Part II


DESCRIPTION 
 
Part II Cox® Certification Course - How Is Cox® Technic Applied and Integrated into a Clinical Practice 

This energetic weekend course builds on the foundation started in Part I. The biomechanical and anatomical influences on spinal pain are reviewed. The clinical examination is re-emphasized as its importance in the care and ultimate clinical outcome of spinal pain patients is paramount. The treatment plan is demonstrated in videotaped clinical cases. The treatment protocol from tolerance testing to administration based on the research-documented and published algorithms is demonstrated, practiced, finetuned during the objective pressure-transducer session for each attendee, and graded during the practical exam. Tips for educating patients in home care and pain prevention as well as principled ways to spread the word about your gentle, evidence-based care are included.

The conditions focused on in Part II are discogenic-related like disc herniation, spinal stenosis, radiculopathy and the like with presentations on treating post-surgical continued pain patient,  pregnancy-related back and/or leg pain, thoracic disc herniations and more.

Hands-on protocols for lumbar spine are practiced in small groups. Protocol I and II and side-lying techniques are shared.

Part I introduced the academics of Cox® Technic more for the non-discogenic spinal pain conditions as well as the hands-on protocols. Part II makes sure that the hands-on application is proper with hands-on training emphasis. Small groups lead by experienced, certified-in-Cox®-Technic chiropractic instructors focus on the application of the protocols. The certification examination is offered optionally. 

Part II continues the presentation of The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management as it focuses on discogenic low back pain at Part II. Cox® Technic is a system of spinal pain management. The technique doesn’t stand alone in the relief of spine pain, but rather is a central component. The patient, home care, Cox® Technic, exercise, examination, doctor skill are all part of the system whose goal is pain relief. The didactic discussion of spine pain conditions highlights disc-related conditions and spinal stenosis. Part II small group hands-on sessions ensure proper protocol application. Attendees practice with the force-measuring Cox®8 Force Table by Haven Medical that provides real-time feedback regarding the pressure being applied to the spine throughout the delivery of Cox® Technic protocols. This translates the biomechanics research findings of Gudavalli et al into clinical, practical application for patient back pain and leg pain relief. It's evidence-based practice care at its best highlighting the nearly 55+ years of effort to document chiropractic care outcomes fostered by Cox® Technic's developer, Dr. James Cox. The first federally funded study by the US government for chiropractic research when Dr. Ram Gudavalli joined Dr. Cox, the research abilities really started to be interdisciplinary and more complex. You will see and experience how. This course is a mix of the research and clinical application for attendee implementation into current practice. The lumbar certification examination is offered optionally.

Special COMBINED PARTS I/II 4 Days' Course:  In the combined Parts I/II 4 days course (30 CE hours), you will immerse yourself in Cox® Technic and the non-surgical system of back pain care that all started in Fort Wayne. Dr. James Cox, developer of Cox® Technic, and Drs. George Joachim, Kurt Olding will guide you through Parts I and II material, hands-on training, the examination, the research, and the patient tips to elevate your clinical outcomes. In San Diego, Drs. Lee Hazen, George Joachim and/or Kurt Olding will do the same.
 

CERTIFICATION EXAM (optional) 
 
UPCOMING DATES*
 
October 22-23, 2022 - Part II only - 15 CE hrs - with exam
CE applied for these states: FL GA NC SC NY PA
 
November 10-13, 2022 - Part I and II combined - 32 CE hrs - with exam
CE applied for these states:  FL IL IN KS MI MO OH PA WI
 

SCHEDULE

  • 4 days combined Parts I/II        
    • Thursday         8am-Noon, 1pm-6pm     Part I
    • Friday              8am-Noon, 1pm-6pm     Part I til Noon; Part II afternoon
    • Saturday          8am-Noon, 1pm-6pm     Part II
    • Sunday            8am-11am                      Part II
  • 2 days Part II only:
    • Saturday          8am-Noon, 1pm-7pm
    • Sunday            8am-Noon 

 

ATTENDEE COMMENTS

"I found the seminar to be a perfect blend of intellectual knowledge and hands on practical information. Before part 2, I was getting fairly good results with the instrument and wondered if it was really worth going to part 2. You know, the technique does seem fairly simple. Once there, Dr Gudavalli measured my force with his instrument and found I was using half the force suggested. I spent four different sessions with him trying to perfect this. Then Dr. Cox improved my cervical technique dramatically at one of the lunch hours. I have noticed impressive patient improvements in the week since the seminar...So looking forward to part 3 now." Warmly, Mark  [Dr. Mark B. Frank (email correspondence]

"I had a great experience at the course this weekend and feel that the time and money I spent for the course well worth it. Dr. Cox’s energy is amazing and his passion for chiropractic is contagious.  I am back at the office today explaining to the medical residents shadowing me what it is I am doing when performing Cox® Technique, confident with the training I have received this weekend that I will give a clear understanding of how and why we treat back and neck problems.  Those who have seen me perform treatment are impressed with the gentleness of the approach and immediate positive patient response.  Thanks again to Dr. Cox for his tireless effort in making this a reality for the profession." - George Simmons, DC

"First seminar that I paid attention to the whole time! Took notes and was excited for the day. 200%!!!"  

 
CE CREDITS

One (1) STATE CE is included with your registration. Additional states' CE are available at $25 each. 

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

These states require SPECIAL NOTIFICATION - $20 each: AK, FL, ME, MN, NC, ND, NH, NH, NV, SD, TX.

CE credits will be applied for 120+ days prior to the course. Every state (Please check with yours.) has its own rules and requirements as to the # of days (0 to 120) prior to approve CE. Some states are lenient on late submissions. Others are not.  We will submit for CE approval for any state as long as it's within their time requirement. We "guess" as to which states attendees will come from for the first submission. We can add states as requested if before a state’s deadline.

Each state has its own fee for CE approvals which may be extra.

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 CONTACT US.  

CE Credit applied for and records maintained by: 

 
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
 
Review of Part I - non-disc conditions and topics
Goals of Cox® Technic 
Intervertebral Disc Herniation Induced Stenosis
Sciatic Nerve Anatomy
Gemelli Syndrome
Disc Herniation Size & Compression Force Correlated with Clinical Presentation
Clinical Diagnosis
Imaging: Discography, MRI, Myelogram-Enhanced CT
Lateral Disc Herniation Diagnosis
Treatment Hands-On – review tolerance testing, Protocol I, Protocol 2, patient placement, long-y, unattended long-y, side-lying, etc.
sciatica nerve pathology, anatomy, physiology 
GOIC Syndrome
Pfirrman Classification
Contained Disc 
Mechanical Compression Changes on nerve and DRG 
Pudendal Plexus/Pelvic Issues
Non-Contained Disc 
Spinal Nutrition
Review Research / Force Table – with video demo
Healing Time - Low Back Wellness School - Report of Findings - Q&A
IVD size/symptoms
free fragments outcomes
conservative care outcomes
medial v lateral v subrhizal
IVD Derangement symptoms/signs
DDD v Contained v Non-contained Discs
Clinical Presentations of discs
Differential Diagnosis
FBSS
CREEP/HYSTERESIS demo/discussion
Rehabilitation and Exercise for Stabilization & Prevention of Recurrence
Certification Exam - written/practical
PREVIEW: HONORS COURSE IN COX® TECHNIC  - special topic presentations/research updates
PREVIEW: PART III - CERVICAL COURSE
PREVIEW: PART IV - THORACIC COURSE 
 
 
TABLE WE'LL USE
 
 
 

 
THE FINE PRINT

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.