinical cases from Dr. Cox's clinical practice will be presented with treatment demonstration.
  • Treating post-surgical patients is most rewarding for both the doctor and the patient who just want some relief and are most appreciative of any relief. We are studying the most costly condition in terms of money and suffering.
  • This lecture is future chiropractic flexion distraction and long y axis decompression for the most challenging case seen in chiropractic today – the post surgical spine.
    • Presenter: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour 
    • Originally presented: July 13, 2011  
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7. Research & History of Cox Technic
  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents presents a discussion of Cox Technic. Briefly, he will share the history of its development. Then, he will share the evolution and on-going research studies supporting Cox Technic Flexion Distraction.
    • HRSA research projects since 1994
    • NIH grants
    • FCER grants
    • Case Reports by chiropractic clinicians
    • Biomechanical effects of Cox Technic
  • A valuable hour highlighting the most exciting research documentation for Cox Technic, this webinar is one you won't want to miss.
  • No technique demonstration. 
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour
    • Originally presented: September 8, 2011
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8. Patient Documentation for the Cox Technic System of Spinal Pain Management

  • Description: Dr. James Cox will share the documentation of his patients from examination to the report of findings and spinal nutrition he recommends. In this webinar, Dr. Cox shares how he builds a rapport with patients from the moment they walk into his practice, working toward their pain relief and cooperation toward that goal. Always working toward active care, Dr. Cox's system of documentation and patient care involves his patients from day one: exercise, appointments, therapies, back school and much more.
  • Join Dr. Cox for this quick hour where he will share his nearly 50 years' experience of what works for him in keeping his patients on track toward pain relief.
  • No technique demonstration. 
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes
    • Originally presented: September 20, 2011
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9. Spinal Nutrition

  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents an hour discussion on clinical spinal nutrition. The discussion will share documented research papers about the nutrients essential to spinal health, bone health, bowel health, immune enhancement, and non-drug pain relief. Osteoporosis and disc degeneration will be discussed with regards to their nutritional demands and influences.
  • A few of the nutrients that will be presented are calcium citrate, perna canaliculus, glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate, flax, curcumin, white willow bark, devil's claw, and much more. Dr. Cox will share how supplementation combined with spinal manipulation may be even more beneficial to the patient.
  • No technique demonstration. 
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
    • Originally presented: October 27, 2011
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10. Spondylolisthesis, Transitional Segment, and Bertolotti’s Syndrome
  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents an hour discussion on the biomechanics, diagnosis and treatment of spondylolisthesis, its stability vs instability, transitional segment and Bertolotti's Syndrome. Common diagnoses in chiropractic clinical practice, these three spinal conditions call for careful examination and treatment to relieve and control the pain caused by these conditions. 
  • Dr. Cox will present some of the latest published findings about these conditions, demonstrate their findings radiographically, and give some insights into their treatment which may include flexion distraction, lumbar support belt, exercise, etc.
  • Treatment demonstration included.
    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour, 8 minutes
    • Originally presented: November 30, 2011

 

11.  Cervical Spine: Part I - Biomechanics, Diagnosis, and Treatment

  • Description: Dr. James Cox presents an hour discussion on key biomechanical factors that influence the diagnosis and treatment of cervical spine pain conditions. Neck pain and related radiculopathy pain are highlighted. Video presentation of treatment is planned, relying on the new webinar technology's delivery of the video to your computer.
  • As always, Dr. Cox sprinkles his presentation with some of the latest research relevant to the discussion. He will share patient cases, key diagnostic clues to be aware of then describe and demonstrate treatment.
  • Treatment demonstration included.
    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour
    • Originally presented: December 14, 2011

12. Cervical Spine: Part II - Biomechanics and Treatment Demonstration
  • Description: Dr. James Cox leads this hour long discussion of some recently published research that impacts the practice of cervical spine care and presents patient cases' imaging, exam findings and treatment protocols: Disc herniations, Klippel Feil, Thoracic Disc, Multiple Discs in CS, LS, TS. Video taped treatment demonstration is editted into the webinar recording so that you can see both.
  • Treatment demonstration included. 
    • "I enjoyed the webinar and especially the hands on and great explanations given along with the demonstration. Thanks!"
      • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
      • Time: 1 hour
      • Originally presented: January 25, 2012

13. Low Back Pain: Research, Cases, and Demonstration
  • Description: Dr. James Cox hosts this low back webinar from his personal home-office which is equipped with The Cox Table to demonstrate treatment as well as share slides via his computer.
    Research updates - He is going to first present some of the most recent and most exciting research published findings then patient cases, including imaging, history, treatment, outcome.
  • Planned cases (which may vary due to time constraints): Disc Herniation, Fracture, Motor Weakness, Bilateral Stenosis, Bilateral Radiculopathy, Radicular Pain on side opposite the herniation, Case report of a Post Surgical Low Back Followed for 16 years.
  • Treatment demonstration included.
    • "Thank you for the superb seminar. Wow. Dr Cox was on fire! I like the new look of the slides background and graphics. Keep it up. Amazing cases. Anxious to be attending the next webinar."
      • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
      • Time: 1 hour, 5 minues
      • Originally presented: February 15, 2012
14. Spinal Cysts (Synovial, Tarlov, Discal): Diagnosis, Differentiation, Treatment
  • Description: Dr. James Cox hosts this low back webinar from his personal home-office which is equipped with Haven Innovation's The Cox Table to demonstrate treatment as well as share slides via his computer.  Research updates - He is going to first present some of the most recent and most exciting research published findings about spinal cysts then patient cases, including imaging, history, treatment, outcome as they pertain to spinal cysts
  • Planned cases include Synovial Cyst, Tarlov Cyst, Discal Cyst – new!, Synovial and Tarlov in one patient MRI and plan film imaging are shared. The goal of this webinar is to share the latest on these cysts and help the clinician differentiate among them in order to plan for their best relieving treatment plan. Live treatment demonstration of lumbar spine protocols as appropriate for cysts.  
  • Treatment demonstration included.
  • Electrical Stimulation - Discussion of placement and use of galvanism and tetanizing currents in the care of cysts
    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour, 15 mins
    • Originally presented: March 14, 2012

15. Scoliosis: Degenerative & Sciatic: Research, Bracing, Cases, and Treatment

  • Description: Dr. James Cox hosts this low back webinar from his personal home office, fully equipped with Haven Innovation’s Cox Table to demonstrate treatment. Dr. Cox shares the latest information on scoliosis with regards to bracing (its effects on the curve and even surgical influence), diagnosis, treatment, nutrition and even psychology of the scoliotic patient. A short discussion of Schuermann’s and hyperkyphotic curves is touched on. He brings to this scoliosis discussion not the goal of correction but rather mobility and strength and pain relief. He shares patient cases – history, imaging, treatment plan and outcome. He shares treatment in the prone position, supine position and side-lying to accommodate curves and their relief. Join this recorded webinar for a quick hour of pertinent and current information on degenerative and sciatic scoliosis.
  • Treatment demonstration included.
    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour, 3 mins
    • Originally presented: April 11, 2012

16. Cervical Spine: Degenerative Joint and Disc Disease (with discussion of Syrinx) 

  • Description: Dr. James Cox shares research updates, discussion of syrinx, and then cervical spine degenerative joint disease. He is going to first present some of the most recent and most exciting research published findings (including Physical Therapists' manipulation plans for the cervical spine) then patient cases, including imaging, history, treatment, and clinical outcome as they pertain to cervical spine and extremity pain.
  • Treatment demonstration included.
  • Topics:
    • Syrinx – diagnosis, imaging, management, prognosis
    • Vertebral Artery
    • Resorption of Cervical Disc
    • Whiplash
    • Brachial itch
    • Disc herniation
    • NIH study of cervical spine biomechanics with Cox Technic
    • PHYSICAL THERAPISTS' plans for guidelines about managing and manipulating the cervical spine
    • MRI and plain film imaging will be shared. The goal of this webinar is to share the latest on cervical spine degenerative processes and conditions and share a relieving treatment plan.
    • Cox Technic treatment demonstration of cervical spine protocols. 
      • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
      • Time: 1 hour, 9 minutes
      • Originally presented: May 24, 2012
      • Teaching Methods: Powerpoint & Audio (44 mins.), Treatment Demonstration (15 mins.), Q&A (10 mins.)
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17. Pelvic Pain and Organic Dysfunction: Relief with Flexion Distraction
  • Description: Dr. James Cox introduces Dr. James Browning, a Cox Technic Flexion Distraction clinician for many years, who has devoted his professional life to the study and treatment of PELVIC PAIN and Organic Dysfunction (PPOD Syndrome). You have or have seen patients come through your practice over the years with these types of conditions - a wide range of seemingly unrelated symptoms of pelvic pain and accompanying disturbances of bladder, bowel, gynecologic and sexual dysfunction that routinely defy diagnostic explanation.
  • Patients from all over come to his private practice in Sutton's Bay, Michigan, for help. He then refers them back home to local Cox Technic certified doctors to continue care.
  • "Birds of a Feather" - Dr. Browning's passion for helping pelvic pain patients meets Dr. Cox's passion for back and neck pain!
  • So, in this overview webinar, you will enjoy Dr. Browning's brief presentation of the symptoms, examination findings, conservative treatment and outcome expectations for patients suffering with chronic pelvic pain issues.
  • No treatment demonstration. 
    • Instructor: James Browning, DC
    • Time: 1 hour, 2 minutes
    • Originally presented: June 13, 2012
    • Teaching Methods: Powerpoint & Audio (57 mins.), Q&A (5 mins.)
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18. Cervical Spine: Research Updates, Patient Cases, and Treatment Demonstration

  • Description: Dr. James Cox hosts this cervical spine webinar from his personal home-office which is equipped with Haven Innovation's The Cox Table to demonstrate treatment as well as share slides via his computer.
  • Research updates - He is going to first present some of the most recent and most exciting research published findings then patient cases, including imaging, history, treatment, outcome as they pertain to cervical spine and related pain.
  • Topics:
    • Stenosis
    • Myelopathy
    • Post Surgical
    • Disc Herniation
    • Disc Regeneration
    • Pain Patterns (head, neck, shoulders)
  • PATIENT CASES of cervical spinal fusion and disc herniation will be presented.
  • MRI and plain film imaging will be shared. The goal of this webinar is to share the latest on cervical spine degenerative processes and conditions and share a relieving treatment plan with the Cox Technic System of Spinal Pain Management.
  • Cox® treatment demonstration of cervical spine protocols is shown.
    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
    • Originally produced: July 11, 2012
    • Teaching Methods: Powerpoint & Audio (45 mins.), Treatment Demonstration (15 mins.), Q&A (5 mins.)
19. The Subluxation: PLUS Rotation Effects on Spinal Elements               
  • Description: This is a two part session:
    1. The Subluxation - He is going to first discuss the subluxation, its definition and its place in chiropractic. Tips on imaging and treatment will be shared.
    2. Rotation Effects on Spinal Elements - Dr. Cox will present research slides on the effects of rotation on the spine and the potential damage from side-posture adjusting. These findings on the effects of rotation on the disc will elucidate the premise behind Cox Technic protocols.
This engaging and well-documented presentation will feature a slide presentation with classic as well as more recent research on both the spinal subluxation and rotation as well as treatment demonstration.
Live treatment demonstration addressing subluxations in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. Plus an exciting patient case of degenerative thoracic scoliosis which includes examination, diagnosis and treatment demonstration: prone and side-lying.
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 8 minutes
  • Originally presented: August 22, 2012

20. Free Fragments & Chemical Radiculitis

Description: The Free Fragment & Chemical Radiculitis - As causes of low back pain and/or leg pain or neck pain and/or arm pain, the free fragment of disc and chemical radiculitis will be discussed as far as the examination findings, diagnosis indicators and treatment protocols as well as clinical outcomes. Dr. Cox will share cases as well. Dr. Cox also plans to share the autonomic nerve innervation and circulation. This will be a thorough review of neurogenic pain and radiculitis.

A short Live Cox® treatment demonstration of treatment protocols - Video presentation via his webcam from his personal home office of treatment is planned, relying on the new webinar technology's delivery of the video to your computer.
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
  • Originally presented: September 26, 2012
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21. Examination of the Low Back Pain Patient - test-by-test
Description - Dr. Cox goes test-by-test through the Cox® Examination form, sharing the algorithm of decision making for coming up with the accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. He discusses how each test is performed, what potential outcomes of each test mean, what the findings are based on and how the findings direct you to a diagnosis. He then transfers the examination findings into the diagnosis algorithm which then is plugged into the treatment plan algorithm to share with the patient and insurance company. This presentation features a slide presentation and a live demonstration of the tests. No treatment demonstration.
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 18 minutes
  • Originally presented: November 7, 2012
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 22. Examination of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine Pain Patient - test by test 
Description - Dr. Cox goes test-by-test through the Cox® Examination form for cervical and thoracic spine examination and diagnosis, sharing the algorithm of decision making for coming up with the accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. He discusses how each test is performed, what potential outcomes of each test mean, what the findings are based on and how the findings direct you to a diagnosis. He also shares some basic patient treatment plan and education tips.
This presentation features a slide presentation and a live demonstration of the tests. No treatment demonstration.
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 5 minutes
  • Originally presented: December 12, 2012
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23. Patient Cases #1: Cord Edema/Transverse Myelitis, Spondylolisthesis...

Description: This webinar presents the clinical findings, diagnostic imaging, diagnosis, treatment plan and treatment demo as well as clinical outcome of the following cases:

  1. Cervical spinal cord edema and transverse myelitis. History. Examination. Differential diagnosis leading to the diagnosis. Interdisciplinary care including Vitamin B12 therapy. He will present a discussion of Vitamin B12, Folate, and Homocysteine in treatment of spinal cord degeneration. How to diagnose a Vitamin B12 deficiency with MMA test is shared.
    • LIVE PATIENT CLINICAL ROUND - This REAL patient joins Dr. Cox in her case's presentation. He shares an extensive discussion of transverse myelitis, its diagnosis, interdisciplinary management of chiropractic and medical care as well as her current condition and treatment.
  2. L4 true spondylolisthesis with L5 transitional segment (Bertolotti's Syndrome). How instability affects treatment. Treatment demonstration.
  3. L5-S1 sequestered disc with left sided sciatica, no back pain, dysuria and motor weakness. The patient is referred by her medical doctor.Treatment demonstration.

Dr. Cox demonstrates the application of Cox® Technic flexion distraction and distraction decompression spinal manipulation for each of these cases.

This presentation of cases brings these textbook descriptions to life so you are ready to take them on in your own practice!
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 12 minutes
  • Originally presented: February 6, 2013
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24. Patient Cases #2: Scoliosis, Post Vertebroplasty/Kyphoplasty... 

Description: This webinar opens with a review of some exciting research publications from just this week that are applicable to clinical practice now, then he presents the clinical findings, diagnostic imaging, diagnosis, treatment and clinical outcome of the following cases:
  1. 74 y/o man with thoracolumbar scoliosis, advanced spondyloarthrosis from L2 to L5 resulting in spinal stenosis. Low back and left leg are the clinical symptoms. He stands in thoracolumbar spine flexed posture for relief.
  2. Combined thoracic and cervical spine herniated intervertebral discs in the same patient. A challenge.
  3. Post vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty thoracic spine pain.
  4. Advanced cervical spinal disc degeneration, spondyloarthrosis, facet degeneration and spinal stenosis resulting in neck, shoulder, and bilateral arm pain 

Dr. Cox demonstrates the application of Cox® Technic flexion distraction and distraction decompression spinal manipulation for each of these cases as well as trigger point therapy and long-y-axis (attended and unattended) with detentes of 1 second, 2 seconds, 3 seconds.

Why watch? - This presentation features a slide presentation as well as live demonstration of treatment that will bring these textbook descriptions to life so you are ready to take them on in your own practice!
  • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Originally presented: April 24, 2013
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25. Neuroanatomy of the Spine: Part I
Description: This is a deep topic. The neuroanatomy is complex, but so valuable to understand for clinical practice. Dr. James Cox presents this first segment of the neuroanatomy of the spine. He sets the foundation to build on in future webinars. He shares the intervertebral disc neurology, intraradicular autonomic nerve supply to the dorsal root ganglion and nerve roots via Kobayashi et al, the effect of neuroischemia on neural conduction, possible responses to flexion distraction decompression spinal manipulation, and chemical radicular clinical responses.
 
"I realize how much I have forgotten and the topic was over my head. This is fantasic material..." - K.B., DC
 
"I really enjoy getting the latest research available and putting in useful day to day implementation. Thanks!" - M.P, DC
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Originally presented: May 22, 2013
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26. Neuroanatomy of the Spine: Part 2 
Description: Dr. Cox picks up where he left off with a nice little review of the last sessions and builds on it. He discusses the effect of neuroischemia on neural conduction, possible responses to flexion distraction decompression spinal manipulation, chemical radicular clinical responses, generators of low back pain and radiculopathy, somatic and autonomic generated pain, and referred spine pain.
 
"Wow, wow, wow. It contains ALL the material to answer the never ending patient's questions: WHY? ... The information is so precious. Thank you again." - Dr. Sicotte 
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 7 minutes
  • Originally presented: June 19, 2013
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27. Neuroanatomy of the Spine: Part 3

Building on Part 1 & 2 of the Neuroanatomy of the Spine, Dr. James Cox will present this third part of the neuroanatomy featuring the

  • chemical and mechanical nerve and dorsal root ganglion irritation
  • afferentation and pyramidal response to autonomic, amygdala and hippocampal influence
  • chiropractic influence on spinal tract response   

"Some of the chemical mediators are responsible for symptoms of two of my patients (bladder and sexual disfunction). Everytime I am in a webinar with Dr. Cox I find insights that makes me even more confident to answer patients' questions."

  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 38 minutes
  • Originally presented: July 17, 2013
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28.  Patient Cases #3: Scoliosis, Disc Herniation/Extrusion, Compression Fracture 
Description: Dr. James Cox leads this practical mix of basic and advanced application course of Cox Technic protocols. He presents the exam findings, the diagnosis, the treatment demonstration and the outcome of patient clinical cases of back pain and leg pain...all from his home office which is equipped with The Cox8 Table by Haven Innovation.

Case 1. Osteoporosis and lumbar scoliosis and hyperkyphosis of the thoracic spine with advanced disc degeneration in a 73 year old female. 

Case 2. Degenerative dextrorotatory lumbar scoliosis in a 58 year old female with advanced degenerative disc disease. What manipulation options exist? Cox F/D distraction is shown.

Case 3. L5-S1 left paracentral disc herniation with pre and post MRI studies showing disc reduction. Is disc reduction size important for clinical outcome? Guest case by Steven Garber, DC

Case 4. L4-L5 disc extrusion absorbed under Cox Flexion Distraction Decompression spinal manipulation. Guest case by Ilan Sommer, DC

Case 5. Acute thoracic compression fracture 

    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour
    • Originally presented: August 14, 2013
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 29. Clinical Cases and Current Research Fall 2013 
    1. Peripheral neuropathy in a 76 year old female with L3-4 spinal stenosis and post surgical 10 years for back pain. Explanation of neuropathic pain, its origin, and treatment with Cox distraction manipulation will be shown. This case represents a common condition seen by chiropractors daily in clinic and will be most beneficial for attending doctors to learn. The Gemelli Obturator Internus Complex role in relieving this case will be shown. Hip pain is a challenge and this case will help our understanding of its cause and care
    2. Meningioma of the thoracic spine with clinical presentation
    3. Bertolotti's syndrome in a 48 year old man. Diagnosis, instability, accompanying cervical spine condition, and treatment will be shown
    4. Post surgical continued pain syndrome in a 68 year old female with right side foot drop. L3-L5 spinal fusion. What reasonable expectations can be made for such cases. See side lying Cox F/D decompression give the best clinical outcome. Guest case of Christophe Dean D.C.
"Very relevant topic and discussion on cases that are becoming more common in our practices. What a beautiful technic to address these tough cases. If only our whole profession would take up this kind of work we would dominate the world of spine care." - Dr. P
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Originally presented: November 7, 2013
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30. Disc Degeneration and Regeneration: State of the Current Research Literature
 
Dr. James Cox's keen interest the spinal intervertebral disc has pushed him to gather research on it all of his professional career, from its nutrition to its structure to its pain and pain relief. This course focuses on the degeneration and regeneration research as it stands now, without making any final proclamation as to its final course. He will present his collected literature on the latest and older trials of regenerating the disc and preventing and stopping disc degeneration.

This course will be of interest to attendees who treat back pain and neck pain and related spinal pain conditions. Disc degeneration is rampant. Disc regeneration is controversial but anxiously anticipated. Stem cells, nutrition, prevention strategies, cautions are all discussed.

So register to explore the current state of the intervertebral disc and its regeneration.

You can ask questions while he's going through the cases.

  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour, 7 minutes
  • Originally presented:  December 12, 2013
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31. When To Refer for Back Surgery: PART I Considerations & Cases

It's always a tough decision for both the back pain specialist physician and the back pain patient to make: when do I seek back surgery as an option?

Dr. James Cox shares some of the current and latest research developments in the world of back pain management to help answer the question "when do I make a referral for back surgery?"

Sharing the literature's findings is one thing, but putting all of them together for a patient is another. So Dr. Cox shares some actual patient cases to show when a decision was made to continue the path of conservative care and when the decision was made to consider (and even proceed with) back surgery. Making the referral at the right time and for the right patient is always best for all involved. 

Though you won't get to see all of his facial expressions, etc., on the recording like they do on the live webinar, this attendee shares the presentation:
 
"Dr. Cox was motivated - on FIRE. We could tell by his demeanor. The way he rubbed his hands and his facial expression. Pointing fingers, frowning and smiling. He LOVES his destiny. He was so vivacious and convincing. His voice intonation was  lively. I thought he was 35 years old."  - attendee comment

So register to explore the current state of back surgery decision-making and renew your passion for practice as a back pain specialist!

    • Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
    • Originally produced:  January 16, 2014
    • Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes
    • CE Credits: No  
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32. When to Refer for Back Surgery: PART 2

It's always a tough decision for both the back pain specialist physician and the back pain patient to make: when do I seek back surgery as an option?

Last time during the last webinar (Part #1), Dr. James Cox shared some of the current and latest research developments in the world of back pain management to help answer the question "when do I make a referral for back surgery?"

Sharing the literature's findings is one thing, but putting all of them together for a patient is another. So in this Part #2, Dr. Cox shares some actual patient cases to show when a decision was made to continue the path of conservative care and when the decision was made to consider (and even proceed with) back surgery. Making the referral at the right time and for the right patient is always best for all involved. 

  • bilateral leg pain
  • degenerative spinal scoliosis
  • myelomalacia
  • the differential diagnosis work of for mechanical vs chemical low back pain
  • synovial cyst
  • sequestration

Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
Title: When to Refer for Back Surgery  #2
Originally produced:  February 20, 2014
Time: 1 hour
CE Credits: No

 
33. When to Refer for Back Surgery: PART 3
 
Back surgery is a difficult decision most times for both the back pain specialist physician and the back pain patient. There are guidelines and algorithms to follow that can ease the process and comfort all parties as they move forward with a treatment plan whose final goal is pain relief. If a conservative route can meet that goal, great! If a surgical consultation and/or ultimate surgery meet that goal, great!

In this third and final installment of this presentation, Dr. James Cox continues to share actual patient cases that bring to light just how to integrate and implement the research recommendations and guides for "when do I make a referral for back surgery?" into the patient treatment plan. He presents these cases as examples of the thought processes and decisions that guided each of these cases:

  • sequestration (nutrition, surgery, post-surgical care)
  • chronic low back pain into hips and legs to feet
  • S1 radiculopathy, disc protrusion, neurotin not tolerated
  • multi-level disc herniations with severe radiculopathy
  • unremitting hip pain
  • low back pain, bilateral leg pain, weakness

So register to explore the current state of back surgery decision-making through these cases that you'll certainly recognize as ones like you see everyday. This recorded webinar is of value to the back pain specialist seeking evidence-based protocols to implement in his or her back pain practice today.

Instructor: James M. Cox, DC, DACBR
Title: When to Refer for Back Surgery  #3
Originally produced:  March 13, 2014
Time: 1 hour
CE Credits: No

34.  TOP 10 Imaging Findings in the Chiropractic Practice Beyond the Disc Herniation

Dr. James Cox puts his radiology hat on for this webinar. In addition to his being a 50 year chiropractic physician and developer of Cox Technic Flexion Distraction, he is also a radiologist. Since his professional clinical life has closely been related to the spine, his radiology skills in spinal imaging are keen. Physicians can trust his insights on spinal imaging.

In this webinar, he shares a TOP 10 LIST of diagnostic imaging pathologies chiropractors see in their practices that point to causes of back pain and leg pain and neck pain and arm pain that are not disc related. A post surgical continued pain case will be included as well. Osteoporotic fractures, myeloma, cysts, and more are presented.

Dr. James Cox combines his clinical wisdom with his radiology love of the spine to present this useful TOP 10 list with you. 

    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR 
    • Title: Top 10
    • Originally presented:  April 17, 2014
    • Time: 1 hour, 8 minutes
    • CE: No
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35. Leg Length Inequality, Compensatory Lovett Scoliosis, Foot Mechanics And Orthotics

Dr. James Cox presents the incidence, diagnosis, and treatment approaches to the patient with short leg and its relationship to scoliosis in cases. He'll present the gold standards of foot examination and orthotics (the Q angle to check for effectiveness) for the back pain specialist who sees this condition in his or her patients. He'll share how he determines the amount of shortness with the least amount of radiation exposure. Who knew that iliac crests could be so helpful?!

Outcomes from the chiropractic 1000 cases data collection and the work of Caillet will be highlighted as well as other chiropractic case reports and their outcomes.

It's nice to have these statistics available at hand when these patients come to your practice.

    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Title: Leg Length Inequality, Compensatory Lovett Scoliosis, Foot Mechanics And Orthotics
    • Originally presented: June 18, 2014
    • Time: 1 hour 
    • CE: no
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36. Treatment Demonstration #1: C1 to S1

Dr. James Cox shares treatment, so in this treatment demonstration webinar, he shares demonstration of flexion distraction protocols from C1 to S1. From Protocol I to Protocol 2 for cervical spine treatment to the same for lumbar spine treatment, Dr. Cox demonstrates the proper application of Cox Technic and shares clinical tips on how to know you are applying the protocols just right. He also integrates some ideas for patient management, nutrition, education and nutrition and exercise.

Dr. Cox presents 3 cases being currently treated at Cox Clinic and opens the floor to attendees to share cases. One doctor did:

  1. C5-6 and C6-7 large disc herniations with right arm radiculopathy with decreased reflexes and motor weakness treated with Cox F/D decompression and surgical monitoring. Relief of arm pain is total in 1 month with return of motor strength.
  2. Large L5-S1 sequestered disc fragment compressing S1 nerve root with motor weakness on toe walk. Treated with Cox F/D and surgical monitoring.
  3. Advanced multilevel disc degeneration with vacuum changes from L3-L5, levoscoliosis of lumbar spine, apex at L3, and a wedge shaped vertebral body. How would you proceed?
  4. Then an attendee shares a new cervical spine pain patient case's imaging findings and examination findings for Dr. Cox to share his ideas on treatment. This is a surgical fusion case with neck and scleratogenous pain to the elbow. The fusion has plate and screw fixation
Exciting hour!
 
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
  • originally presented: July 9, 2014
  • CE: Not yet
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#37 Treatment Demonstration #2: Far lateral disc herniation, Free Fragment, T4 Syndrome
 
This treatment demonstration webinar focuses on real cases with real treatment application.  Dr. Cox presents a few of the latest spinal pain research papers from his morning of study before the webinar. (Yes, the references he shares are THAT fresh!) He then gives details and imaging interpretation of a few exciting cases and shows how he treats them.
    • T4 syndrome presentation and treatment demonstration
    • Far lateral lumbar disc herniation diagnosis and treatment with f/d
    • L3/4 free fragment   
      •       Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
      •       Time: 1 hour 
      •       originally presented: August 13, 2014
      •       CE: Not yet 
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38. Osteoporosis & Nutrition
 
Dr. James Cox devotes this hour webinar the topic of clinical nutrition and more specifically osteoporosis. It's a pervasive concern in the world. It's facts, risks, outcomes and management are to be shared. So much of today's medical literature and research is being published, yet the public isn't up-to-date nor is it reacting appropriately to the nutritional recommendations to avoid osteoporosis and its complications. Men aren't exempt. They have risk for it as well as women, but they don't pay attention either. And teens...they should be taking calcium and vitamin D. Do they? No. Osteoporosis is thought of as a problem for older people when in actuality it is a disease of youth when bone mass is being built. 
 
So join Dr. Cox for this quick hour of the latest in clinical nutrition and osteoporosis information. You'll be inspired to talk to your patients about it all afternoon afterwards!
  • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
  • Time: 1 hour 
  • originally presented: September 17, 2014
  • CE: Not yet 
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39. Treatment Demonstration #3: Back Pain Classifications: Quebec, Pfirrmann, Modic (Case: Large L5S1 Extrusion)
In this webinar, Dr. James Cox will present details about the Quebec Task Force Disc Classification. The historic review of the Quebec Task Force classification for Spinal Disorders and their Treatment  is covered to include the Maine Lumbar Spine Study on Lumbar Disc Herniation and Spinal Stenosis. This classification is then compared to the more current Pfirrmann Classification and more familiar Modic changes described in imaging reports.

Cox applied spinal manipulation of the task force classifications are discussed and shown.

Dr. Cox starts the hour with a sampling of the morning's latest spinal research finds. He'll then get into the focus of the webinar topic list above. He wraps up the hour by demonstrating treatment protocols on The Cox8 Table for managing an L5S1 large extrusion that a surgeon recommended the patient have surgery for but Cox Technic helped without such intervention. Great case!

    • Instructor: James M. Cox DC DACBR
    • Time: 1 hour 
    • originally presented October 22, 2014
    • CE: Not yet 
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 40.  Treatment Demonstration #4 - Common Drugs Back Pain Patients Take Plus CS Treatment Demo

In this webinar, Dr. James Cox shares some information about Common Drugs taken by back and neck pain patients in clinical practice. Knowledge is power when it comes to getting the whole picture to set up an effective treatment plan for the patient.

Dr. Cox starts the hour with a sampling of the morning's (plus the last week’s!) latest research findings. He then gets into the focus of the webinar: the common drugs taken by patients seeing a chiropractor. The discussion of their uses and side effects is discussed as to how they impact chiropractic practice. Then, he presents a few cases that show how the new information influences the clinical decision making. He'll wrap up the hour by demonstrating treatment protocols on The Cox8 Table, his favorite part!

CHECK OUT THIS SHORT PREVIEW VIDEO:
(Once it starts to play, right click and choose ZOOM then FULL SCREEN.)


 
 
    • cases: cervical spine disc herniation and post-surgical 4 level lumbar spine.
    • treatment: cervical spine.
    • bonus: new article about how today's tech (texting, cell phones, etc) induce anterior head carriage 
      • Originally presented: November 19, 2014
      • Time: 1 hour 7 minutes
      • Presenter: James M. Cox DC DACBR
      • CE: not yet
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41. MRI Basic Physics and Interpretation

Dr. James Cox is known for his connecting the dots between research and clinical application. He's also fairly well known for his development of the chiropractic technique, Cox Technic flexion distraction. However, for this webinar, he puts on his chiropractic radiologist hat to share the science of imaging with the clinical application of imaging's findings in diagnosing patient spinal conditions. He's excited! Attendees shared:

"Wow!and "You can learn more from Dr. Cox in 90 min. than most can teach in a weekend seminar. Simply the best!!"

So what does he cover in this chiropractic webinar about MRI and Imaging? Here is a list:

    • T1, T2, STIR, FLAIR imaging - significance and physics
    • Anatomical MRI - what are we looking at and seeing
    • Interpretation of MRI images for the clinician
    • Pfirrmann and Griffith classification of disc degeneration
    • Modic disc classification on MRI
    • Ligamentum flavum anatomy and MRI visualization
    • Facet joint disease and synovial cyst on MRI
    • Disc classification and typing of herniation - Fardon
    • Endplate hypertrophy MRI reporting
    • Spinal stenosis MRI interpretation
    • Degenerative spondylolisthesis MRI findings with pseudodisc herniation
    • Cyst differentiation - synovial, discal, Tarlov on MRI
    • Soft tissue and vascular diagnosis on MRI
    • When to order diagnostic imaging such as MRI?
    • Pathological examples of MRI findings: multiple myeloma, osteoporosis fracture, metastatic disease
      • Originally presented: December 17, 2014
      • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
      • Presenter: James M. Cox DC DACBR
      • CE: not yet
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