Cox Technic Presentation at Palmer Homecoming

Palmer College of Chiropractic West celebrated its Homecoming May 1-3, 2015. Cox Technic was honored to be included in the mix of presentations over the weekend as so much of the federally funded research is being untaken at Palmer Research Center.
Dean Greenwood, DC, FACO, MPH, presented a two hours session on the research, science, clinical outcomes and treatment protocols of Cox Technic flexion distraction.
Dr. Greenwood shared treatment technique demonstration for cervical spine, thoracic spine and lumbar spine conditions. He shared clinical cases of each as well.
Dr. Greenwood shows sidelying application of flexion distraction for pregnant patients and for those who are in too much pain to lie on their stomaches.
Palmer College of Chiropractic's Research Center is home to much of the current biomechanical and clinical research studies being conducted today in flexion distraction (low velocity low amplitude, Cox Technic). Ram Gudavalli PhD has been the main investigator since 1991 and is now Associate Professor of the Research Faculty at Palmer. Initial forays into research were for low back with the most current being conducted in cervical spine biomechanics, training and clinical outcome.
We appreciated the opportunity to share all of this with the Palmer community and Dr. Greenwood's time in preparation and delivery of the presesentation.
A poster presentation by Gudavalli et al at Palmer on the cervical spine pressures (also published in Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine):

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