Cox Flexion Distraction Adjustment
If you've ever suffered with back pain, particularly lower back pain, you're all too familiar with how much it affects and disrupts every area of your life. This pain can be the result of an injury, a genetic condition or simply every day wear and tear on your body. Regardless of the reason, those with chronic back pain simply want it gone.
If this sounds like you, consider the Cox Technique Flexion Distraction and Decompression treatment. This chiropractic technique involves the use of a patented table (the Cox Table) that allows for specific manipulation of the spine to relieve lower back and leg pain, as well as neck and arm pain. Extensively researched and documented, it is highly effective at properly re-aligning the parts of the spine to work together as they should, free from pain. Cox Flexion Distraction Adjusting can also help treat conditions such as degenerated or herniated discs.
The goal of this technique is pain relief, as quickly as possible. This is accomplished in several ways, including reducing pressure between the discs of the spine and also on the spinal nerves, widening the spinal canal area and increasing motion in the joints of the spine. This is done non-surgically through a series of regular chiropractic visits. Although it varies from person to person, patients often see relief within twelve visits or less.
As many as sixty-three percent of chiropractic doctors in the United States are reported to use Cox Flexion Distraction Decompression Manipulation for their patients, with around three percent being certified in Cox Flexion Distraction protocols. These protocols may include braces for the back or neck, stimulation by electricity, x-rays, MRI or other imaging, nutrition, instruction and training for the patient, as well as other therapies such as hot and cold applications, massage therapy and exercise. In this way, patients and physicians can work together to bring about the fastest pain relief possible. We are one of the only offices in the Elkhart, IN area to offer this technique, simply search online, where you can also find Cox Flexion Distraction reviews and testimonials from other patients.
The risk of injury associated with flexion distraction is very low, since physicians are highly trained in this specific procedure and are able to attend Cox Flexion Distraction Seminars to be specifically educated in the latest findings and updates regarding the technique. These ongoing seminars, while providing education and instruction for the physician, also allow the patient to feel more confident that he or she is receiving the latest, most up-to-date treatment options available.
If you have a spinal condition or injury, don't wait until the pain is severe before contacting a chiropractor. Cox Flexion Distraction and Decompression may be exactly what your body needs to help relieve and control the pain and allow for a higher quality of life. We are the most qualified chiropractors in the Elkhart, Indiana area who can work with you using these techniques, as well as others, to relieve your pain and get you back to feeling like yourself again.