Cervical Spine Certification

In response to patient requests for referral to doctors who do cervical spine work and from doctors who want a more advanced study of the cervical spine and the application of Cox® Technic, there is a new course! The inaugural cervical spine certification course was offered in September 2016. It was limited to 30 attendees and taught by 4 instructors with 3 of The Cox8®Tables, with one being specially equipped with force measuring tools.
The full weekend was devoted to cervical spine and protocol application with force transducer measurements of the forces as they are applied in addition to the cervical spine research studies related to Cox® Technic for the cervical spine. The anatomy, biomechanics, examination, diagnosis, and patient education of cervical spine conditions was shared. A written and practical test was offered. We will continue to offer this certification course annually.
Lumbar spine certified doctors have been introduced to cervical spine protocols in other Cox® Technic courses as they evolved with research study while there was not yet a means developed to certify. Lumbar certified physicians are capable of applying cervical spine protocols and are now offered the opportunity for advanced study of the cervical spine specifically with updated research and technique application of Cox® Technic flexion distraction cervical spinal manipulation. Those doctors who have done this course are indicated with a listing bullet point to the right of their names.

Currently, the course is developed for a one weekend attendance of 14 hours: 
Lumbar certified Cox® Technic physicians get a 15% discount attending an F/D Enterprise LLC sponsored Part III.  The exams are incorporated into the weekend. 
The Cox® Certification Course for Cervical Spine consists of taking 14 hours culminating with the passing of a case report-based written and practical examination.
The written and practical exam for Cervical Spine:  
  • Review cases
  • Determine the diagnoses
  • Demonstrate your acuity in treating the cases' patients as a Protocol 1 or a Protocol 2 patient as appropriate.
CLICK HERE for the Study Guide to the Cox® Technic Cervical Spine Certification Course/Exam. 
Go to the Cox® Technic REFERRAL DIRECTORY of certified physicians now indicates who is certified in cervical spine protocols and lumbar spine protocols.
What made the weekend for you?
"Getting to see all of the instructors and learn from them. To be in a place where we all had the same goal of finding a better way to help relieve pain and suffering. Fine tuning my skills. Developing a new understanding of how the technic works. [sic] In summary, I cannot wait to review and organize my notes and thoughts this weekend. The seminar was motivating, inspirational and fun."