Date: January 18-19, 2020
Location: West Palm Beach, FL
Program Title: Cox Technic Part III Cervical Spine Certification
Times: Saturday, 8:00am-7:00pm; Sunday: 8:00am-12:00pm
Instructors: Dean Greenwood DC FACO; Lee Hazen DC; George Joachim DC DACRB; Ralph Kruse DC FACO; Kurt Olding DC FACO
Total CE Hours: 14.0
· THE AUDIENCE: Intended attendees are physicians treating neck and arm pain. They may have experience with Cox® Technic or be newly interested in what it has to offer.
· THE VISION: This Cervical Spine Cox® Seminar highlights clinical application and clinical success of Cox® Technic for cervical spine conditions biomechanically and clinically with an emphasis on hands-on instruction and practice.
· THE METHOD: Lead by experienced Cox Technic physicians and instructors, this course shares via academic presentation the research behind the protocols and clinical outcomes as well as the practical application of the protocols.
· THE FOCUS: This course focuses on cervical spine pain patients. Options for their care are shared via research findings as well as practical experience: manipulation, surgery, pain control, rehabilitation/exercise, modalities, patient education.
· At the end of the course, the attendee will be more confident in application of Cox® Technic protocols for cervical spine after small group instruction and practice as well as using the force transducer in hands-on practice.
· At the end of the course, the attendee will name the two types of patients for whom Cox® cervical spine protocols are appropriate.
· At the end of the course, the attendee will have a list of at least 20 of the latest published spinal research articles that affect care of the cervical spine patient.
· At the end of the course, the attendee will discuss the outcomes of the cervical spine biomechanics affected by Cox® Technic.
· At the end of the course, the attendee will demonstrate Protocol I and Protocol 2 skills.
· At the end of the course, the attendee with know which protocol is appropriate for which type of patient.
· At the end of the course, the attendee will have in hand references for peer-reviewed publications regarding the biomechanics and clinical outcomes for cervical spine care with Cox Technic (MCD – manual cervical distraction and flexion distraction).
· Spinal Literature Highlights - the findings and their impact on clinical practice.
· Clinical Rounds – presentation of videos of patients from clinic to the course for discussion of their conditions, diagnosis, insurance involvement, treatment plan, outcomes, etc.
· Cox® Protocols – demonstration of hands-on application of Cox® protocols.
· Cox® Research - the latest F/D research outcomes and studies.
|Instructor||Dean Greenwood, DC, FACO; Lee Hazen, DC; George Joachim, DC, DABCR; Ralph Kruse, DC, FACO; Kurt Olding, DC, FACO|
|About the Instructor||Please see attached CVs|
|Subject Breakdown||Anatomy, Terminology, Basic Sciences: 1.0 Hours
Adjustment, Manipulation, Techniques, & Instruments: 8.0 Hours
Diagnosis, X-ray, Lab: 2.5 Hours
Research, Case Studies: 1.5 Hours
Wellness, Philosophy, Patient Communication: 1.0 Hours|
|Format||In person - Live|
|Course Outline||2020 CERVICAL SPINE part 3 Cox Seminar Outline.pdf|
|Co-sponsor or Partner||N/A|