Chiropractic students have a host of elective school courses from which to choose. Cox® Technic Flexion-Distraction and Decompression is taught at nearly all chiropractic schools as either a single topic course (core or elective) or incorporated into mixed techniques' courses. Many chiropractic students are introduced to Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression principles early in their professional training.
Some school courses that are (1) taught by an "active" certified Cox® Technic doctor and (2) offer a full semester course that mixes hands-on training with academics in Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction and has the course syllabus on file with Cox® Technic, exempt students who satisfactorily complete the course from having to take Part I prior to attending Part II and taking the certification examination as long as the Part II is taken within 2 years of graduation.
Please check with the school and verify with Cox® Technic that the course is exempt (has an "active" certified doctor
teaching and has a syllabus on file).
These schools offer flexion-distraction in their school courses (elective, core, or incorporated in technique courses) as of this posting*:
Canadian Memorial College of Chiropractic
Cleveland College of Chiropractic - Kansas City, Los Angeles
IFEC in Paris
Logan College of Chiropractic
National University of Health Sciences - Lombard, Florida
New York College of Chiropractic
Palmer College of Chiropractic - Davenport, Florida, California
Parker College of Chiropractic
Southern California University of Health Sciences
Texas College of Chiropractic
Western States College of Chiropractic
* This list may change as chiropractic school course offerings change due to instructors, syllabus, etc. School courses taught by active certified instructors with a syllabus on file with Cox® Technic are qualified for Cox® Technic Certification Seminar Part I exemption.