Cox® Technic is utilized by physicians around the world to treat low back and leg pain, neck and arm pain as well as other spinal pain conditions (synovial cysts, degenerated discs, herniated discs, stenosis, spondylolisthesis, facet syndrome, etc.).
referral network of chiropractic physicians certified in Cox® Technic procedures is established from doctors' attendance at special training courses in Cox® protocols.
The National University of Health Sciences Post Graduate Division (www.nuhs.edu) supports this referral network.
If you wish to seek care from a certified doctor (one who completed the certification course process and passed written and/or practical exams), please click on the state or country on the ACTIVE LIST to find a physician close to you. Certification does not guarantee treatment outcomes. Being listed here does not guarantee proficiency. Names are listed alphabetically by city.
ACTIVE Certified Doctors
Active certified doctors are current with their certification participation as of 1/1/09.
These doctors have either been certified* (for the first time (2008 or 2009) and listed in black or re-certified** (within the past 2 years) and listed in red. Their contact information is up-to-date as is their awareness of the latest research in Cox® Technic and its procedures. Current as of January 1, 2010...
These doctors have not been recently re-certified. They did take the certification course and passed the examination at one point. However, they are not current with their certification participation by 1/1/10. (Those in red had been recertified at some point since 2001, just not in the past two years thus they are on the "inactive" list.)
Their contact information may be out-of-date as may their awareness of the latest published research in Cox® Technic and its procedures.
Re-certification once every two years is necessary to maintain a listing on the "active" list of certified doctors.
If you are a certified practitioner and do not want your name listed in this online directory, please send Julie a letter on your office stationery in the mail with your signature. You will be removed. If you have moved, e-mail your new address.
* If you are a certified practitioner in RED, you are re-certified through January 1, 2010 (if recertified in 2007 or earlier) or January 1, 2011 (if recertified in 2008).
** If you are a certified practitioner in BLACK, you are certified through January 1, 2010 (if you were certified in 11/07) OR through January 1, 2011 (if you were certified in 11/08).