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Find a Cox® Certified physician near you!
More information on this Referral Directory:
Cox® Technic is utilized by physicians around the world to treat low back and leg pain, neck and arm pain as well as other spinal pain conditions (synovial cysts, degenerated discs, herniated discs, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, facet syndrome, etc.). 63.7% of US chiropractic physicians report that they use flexion distraction
according to the 2010 National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Report
. Around 3% of US chiropractors have been certified in Cox® Technic protocols.
A referral network of those chiropractic physicians certified in Cox® Technic procedures is established from doctors' attendance at special training courses in Cox® Technic protocols and completion of certification requirements.
The National University of Health Sciences Post Graduate Division (http://www.nuhs.edu/) maintains records for course completion for this referral network.
If you wish to seek care from a Cox® certified doctor (one who successfully completed the certification course process and passed written and/or practical exams), please use the search tool above to Find A Physician close to you. This list is updated continually as doctors contact us with their updated information.
Doctors' certification status is stated on the referral directory as noted below:
Cox® certified doctors are current with their certification participation
as of 1/1/14. These doctors have either been certified
* or re-certified
** (within the past 2 years). Their contact information is up-to-date as is their awareness of the latest research in Cox® Technic and its procedures. Current as of August 1, 2014.
Inactive doctors have not been recently re-certified. They did take the certification course and passed the examination at one point. However, they are not current with their certification participation by 1/1/14.
Their contact information may be out-of-date as may their awareness of the latest published research in Cox® Technic and its procedures.
Re-certification once every two years is necessary to maintain an Active status on the list of certified doctors.
Seeking care from a physician requires personal due diligence as well. We offer this as another piece of information for you.
Note: Certification does not guarantee treatment outcomes. Being listed here does not guarantee proficiency.