Cox Technic Certification Course Part III Cervical Spine
By: National University of Health Sciences

Course Description

Date/Location/Instructor: JULY 24-25,2021

Total CE Hours: 14

ProgramTitle: 2021 Cox® Seminar Part III - Cervical SpineCertification

Times:Saturday: 8am-noon, 1pm-7pm; Sunday: 8am-noon

Instructors: George Joachim DC DABCR; James M Cox DC DACBR; Kurt Olding DCFIANM

Description:

· 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 tooffer.

· 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 andpractice.

· THE METHOD: Lead by experienced Cox Technic physicians and instructors, this course shares via academic presentationtheresearch behindtheprotocolsandclinicaloutcomes aswellasthepracticalapplicationofthe 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.

Goals/Objectives:

· 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-onpractice.

· At the end of the course, the attendee will name the two types of patients for whom Cox® cervical spine protocols are appropriate.

· Attheendofthecourse, theattendeewillhavealistofatleast20ofthelatest publishedspinalresearch articlesthat affect care of the cervical spinepatient.

· Attheendofthecourse, theattendeewilldiscusstheoutcomesofthecervical spinebiomechanicsaffected byCox® Technic.

· At the end of the course, the attendee will demonstrate Protocol I and Protocol 2skills.

· At the end of the course, the attendee with know which protocol is appropriate for which type ofpatient.

· At the end of the course, the attendee will have in hand references for peer-reviewed publications regarding the biomechanicsandclinical outcomesforcervical spinecarewithCoxTechnic (MCD–manualcervicaldistractionand flexiondistraction).


Topics:


· Spinal Literature Highlights - the findings and their impact on clinicalpractice.

· ClinicalRounds –presentationofvideosof patientsfromclinictothecourse fordiscussionoftheirconditions, 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 andstudies.



Format:


· Powerpoint presentations, hands-on demonstration and hands-on instruction, question and answer, printednotes handouts

Course Details

  • Cox Technic Certification Course Part III Cervical Spine
  • By:    National University of Health Sciences
  • Instructor:    James Cox, DC, DACBR; George Joachim, DC, DABCR; Kurt Olding, DC, FIANM
  • Total CE Hours:    14.0
  • Course Format:     Live In Person Seminar
  • Course Start:    07/24/2021   08:00am
  • Course End:    07/25/2021   12:00pm
  • Time Zone:    Eastern
  • Location State:    Indiana
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  • Course Categories:     DC Continuing Education
  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Adjustive Technique  -8.0 CE Hours
    • Anatomy  -1.0 CE Hours
    • Differential/Physical Diagnosis  -2.5 CE Hours
    • Evidence-Based Outcomes  -1.5 CE Hours
    • Wellness/Supportive Care  -1.0 CE Hours
  •    Course Outline