Part I

Part I — What Is Cox® Technic? The Basics
This dynamic, fast-paced 15 hours weekend is the first step to incorporating the System of Cox® Technic into your spine pain management practice. It is based on the biomechanical and anatomical published spinal literature as well as the experimental laboratory studies’ findings on Cox® Technic itself. The System of Cox® Technic uses this biomechanical and anatomical understanding as a bridge to the interpretation of the clinical examination and imaging findings to come up with a clear diagnosis of the patient’s spine pain source and condition. From this, a clear treatment plan is set forth, a treatment plan based on evidence and science.

The conditions focused on at Part I on the non-discogenic conditions like facet syndrome, spondylolisthesis, tropism, short leg and the like with some sharing of care for scoliosis, lumbago, thoracic spine tightness, and spinal stenosis.

Hands-on protocols are introduced, demonstrated, and practiced for lumbar spine in small groups while videotaped actual clinical patients’ examination, treatment, even education, from Dr. Cox’s office are shared.

  • Part I introduces The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management as it focuses on non-discogenic low back pain conditions along with a bit of discogenic and stenotic and the Cox® Technic flexion distraction and decompression hands-on protocols. 
  • Part I shares the history and evolution of the science and research behind the protocols and features small group sessions lead by experienced chiropractic instructors that focus on the application of the protocols.
  • Lead by experienced, certified-in-Cox®-Technic chiropractic hands-on instructors who practice this technique every day, this weekend will excite you for Monday morning! 
  • Protocol Guide to (p)review
  • Read what attendees say about the courses (below)!



"You get the latest research presented in concise form, as well as individual hands-on with the technique that is invaluable. When’s the last time a seminar day flew by? Good stuff.” - Dr. Keith Olding

"Nice combination of research and daily practice info. Great way to treat disc disorders. Gentle technique. Well researched. Lot of education opportunities. Really enjoyed the thoroughness of the course and knowledge base/experiences of the instructor." 

Register by October 5 to save $100 
Fort Wayne IN – Hilton Downtown at the Grand Wayne Center – airport: FWA 
CE applied for in these states: AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, UT, VT, VA, WA, WI, WY. Other states may require 30 to 120 days. Each state has its own fee for CE approvals which may be extra.
Free airport shuttle - Call Hotel to make arrangements
1020 S Calhoun St, Fort Wayne, IN  46802
Cox® Seminar Room Block Rate: $139.00/night by September 25, 2023

  • 4 days combined Parts I/II (30 hrs)
Thursday 8am-Noon, 1pm-6pm  Part I 
Friday 8am-Noon, 1pm-3pm  Part I 
Friday  3pm-6pm Part II
Saturday 8am-Noon, 1pm-6pm Part II 
Sunday 8am-11am  Part II 
  • 2 days Part I only (15 hrs):
Saturday 8am-Noon, 1pm-7pm Part I 
Sunday 8am-1pm  Part I


One (1) STATE CE is included with your registration. Additional states' CE are available at $50 each. 

A Certificate of Attendance Verification will be sent to all attendees via email from NUHS Post Grad after the course. 

The best advice is to plan early, register early, let us know you want CE early! 

If you are seeking CE and are unsure, PLEASE CALL FIRST.  

Examination of the low back pain patient
Back pain effects on society and individual
History of Cox® Technic & Chiropractic for back pain
Biomechanics and anatomy of lumbar spine 
Conditions: facet syndrome, spondylolisthesis, tropism, short leg, ankylosis, spondylosis, lumbago, and the like with some sharing of care for thoracic spine tightness, disc hernation, and spinal stenosis
Hands-On: tolerance testing, patient placement, long-y, Protocol I, Protocol 2, Side-lying adaptation, etc.
Ancillary care: electrical stim, exercise, nutrition, bracing, etc. 

DISCOUNT - EARLY REGISTRATION - Register 4 weeks prior to the course to receive this discount on registration fee (does not apply to exam/other fees). Late fee is $100.

DISCOUNT - COX® TECHNIC COMPLETE (CTC) SUBSCRIBERSCongratulations! We are pleased to offer a 25% Seminar Discount! (If in a multi-doctor practice, this is for the doctor/subscriber of record. Multi-doctor discounted subscriptions to CTC are available if the seminar/online learning discount is desired for more than 1 subscriber.) Your status as a subscriber will be verified upon confirmation of your registration. You must be a subscriber (of record but there are multi-doctor subscriptions available) of the program when you register as well as when you attend the class to receive your 25% Seminar Discount. The discount does not apply to the examination fee nor to additional states' CE filings. For more information on Cox Technic Complete®, please visit the  website.

DISCOUNT - Certified (active or inactive) Cox® Technic physicians receive at 15% off registration fee discount (does not apply to exam/other fees).

IMPORTANT: 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 CREDIT TOWARDS WEBINARS, ONLINE COURSES, OR HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS. There is a $100 registration transfer fee plus any difference (if applicable) in tuition for the future course. 

DEFINITION OF STUDENT AND DOCTOR DC FOR REGISTRATION: A student is one who has yet to graduate. A doctor is a graduate.

Videotaping and/or Audio Recording of any kind at a Cox® Seminar are prohibited.