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01/02/2013
11/27/2012
You don't have time to read all the back pain literature and make sense of it all. Let Dr. Cox do it for you. He loves it! He reads, digests ...
10/02/2012
Often overlooked or not fully understood, back pain due to a free fragment of disc or chemical radiculitis my confound the examining back pain doctor. It n...
08/29/2012
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.
 
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