Cox Technic flexion distraction and decompression successfully relieves cervical spine (neck pain with arm pain) radiculopathy (arm pain due to a disc hern...
Cox Technic may be an alternative for back surgery for back pain sufferers. Cox Technic has research documentation and case reports of being a successful a...
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Dr. Kim Lombardy joins the Department of Orthopedics at the Medical College of Georgia after presenting Cox Technic and its research basis.
Certified Cox Technic physician, Dr. Joseph D'Angiolillo, is featured in his local news for his successful relief of cervical spine pain and related headac...
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63.7% of chiropractic physicians report to the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners that they use flexion distraction in their practices.
Here is a chronological listing of articles written by various authors about Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression. Some articles have summarie...
Dr. Taylor describes a case of synovial cyst pain relieved with flexion distraction protocols.
Drs. Cox present successful pain management of a lumbar synovial cyst with Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression.
Dr. Gregory Snow presents a case in which flexion distraction relieves lumbar stenosis pain.
The Cox7 Table is the flexion distraction table designed to meet all the needs of Cox Technic Flexion Distraction and Decompression protocols.
Flexion distraction (aka Cox Technic) is found to be superior in radiculopathy (leg pain) relief versus a medical conservative active exercise program.
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...
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.
Flexion Distraction (aka Cox Technic) is one of the three most studied chiropractic techniques for low back pain relief.
Patients receiving flexion distraction (FD) in a randomized control trial of FD vs medical care have significantly fewer healthcare visits in the year following...
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