Cox® Seminar Part IV: Thoracic Spine
By: National University of Health Sciences

Course Description

Chiropractic physicians are invited to join this weekend of thoracic spine care with the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management via various presentations: description of thoracic spine related conditions (exam/diagnosis/biomechanical tips), demonstration of treatments and protocols, and hands‐on practice of treatment protocols and appropriate exercises. The interconnection of the vagus nerve, the autonomic nervous system, the celiac plexus, and the spine will be explored with references, treatment demonstrations, and hands‐on practice (to include a new area of pull to force distraction). Finally, correlative spine manipulation and mobilization is a goal of this seminar, i.e., how does each spine area affect the full spine and how can chiropractic distraction spine manipulation contribute to the biomechanical correction for pain relief and disability reduction (of conditions like DISH, thoracic disc herniation, hyperkyphosis, upper thoracic syndrome, compression fracture, scoliosis, etc.)?

Course Details

  • Cox® Seminar Part IV: Thoracic Spine
  • By:    National University of Health Sciences
  • Instructor:    James Cox, DC; Dean Greenwood, DC; Lee Hazen, DC; George Joachim, DC; Ralph Kruse, DC; Kurt Olding, DC
  • Total CE Hours:    14.0
  • Course Format:     Live In Person Seminar
  • Course Start:    01/20/2024   08:00am
  • Course End:    01/21/2024   12:00pm
  • Time Zone:    Western
  • Location State:    California
  • Course Categories:     DC Continuing Education
  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Differential/Physical Diagnosis  -7.5 CE Hours
    • Principles of Practice  -6.5 CE Hours
  •    Course Outline