September 10, 2010 — The Cox Technic Multidisciplinary Spine Conference will take place Oct. 9–10, at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Dr. James M. Cox, the founder of Cox Technic Flexion-Distraction protocols, leads this weekend discussion of spine pain — disc herniation, stenosis, pregnancy-related pain, pelvic pain and organic dysfunction, cervical, thoracic, lumbar, etc. — from a variety of angles including research, neurosurgical, chiropractic, rehabilitation, and pain control.
Chiropractic clinicians present evidence in the form of clinical case reports. Neurosurgeons present their surgical options and non-surgical considerations like Mind/Body influences. Researchers present the latest findings of the federally funded flexion-distraction studies: biomechanical laboratory studies and randomized controlled trials involving chiropractic flexion-distraction and medical conservative care.
Attendees have the opportunity to objectively measure and appropriately modify their adjustment pressures while using the pressure transducer from the chiropractic research studies. The Cox Technic Spine Conference gives you confidence dealing with simple and complicated spine pain conditions as well as the tools to experience proper technique application, gather evidence to support chiropractic adjusting and interaction with healthcare colleagues, and take home skills to more effectively care for patients and elevate clinical outcomes.
For more information, please visit www.coxtechnic.com/seminars/FW.html or call 800-441-5571. All proceeds from the weekend go to chiropractic research.
Source: Cox Technic, www.coxtechnic.com