2020 Honors Cox® Seminar for Certification: The Cox® Technic System for Spine Pain Management
By: National University of Health Sciences

Course Description

Description:  THE AUDIENCE: Intended attendees are chiropractic physicians treating back pain. They may have experience with Cox® Technic or be newly interested in what it has to offer. The Honors Course highlights what Cox® Technic does for its patients and its physicians as well as how it keeps the researchers busy documenting the science and its clinical and laboratory outcomes.  THE VISION: The Honors Level Cox® Seminar highlights clinical application and clinical success of Cox® Technic physicians. It is designed for certified Cox® physicians to shine alongside the technique and its outcomes, research and history. It is the forum to enhance the ORAL TRADITION of Cox® Technic's clinical success with documentation.  THE METHOD: Lead by Dr. James Cox, developer of Cox® Technic Flexion-Distraction and Decompression Spinal Manipulation, clinical applications, protocols and outcomes are presented by field doctors; research outcomes are presented; situations of healthcare multidisciplinary inclusion of Cox® are described by field doctors.  THE FOCUS: This Honors Course delves into the available care options for spine pain patients: manipulation, surgery, pain control, rehabilitation/exercise, modalities, patient education. Its central theme is how Cox® Technic integrates with these options. Goals/Objectives: At the end of the course, the attendee will  confidently apply of Cox® Technic protocols after using the force transducer when available in hands-on practice.  have tips on how to approach local medical organizations to share what he/she can do for non-surgery required spine patients.  describe and demonstrate how to treat the pregnant patient and patient in too much pain to lie prone.  name the two types of patients for whom Cox® protocols are appropriate.  have a list of at least 20 of the latest published spinal research articles that affect care of the patient.  define the PSCP/ FBSS patient and how to treat that patient.  discuss the outcomes of the cervical spine biomechanics affected by Cox® Technic as well as clinical outcomes.  describe how chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine sulfate, curcumin, turmeric, black pepper work to heal and protect disc and joint material. Topics:  Spinal Literature Highlights - Dr. Cox will share some of the latest literature findings and their impact on clinical practice.  Clinical Rounds - Dr. Cox brings cases from his clinic as well as those shared with him by other doctors to the course for discussion of their conditions, diagnosis, insurance involvement, treatment plan, outcomes, etc.  Cox® Protocols - Dr. Cox will demonstrate hands-on application of Cox® protocols for cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spines.  Cox® Research will be shared with the latest F/D research outcomes and studies.  Pathologies - This presentation will alert doctors to not overlook anything in their examinations.  Surgical Patients and Failed Back Surgery Syndrome Patients - Cox® Technic helps.  Decompression Talking Points - Cox® Technic is decompression.  Orthopedic Examination protocols for clearer treatment plan determination for enhanced clinical outcomes

Course Details

  • 2020 Honors Cox® Seminar for Certification: The Cox® Technic System for Spine Pain Management
  • By:    National University of Health Sciences
  • Instructor:    James M Cox DC DACBR; Kurt Olding DC FACO; George Joachim DC DABCR;Ralph Kruse DC FACO, Dean Greenwood DC FACO; Lee Hazen DC
  • Total CE Hours:    12
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