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Using The Cox Technique With Chiropractics

Chiropractic care involves, on its most basic level, the use of manual manipulation techniques that work to gently coax the spinal column back into its proper alignment in order to relieve inflammation, pressure, and disturbances in the body that may have been causing pain, discomfort, or stiffness.

Chiropractors are trained to feel for vertebral subluxations, which are misalignments in the spinal column that tend to more often than not contribute to, or even cause, problems in the rest of the body that can degrade a person’s overall quality of life. While the goal of all doctors of chiropractic remains the same across clinics – using manual manipulation and all natural therapies to reduce pain and strengthen the body – some doctors of chiropractic recommend slightly different types of techniques and therapies to use on their patients. This often depends on the age and condition of the patient, as well as what symptoms they are currently experiencing, or have experienced in the past.

Chiropractic care can be highly personalized and tailored to fit each individual patient’s needs. One of the more popular chiropractic techniques is known as the Cox technique. With the help of information gained from a great article by Pain Relief And Wellness Center, I’m happy to pass on knowledge about this incredibly beneficial and effective treatment therapy technique, in the hopes that it may encourage someone to seek the relief they need from their pain related condition.

Like all other chiropractic techniques, the Cox technique is all natural and non invasive, meaning no surgery is involved. Already, these assurances greatly reduce the risk of any sort of complication or adverse reaction to virtually zero. It is a spinal manipulation technique that is performed on a specially made table that can accommodate a technique known as flexion-distraction decompression adjustment and manipulation. This treatment method works to restore mobility to the spinal joints and reduce pressure that may be limiting the function of spinal nerves. This therapy can also reduce pressure in between the discs of the spine, and it can increase the space between the spinal canal foraminal area. This technique has bee scientifically provento reduce pain and discomfort associated with a wide variety of conditions, from slipped discs and disc herniation to stenosis, facet syndrome, and even a plain old headache. Ask your doctor of chiropractic about the benefits of using the Cox technique to learn if it can help you in any way.

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