Spine specialist, Dr. Matthew Alexander shares a back pain story of a high school athlete with an elusive diagnosis.
Dr. Alexander enjoys spending time with his lovely wife Katie and their four children, Annie, Ethan, Ellie and Georgie. He enjoys the outdoors, adventure sports, waterskiing, ATVs, and snowmobiling. Dr. Alexander serves the Lord as a deacon at Bible Baptist Church and is a strong supporter of international missions.
About Dr. Alexander:
Bachelor's of Science in Human Anatomy
1993-1996 Cedarville University
1996-1997 SUNY Empire State
Doctor of Chiropractic High Honors ”Magna Cum Laude”
1996-1999 New York Chiropractic College
Apple Country Chiropractic, PC
Private Practice since 1999
Post Graduate Continuing Education Certification
Certified Cox-Flexion-Decompression (2005)
Whiplash: Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome (1998)
Dr. Kim Lombardy shares a story of a chronic back pain patient who was prescribed and became addicted to opioids. Dr. Lombardy describes this patient's condition and how he successfully treated his back pain with Cox Technic eliminating his dependence on opioids.
Spine specialist, Dr. Martin Fleming discusses a 30-year-old patient who woke up with back pain.
Dr. Martin Fleming is a friendly and compassionate chiropractor providing care in midtown Manhattan. Dr. Fleming attended the University of Bridgeport, where he earned his chiropractic degree. He was awarded and completed two special community-based internships affiliated with the University. He obtained his bachelor’s from the State University of New York.
Dr. Fleming runs his own practice which allows him to ensure that his patients receive the best care and service from start to finish. He is board certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is licensed to practice in both New York and New Jersey. He is a Cox Technic certified practitioner.
Dr. Fleming strives to embody the principals of health and well-being that he shares with his patients. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time exploring various approaches to physical fitness, including weight and cardio training as well as cross-fit and group fitness training. He also takes a hands-on approach when it comes to nutrition and likes to experiment in the kitchen by finding and trying healthy recipes. Other interests include art, travel, theatre and movies.
Dr. Fleming enjoys giving back to his community and has participated in many volunteer activities, including Freihofer’s Run for Women Road Race in Albany, NY and Boilermaker Road Race in Utica, NY. He has also carried out medical activities and services at Chase Wellness Centers, Bridgeport, CT.
Dr. Fleming is dedicated to helping patients receive the treatment they need so they can enjoy a positive and fulfilling lifestyle. Patients trust his expertise because he consistently provides high quality care that leads to positive and lasting health outcomes.
Dr. Nathaniel Marcel explains what Bertolotti Syndrome is and how he successfully treated his patient using Cox Technic.
Dr. Nathaniel Marcel has always loved to work with his hands. His original pursuit in his undergraduate studies was to attend medical school and become a surgeon. As his senior year in undergrad neared its end he had a deep sense that he was being called to something else. His advisor persuaded him to shadow alternative providers and this is when he first fell in love with Chiropractic. Dr. Marcel loves that Chiropractic allows him to work with his hands from anywhere in the world and help people become pain-free. During treatment, he emphasizes patient education and believes it is key to positive outcomes and future injury prevention.
He is a South Louisiana native who grew up in Houma, Louisiana. He attended Terrebonne High School where he graduated Valedictorian of his class and enjoyed playing varsity soccer for four years. Dr. Marcel then attended Louisiana College (now Louisiana Christian University) where he received his Bachelor of Science with a major in biology. He continued his studies at Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) where he graduated top of his class and received his Doctorate of Chiropractic. He was awarded the Student Keeler Award for his selfless service, professional scholarship, and being held in high regard by the TCC faculty. While at TCC he served as a student tutor and Chief Intern over the University of Houston Clear Lake student rotation, where interns would treat students and faculty of UHCL. He is also Level 1 Titleist Performance Institute certified.
Dr. Marcel is married to his high school sweetheart Taylor and they have been blessed with a beautiful baby girl named Sage.
Spine specialist, Dr. Jay Young tells a story of a 54-year-old active woman with a 30-year history of back pain who presents to him with acute low back and leg pain. He shares how she was successfully treated with Cox Technic.
About Dr. Young:
Dr. Jay Young graduated with his doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport IA, where Chiropractic was founded. Since graduating Dr. Young has seen great success. Patients drive from all over South Carolina seeking care from the staff at Young Chiropractic. Dr. Young accredits his great success to his approach to health and well-being. “Each patient is unique which is why they need individual treatment plans, and we do that based on their individual History, Exam, Posture Profile, X-Rays and our in-depth Motion Study X-Ray Analysis. At that point we can clearly see the root cause of their pain and discomfort and create a treatment plan designed for superior long-term relief.”
Dr. Young is a second generation chiropractor, falling in love with the profession at a young age after watching and admiring his late fathers passion for natural health and healing. He is proud to have served our Easley community and the surrounding area for over 27 years.
Chiropractic radiologist, Dr. Cliff Tao shares his expertise in reading spine images.
Dr. Cliff Tao was born in Ottawa, Canada now lives in Irvine, California. He has owned and operated a nationwide private chiropractic radiology practice since 2004. Following graduation from National University of Health Sciences in Chicago, Dr. Tao completed his 3-year full-time chiropractic radiology residency at
Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (LACC) and then a full-time musculoskeletal radiology research fellowship at University of California, Irvine (UCI) Medical Center in Orange, California. He is an internationally sought after speaker, and is published both in chiropractic and medical literature, on the topic of chiropractic, spine, and musculoskeletal imaging. Dr. Tao was former voluntary radiology faculty at LACC and former voluntary instructor of radiology at UCI Medical Center. He is married with a 7-year-old boy, and enjoys the outdoors, especially downhill skiing.
On this episode of The Back Doctors Podcast, you’ll get to hear from Dr. James M. Cox who is the developer of Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction Manipulation. He is a remarkable doctor who has dedicated his life to finding the most effective treatment for back pain. He presents published research on the effectiveness of Cox Technic in the treatment of post-surgical continued pain syndrome.
About Dr. Cox
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Spine specialist, Dr. Lee Hazen shares a story of a chronic back pain patient with several comorbidities that gets 70% relief with Cox Technic.
Dr. Hazen graduated Cum Laude from Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles in 1989. After a short post-ceptorship in Burbank, Ca, he was invited to become a resident in Dr. James Cox's clinic. From 1989 until 1998 he was co-director and resident in Ft. Wayne Indiana with Dr. Cox. While there, he attended and completed a 400-hour post-graduate Chiropractic Orthopedics training sponsored by National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Hazen has been serving the Murrieta-Temecula area for 15 years.
As a Cox Technic instructor for the past 25 years, he has taught many chiropractors across the country the use of the specialized decompression table, diagnosis and care of spinal disease. Currently, he is on the post-graduate faculty of National University of Health Sciences.
He is currently involved in gathering treatment outcome data for ongoing research on failed back surgery syndrome. He is continuing to publish case study reports on difficult and complex case studies that are evaluated and treated in his Temecula, CA office. Lee Hazen D.C. and TCIM is committed to helping you regain and then maintain your quality of life, devoid of spine and extremity pain. Dr. Hazen offers specific protocols for spinal pain relief that are well-researched, well-documented, repeatedly published and clinically effective: Cox Technic Flexion-Distraction and Decompression Adjusting Manipulation. The protocols were started 48 years ago by Dr. James M. Cox in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Cox Technic protocols have evolved as clinical application demands and research studies dictate. We are proud to offer the most cutting-edge, 21st century, non-surgical decompressive spinal pain relief.
Dr. Kelly Brinkman from Logan University shares with us her clinic experience with compression fractures.
Dr. Kelly Brinkman earned her BS degree from Iowa State University in 1983 and graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1990. She has been in private practice in both Illinois and Missouri and has worked on a volunteer medical team on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. She finished the Insurance Consultant post graduate program and earned her MCS-P (Medical Compliance Specialist – Physician) in 2009. She has held the position of clinician and Educational Coordinator at Logan and is currently full time faculty. She has taught the Cox Flexion Distraction course since 1991 and has lectured for James Cox DC, DACBR through National College of Chiropractic post graduate department in years past. She also currently teaches the Billing and Documentation and Clinical Reasoning 1 courses and has assisted in numerous other classes.
Spine specialist, Dr. Marc Baker shares a story of a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces with continued back pain after having back surgery.
Dr. Marc Baker
Spine specialist, Dr. Anna Jurik shares a story of a 64-year-old female with spine fractures who was treated with Cox Technic.
Dr. Anna Jurik is a licensed Chiropractic Physician and a Registered and Licensed Dietitian/ Nutritionist. She is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences, where she earned her degrees in Chiropractic Medicine, a Masters in Advanced Clinical Practice and a certificate in Massage Therapy. She currently holds a position as a teaching clinician at the university and is ranked as a Professor.
Her unique background has allowed her to take her teaching experiences outside of the standard classroom. She has taught seminars, which has allowed her to educate her colleagues as well as personally expand her mindset and experiences.
Dr. Jurik also holds degrees in Exercise Physiology and Dietetics, and has earned various certifications and trainings over the years in order
to diversify her treatment options. These include Graston Deep Tissue Technique, Kinesio-taping, Webster Technique, Pediatrics
& Prenatal care, Rehabilitation of the Spine, Craniosacral Therapy, Rehabilitation of the Spine, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Acupuncture, Cox Technique and Chinese Medicine.
This unique background has allowed her to truly treat every patient holistically. It allows her to work with a patient and put together a natural and specific plan to achieve and help maintain the best health possible. It has also allowed her to have a wide knowledge base that she is able to share with those she is educating.
Spine specialist, Dr. Ted Siciliano shares a story of a lady who loses the ability to lift her foot causing her foot to drop with each step.
Dr. Ted Siciliano has been in active practice for 41 years in the Manahawkin, NJ area. Dr. Siciliano is a long-time certified Cox Technic practitioner who attends courses regularly to keep up on all the latest in research, biomechanics, and application of Cox Technic protocols. He has written several case reports for the monthly Cox Technic Case Report publication and shares cases at Cox Seminars on a regular basis. He conducts practical, hands-on workshops with his colleagues at his Mayetta, New Jersey office.
Dr. Cameron McConville shares a story of a retired 70 year-old mechanic with spinal stenosis who improves with Cox Technic flexion/distraction decompression therapy.
Cameron has extensive experience in the chiropractic field having graduated from the RMIT Bachelor course in 1993.
Through ongoing professional education and training Cameron has expanded his expertise and knowledge in the management of complex spinal disorders. Advances in spinal treatments led Cameron to the USA where he has undertaken further studies in the theory and application of spinal decompression/distraction therapy (Cox Technic). Cameron is pleased to be one of just a handful of certified Cox practitioners in Australia. Certified Cox practitioners are regarded for their evidence-based approach to the management of spinal disorders. Cameron has special interest in the management of 'sciatica', chronic low back, neck pain and headaches.
Cameron also has a strong interest in promoting his profession through research. In 2019 he joined the Board of the Chiropractic Australia Research Foundation (CARF), and in 2023 published his first research paper in the Canadian Journal of Chiropractic, drawing attention to the little known spinal condition known as spinal gout.
Understanding the importance of a holistic approach to back pain management Cameron has spent the past 20 years in Warragul developing strong relationships with local medical practitioners, physiotherapists and massage therapists ensuring clients achieve their health care goals.
Spine specialist, Dr. Troy Dreiling shares a story of a building superintendent with a low back injury that resulted in an extruded disc.
Dr. Dreiling has been providing chiropractic services to the Vancouver / Portland Metropolitan area and the families living there, for well over 23 years. The basis of his service is a caring heart and wanting to see that people in pain – especially avoidable pain – can live the kind of life they envision for themselves by getting the care they need.
Dr. Kurt Olding discusses patient options when it comes to treating back pain and gives an example of a patient that's been through the Spine Care "Supermarket" in search of relief.
Dr. Kurt Olding has been in practice for over 30 years, opening Minster Chiropractic Center in 1986 after graduating from National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, IL in 1984. Through the years Dr. Kurt has enjoyed treating all age groups, from infants to athletes and parents to grandparents. He took special interest in sports medicine during his early years in practice, completing 300 hours of continuing education through the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician program.
Dr. Kurt earned Cox® Technic certification in 2009. In 2012 he began co-instructing the technique, and since 2015 has been a full-time instructor alongside Dr. James Cox, Dr. Ralph Kruse, and Dr. George Joachim.
Through his work with Cox® Technic, Dr. Kurt has had several exciting opportunities. In March of 2016, he taught Cox® Technic in Bern, Switzerland as part of the Swiss Chiropractic Academy’s “technique series” program. Later that month, he presented research on Cox® Technic with his mentor Dr. James Cox at the annual Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference. Dr. Kurt co-authored a paper published in the June 2016 edition of the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine titled Chiropractic Distraction Spinal Manipulation on Post-surgical Continued Low Back and Radicular Pain patients: A Retrospective Case Series.
In 2015, Dr. Kurt became board certified as a Chiropractic Orthopedist, and a Fellow of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (FACO). He is also a board member of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists, serving since early 2016.
Dr. Kurt and his wife Jackie are Minster natives. They have three children: Sunni, Kregg, and Jack. Sunni and her husband Tyler joined the practice in 2014.
Spine specialist, Dr. Sarah Bracamontes shares a story of a 79-year-young female with left leg pain. Dr. Bracamontes shares her evaluation and treatment program that helped this patient become active again.
Dr. Bracamontes is a graduate of Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and practices in Los Gatos, California. She has been a Cox Certified Doctor since 2005 as she found relief for herself as a patient being treated with Cox Technic. She also uses a low-force instrument for adjusting called an Activator. She practices an osteopathic therapy called cranio-sacral therapy. She has recently added pilates to her practice for functional rehab.
New graduate, Dr. Douglas Pettit shares a back pain story of an expectant father who needs to be ready for his wife's delivery within 2 weeks.
Dr. Douglas Pettit is a Chiropractic Physician that grew up in New Jersey who now lives and practices in the Northern Atlanta Suburbs. He has taken post graduate training in the Cox technique and is certified in the Lumbar Spine by National University. He has also taken extensive post graduate training in Extremity Adjusting allowing him to help people not only with spine pain but also other conditions from head-to-toe. Dr. Pettit is currently completing the Neuromuscular-Skeletal Diplomate Program though the University of Bridgeport giving him advanced training in diagnosing and understanding the most complicated cases.
Dr. Pettit is getting married this March, where his fiancé and him who are both huge supporters of local animal rescues. They have a dog named Penny and together in their free time they enjoy going to local wineries and coffee shops.
Spine specialist, Dr. Joseph Beissel shares a story of a 75-year-old gentleman struggling with chronic back pain.
Dr. Joseph C Beissel formerly served the citizens of Philadelphia as a member of the Philadelphia fire department for over 20 years. In that time, he earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Arcadia University. Upon retiring from the department Dr. Beissel completed his post graduate degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange Florida. Within the challenging times of the COVID- 19 Pandemic Dr. Beissel felt the need to open Rescue Care Chiropractic Clinic on March first, 2021 in order to maintain spinal health and reduce the stressors that are being put on the body in these trying times.
Dr. Beissel has extended his chiropractic training to become certified in the Cox® technic for flexion distraction and decompression of the spine. Experiencing low back pain himself Dr. Beissel chose a technic that is backed by research and proven to work for the most serious spine conditions. He brings his passion he had as a firefighter and saving lives to helping people heal and experience a better quality of life with this low force, rhythmical adjusting technic.
Founder of Cox Technic, Dr. James Cox presents a case of disc herniation on the opposite side of back pain. This is a re-broadcast of a webinar presentation.
Dr. Cox is the developer of Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction Manipulation and the proud participant in the on-going federal research projects involving the National University of Health Sciences, Palmer College of Chiropractic Research Center, Loyola Stritch School of Medicine, University of Illinois, University of Iowa, Auburn University, etc. He is a member of the postgraduate faculty of the National University of Health Sciences and has been privileged to speak throughout the world.
The full video of the case report is available as a CE ONLINE COURSE at this link.
About Dr. Cox
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Dr. Ernest Pecoraro, a world-renowned chiropractor who owned over five New York City clinics and re-emerged from over a decade of retirement after his daughter’s debilitating lower back pain was miraculously cured by addressing an unexpected culprit.
On this episode, spine specialist, Dr. James Cox shares a story of a 29-year-old mother of three with 3 levels of disc herniations in her lower back. He explains the treatment he rendered and why.
James M. Cox, DC, DACBR, FICC, Hon.D.Litt., FACO(H)
Dr. Cox is the developer of Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction Manipulation and the proud participant in the on-going federal research projects involving the Keiser University, National University of Health Sciences, Palmer College of Chiropractic Research Center, Loyola Stritch School of Medicine, University of Illinois, University of Iowa, Auburn University, etc. He is a member of the postgraduate faculty of the National University of Health Sciences and has been privileged to speak throughout the world.
About Dr. Cox
Grady Gibbs with Evolve Medical, shares his insight into selecting a doctor.
Grady has a 20-year career serving doctors and helping them achieve the triple aim: good for the patient, good for the system, good for the doctor.
On this episode, orthopedic physical therapist, Rick Olderman shares a story of a woman with a 15-year history of back pain who has a remarkable relief of her pain in just days.
Rick Olderman is a sports and orthopedic physical therapist with more than 25 years’ experience that specializes in helping people with chronic pain experience a pain-free life. He graduated with his Master’s Degree from The Krannert School of Physical Therapy at the University of Indianapolis in 1996.
His clinic in lovely Denver, Colorado was famous for being the place that people went when all other treatments failed.
Rick has written the popular Fixing You® series of books -- found on Amazon.com -- to help people with chronic pain or injuries. Rick wants to show you how to live completely pain-free without the need for medication.
He is one of the top professionals in the U.S. when it comes to understanding recurring injuries and chronic musculoskeletal pain. He wants to enhance quality of life by helping people fix their pain once and for all.
Rick wants to change how we understand and teach orthopedic physical therapy throughout all health and wellness education. He wants the fundamental understanding about how the body works to create and solve pain to be available to everyone.
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Dr. James Cox is the developer of Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction Manipulation. On this episode of The Back Doctors Podcast, he shares the most current literature supporting the principles of Cox Technic as well as shares exciting new research happening at Kaiser University.
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Interventional physiatrist, Dr. Brain Joves discusses treatment options for spinal stenosis.
Dr. Brian Joves is double board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine. He specializes in spine and chronic pain disorders, and is the Chief of Pain Management for Hill Physicians.
Dr. Joves completed his ACGME accredited Fellowship in Pain Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles/ WLA VHA, and his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of California, Davis. He earned his Medical Degree from Drexel University College of Medicine, his Master’s degree in Medical Sciences from Boston University School of Medicine, and his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Biology from UC Davis.
Dr. Joves believes in a comprehensive approach to pain management: emphasizing education and physical modalities, while utilizing medications, interventions, as well as complementary/alternative medicine approaches to achieve functional restoration and improve his patients’ quality of life. His professional interests include neuromodulation including spinal cord stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation, and dorsal root ganglion stimulation to treat neuropathic pain disorders.
Dr. Joves believes strongly in education. He has helped develop the Spine & Nerve Podcast and YouTube Channel, works with pain medicine fellows across the country as a mentor, and lectures nationally on neuromodulation therapies.