News

04/13/2012
Improvement and relief of testicular pain, lower back pain and leg pain in a 36 year old male patient treated with Cox Technic (flexion distraction) is pub...
04/11/2012
Dr. James Cox shares the successful, non-surgical relief of synovial cyst pain in the lumbar spine in this newly published case report in the Journal of Ch...
01/26/2012
Drs. Ralph Kruse and Jerrilyn Cambron share a case report highlighting the importance of a thorough examination with a clear diagnosis. This case is o...
12/13/2011
December 2011's Journal of Chiropractic Medicine features two case reports by certified doctors using Cox Technic to help their patients. Kudos to...
11/21/2011
The Windy City Lab at Loyola University Medical Center's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation shares its collaboarative studies online...
08/30/2011
Researchers document that the intervertebral disc loses its glycosaminoglycan content when it's damaged.
08/15/2011
Drs. Kruse and Cambron publish results of pain relief for post-surgical pain patients with chiropractic care and flexion distraction.
06/23/2011
02/18/2011
A thorough clinical, physical examination is central to a back pain patient's relief.
09/20/2010
Here is a chronological listing of articles written by various authors about Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression. Some articles have summarie...
08/23/2010
Dr. Taylor describes a case of synovial cyst pain relieved with flexion distraction protocols.
08/19/2010
Drs. Cox present successful pain management of a lumbar synovial cyst with Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression.
08/16/2010
Dr. Gregory Snow presents a case in which flexion distraction relieves lumbar stenosis pain.
08/09/2010
Flexion distraction (aka Cox Technic) is found to be superior in radiculopathy (leg pain) relief versus a medical conservative active exercise program.
08/06/2010
Drs. Cox and Bakkum uncover and define this pain-generating syndrome in low back pain/leg pain patients called the Gemelli Obturator Internus Complex (GOIC) syn...
08/04/2010
In a randomized control trial, flexion distraction is more effective in relieving low back pain at one year follow up than a form of physical therapy.
08/03/2010
Flexion Distraction (aka Cox Technic) is one of the three most studied chiropractic techniques for low back pain relief.
08/02/2010
Patients receiving flexion distraction (FD) in a randomized control trial of FD vs medical care have significantly fewer healthcare visits in the year following...
 
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