Part I at the AngloEuropean College of Chiropractic

Dr. Ralph Kruse traveled with Julie Cox-Cid for the Part I Certification Course in Cox Technic flexion distraction protocols hosted by the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth, England. Maxing at eighteen attendees so everyone would have time with the hands-on instruction, we met over 2 days for 12 hours of continuing education, a mix of didactics and research with research-documented protocols and hands-on practice. The best of both worlds! 
a few of us at the end of the day on Sunday 
A review of the biomechanics and anatomy of the lumbar spine started the weekend which lead to a discussion of research behind Cox Technic as well as its history, its clinical algorithms of decision making for treatment (Protocol 1 and 2) for radicular and non-radicular pain patients, and the presentation of non-discogenic conditions and brief introduction to cervical spine conditions and their care with Cox Technic. 
 sharing didactics
 practicing with the protocols
cervical spine demonstration 
Along the way, Dr. Kruse and Julie did enjoy some scenery - Stonehenge (on the way to AECC), the English Channel, and Windsor & the Thames (on the way back to Heathrow). We are grateful for the opportunity this trip afforded us to not only share the protocols and benefits of Cox Technic with European (English, Swiss, German, Spanish, Norwegian) physicians but also the life experiences of visiting these places we've only heard about and read about.
the English Channel from the Bournemouth Pier 
Windsor Castle 
the Thames 
We look forward to visiting with you at a seminar near you.  

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