• Technique Cox -    Certification partie 1

Grâce à des années de recherche et d’expériences cliniques, la technique Cox (flexion/distraction) est devenue l’une des approches les plus respectées pour le traitement non-chirurgical de la colonne vertébrale.  Ses protocoles cliniques permettent de traiter plusieurs types de discopathies et de sténoses.  De plus, elle s’avère efficace pour le traitement des syndromes facettaires, des entorses lombaires, des spondylolisthèses, des radicolopathies et des sciatalgies.  Selon le rapport du « National Board of Chiropractic Examiners » (2010), près de 64% de la profession américaine utilise la flexion/distraction en pratique. 

 

HORAIRE DU COURS

 

Saturday March 18, 2017

8h-9h

1 ECU

Biomechanics of the Human Spine

Neuroanatomy of Spine: Normal and Painful

Dorsal Root Ganglion Pain Generation; Chemical and Mechanical Pain Generation

Vascular Ischemia - First Factor in Nerve Compression

Venous Hypertension and Atherosclerosis in Disc Degeneration

Sacroiliac Joint Pain Generation

Stenosis

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

9h-10h

1 ECU

History, Research, and Evolution of Cox® Technic (flexion-distraction and decompression)

Research — Completed and On-going — Outcomes — Video of Cox® flexion-distraction motion of facets

1000 Cases Clinical Outcome Study of Low Back Pain Conditions

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

10h-11h

1 ECU

Technic – protocols, algorithms, hands-on

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

11h-12h

1 ECU

Case Presentations & Hands-On — patient set up, hand contact, patient position,  tolerance testing, Protocol 1

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

12h-13h

 

LUNCH

 

13h-14h

1 ECU

Examination (brief review), Video of Dr. Cox doing exam, Report of Findings tips, Spinal Nutrition

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

14h-15h

1 ECU

Facet Syndrome: Biomechanics, Diagnosis, Treatment

Pain Generation, Femoral Nerve Pain, & Sciatica from the Facet Joint

Orientation of the Facet Bundles

Stable and Unstable Facet Syndrome: Diagnosis and Treatment

As source of Spinal Stenosis

Treatment Goals and Expectations

Compression Fracture

Case Presentation (video)

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

15h-16h

1 ECU

Spondylolisthesis: Biomechanics, Diagnosis, Treatment

Instability’s Influence on Clinical Outcome — Pain Generators — Treatment of True versus Degenerative — Bracing

Case Presentation (video)

Tropism, Short Leg, Transitional Segment: Biomechanics, Diagnosis, Treatment

Bertolotti's Syndrome L4-L5 Disc Lesion Predominance - Why?

Short Leg Syndrome: Occurrence, Long Leg Disc Herniation Prominence, Cause of Disc Degeneration

Tropism: Unilateral Disc Stress Producing Disc Tearing & Degeneration

Case Presentations & Hands on—Protocol 2

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

16h-17h

1 ECU

Case Presentations & Hands on—Protocol 2

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

 

Sunday, March 19, 2017

8h-9h

1 ECU

Case Presentations & Hands on—Protocol 2 / Effects of Cox® Technic

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

9h-10h

1 ECU

Case Presentation & Hands-on —Thoracic Spine Adjusting Introduction

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

10h-11h

1 ECU

Cervical Spine: Biomechanics, Diagnosis, Treatment with Cox® Protocol

Anatomical Orientation of Nerve Intermediates within the Spine, Dermatomes

Vascular incidence factors in Cox® Technic

Specific treatment of stenosis, disc herniation, degeneration, subluxation, headache, whiplash

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

11h-12h

1 ECU

Hands-on Demonstration and Participation — Cervical Spine Adjusting Introduction         

Dr Ralph Kruse DC

Technique Cox - Certification partie 1

  • Modèle: 9-10 mars 2019 / March 9-10, 2019
  • Disponibilité: 19
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