Dr. Lee Hazen, a Cox Certified practitioner and his wife Cheri, a Functional Nutritional Lifestyle practitioner share how they use a wholistic approach to healing by sharing a recent patient story.
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 Technique 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.
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.
RN (Registered Nurse)
ICHC (International Cert. Health Coach)
FNLP (Functional Nutrition Lifestyle Practitioner)
LE (Lifestyle Educator)
Cheri has dedicated her life to serving others and working with people on making true transformational changes in their lives. As a dedicated founder of TCIM, her unique approach to healing and her calming influence are appreciated by everyone that gets the privilege to work with her.
Cheri’s formal training is in Nursing. She graduated from BYU in 1984 and started her career by working on a very busy surgical floor preparing patients for surgery. Throughout her career, she has spent time working at a number of different hospitals in California and Indiana. She has helped countless patients ranging from those faced with cancer to helping mothers deliver babies. Cheri has also graduated from massage therapy school and most recently, she has worked with the love of her life, her husband Dr. Lee Hazen at Chiropractic Works, in Murrieta CA as his medical assistant.
She received her degree as a certified Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is excited that her degree and unique life experiences will give her the ability to empower others and help to restore their health and vitality.
Cheri’s unique approach to healing comes from her own first-hand experience with suffering from a life-altering chronic condition. Cheri’s journey through intense pain and chronic fatigue forced her to make permanent lifestyle changes, practice coping skills like deep breathing and meditation, and discover the power that proper nutrition has in reversing the disease process. Now that she is healthy, she has rededicated her life to sharing her story and helping others faced with similar challenges.
Healing is possible…and Cheri is the living proof that her methods work. Cheri makes healing fun, exciting, and breaks everything down into small, obtainable steps. She will never overwhelm a patient with too much information or too much radical change all at once. She understands that this is all a process and she hopes to be viewed as a health partner helping her patients through it all!
Cheri works with patients on the following:
Diet and Exercise Plans
Breathing Exercises and Techniques
Encouragement and Reinforcement
Spine specialist, Dr. Elra Morgan shares a story of a young man that collapses while playing basketball.
Dr. Elra Morgan is a chiropractor serving Marine City and the surrounding area. Our chiropractor and the rest of the welcoming team at American Chiropractic Medical Services are committed to providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs, whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, or even muscular tightness and tension. You may be searching for pain relief after an accident, experiencing an injury, or if you suffer from a specific condition like chronic back pain or a spinal condition. Even if you are looking to improve your overall health, our chiropractor can help you attain your everyday wellness goals! Visit our testimonials page to find out what our patients are saying about our Marine City chiropractor and our chiropractic care plans.
“I regularly attend and teach continuing education classes to ensure that I stay current and provide you with the highest level of care available.”
“Professional organizations and Memberships are other ways I work to stay current. Membership means that I meet the high standards expected by these groups.”
“I understand the needs of the community and work to ensure that this area and our youth will have a bright future.”
Dr. Robert Patterson and his patient share her 30-year history of back pain. Together they tell her story that resulted in back surgery and her treatment that followed to manage her pain.
DR. ROBERT PATTERSON
Dr. Patterson is a native to Overland Park. He graduated Cum Laude from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 1988. He founded Overland Chiropractic Health Services PA in February of 1988 and has been practicing in Overland Park since. He believes in taking a “whole person” approach to patient care. This means looking for the underlying causes of disease, dysfunction, and pain, as opposed to treating the symptoms.
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Chicago spine specialist, Dr. Peter Meyer shares three very patient similar stories with neck and arm pain who opted not to undergo neck surgery.
In addition to earning his Doctor of Chiropractic from the National College of Chiropractic, Dr. Meyer earned his BA in biology from Illinois Wesleyan University. He is also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician® (CCSP®). He also has a degree in sports injuries, and took an additional 200 hours of sports education. Additionally, Dr. Pete has postgraduate training in the following:
Dr. Pete is also a Cox Certified physician for both the cervical and lumbar spines.
“I like the fact that we have required continuing education hours as I love learning.” Dr. Pete loves updating his skills and learning what’s new in the field of chiropractic.
He also stays active professionally as a member of the American Chiropractic Association and the Illinois Chiropractic Society.
Call Dr. Meyer's office 773-725-4979
New York Spine specialist, Dr. Gary Stefanick shares a story of a 68 year old woman who had back surgery, but had continued back pain after the surgery.
A word from Dr. Stefanick:
As a chiropractor in practice for over 34 years in the west village of New York City. I specialize the treatment of acute and chronic spinal conditions through the use of spinal decompression, manipulation, physio and exercise therapy. I am also board certified in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and therefore excel at treating non-spinal conditions such as shoulder, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle pain. I also do excellent work with headache, migraine, and TMJ.
49 West 12th, Suite #1E, New York, NY
Dr. Kelly Brinkman chronicles the 10 year back pain history of a 55 year old man and then shares his road to recovery.
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. Silke Laub shares a case of abdominal pain due to a bulging thoracic disc.
Dr. Silke Laub
Dr. Laub is a Webster & Cox Technic certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. She provides flexion distraction therapy, prenatal and postpartum care, pediatric chiropractic, instrument assisted myofascial release techniques, athletic and functional taping, craniosacral therapy and nutritional counseling. She is currently working towards her goal of becoming a certified pediatric chiropractor.
As a board-certified chiropractic orthopedist and certified laser pain management physician, Dr. Ed Barry has spent the past 38 years helping patients get back to all the things they used to do. Over that time, Dr. Barry utilized traditional chiropractic techniques as well as laser therapy to treat a variety of conditions including arthritis, sciatica, spinal stenosis, hip pain, back and neck pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Many years ago, while Dr. Barry was exercising in the gym, he was drawn to a curious apparatus that was specifically designed for toning the abdominal muscles. What made this piece of equipment so interesting was in the design and movement – a bench was fitted with a pivot bearing in the mid-point of the table so the user could alter the plane of movement in the abdomen as you contracted upward, creating resistance to both the anterior and oblique muscles in the abdomen.
That got him thinking about the possibility of creating a device that could combine the two movements of flexion and traction for the lower back. And that’s when the seed for Lift was planted, and with those years of development, refinement, and engineering, Dr. Barry is now proud to introduce Lift to patients all over the world.
Board Certified Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Board Certified Pain Management
Helping reduce his patients’ often debilitating pain is why Dr. Scott Taylor is practicing medicine. His main focus is interventional pain management which provides his patients less invasive procedures that fill the gap between major traditional back surgery and conservative care. In practice for 26 years, he finds these procedures offer exciting and new opportunities to help his patients maximize quality of life, maximize function and reduce their pain. Dr. Taylor is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency at the Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine in Norfolk, Virginia.
The Cox 8 Table made by Haven Medical is essential to the certified Cox Technic doctor. It is a combination of Dr. James Cox's vision and the engineering genius of Mr. Don Wisner and his team at Haven Medical. Mr. Wisner discusses the continuing evolution of the Cox Table and it's application in treatment spine pain and documentation of improving spine function.
About Don Wisner, the President of Haven Medical:
Growing up in Flint, Michigan in the 50’s and 60’s meant there was one thing ingrained in our culture: Cars!
This was the Golden Era of the U.S. Auto Industry and Flint was was a shining gem the crown jewel of Detroit’s auto manufacturing dominance. For the families who lived and worked here, cars were part of our DNA.
Haven’s founder, Don Wisner, grew up in Auto Mecca surrounded by people who loved to get their hands dirty building things, working on things and fixing things; mostly (you guessed it) cars… parts for cars… or tools, equipment and gadgets to work on cars.
Since an early age, Don was afflicted with "Creative A.D.H.D.," the product of a curious mind, an active imagination and a short attention span. His dad trained him not to read instruction or assembly manuals, but to figure out how things went together and worked for himself. (To this day, if Don gets lost he won’t stop to ask directions let alone use his GPS, and he thinks “moderation” – especially when it comes to building stuff to last -- is for wimps).
While most of the boys would run to the ball field or soda shop after school, Don would race home to his Pop’s workshop where he learned first hand how to repair anything that broke, or build anything the family needed but couldn’t afford to go out and buy. That’s how it was done back then.
By the time Don graduated high school he could rebuild an engine in his sleep, but the passion to invent and build things from scratch had him in its grip, so he went on to earn a degree in Engineering from the prestigious Michigan Tech, aka the “MIT of The Midwest.”
After graduating from Michigan Tech, Don quickly became a rising star in General Motors’ Buick and Cadillac Luxury Divisions where he invented ABTS (All Belt To Seat) Technology, a revolutionary new safety system which forever changed the way seat belts function, move and are installed in certain luxury vehicles. ABTS was first used in the Buick Park Avenue and continues to be a standard safety feature to this day.
Spine specialist, Dr. Shawn Nelson shares a story of a woman who had traumatic spine injuries that left her leg and the last four toes of her foot numb for 10 years. He describes how he was able to help this patient return to a higher quality of life.
Dr. Shawn Nelson
My journey to becoming a Chiropractor began as a patient in my early teens. I was being treated for some debilitating migraine headaches that would take my vision from me. I began to get adjustments and these went away. Continued treatment then kept them away. When the time came to make some career choices in high school; I chose Chiropractor, FBI agent, and stuntman (The Fall Guy was my favorite TV show and the impetus for this choice). Due to my natural aptitude in science, my experiences with my own issues, and my overwhelming desire to be able to help in any situation I could; I made my choice.
I was educated my entire life inside the State of Iowa. First attending and graduating from Waldorf College with an AA in pre-med. I continued on at the University of Northern Iowa and then the Palmer College of Undergraduate Studies earning my BS in General Science. I finished my education graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa March of 2002. I have practiced in Michigan continuously since moving here in April of 2002.
My wife and I have 2 boys and a girl which keeps us very active. We have been living in nearby Grosse Pointe Woods for 8 years and stay very active with the local schools and churches. My work ethic was shaped by growing up on our family farm outside my hometown of 500 people. My parents worked full time jobs and I played 5 sports in high school, so we farmed at night when everyone else had gone in for the night. If something broke we were up as long as we needed to be to get ready for the next night.
I have always been around athletics. After high school I was a 2 sport athlete in college on scholarship for both football and wrestling. I continued to receive Chiropractic care through these years specifically after severely spraining my left knee at the end of my freshman years. Once those ended I changed my focus to rugby. I was on scholarship for it through my chiropractic college. My playing career ended in 2012. I played in 2 countries, countless states, and for 6 teams (including a cameo for the Navy). I have coached both the men and women of Detroit. For the last 7 years I have stayed active with refereeing. I have been taking care of athletes nearly 20 years starting in our rehab department in college, treating the whole rugby team in college for a year, and then being the on field trainer and chiropractor for all of the teams I played on and coached for 17 years here in Detroit.
Spine specialist, Dr. Robert Borzone and his patient tell their story of continuation of care from one Certified Cox Technic doctor to another.
Dr. Robert Borzone, DC, LAc, DACBN is a Chiropractor, Licensed Acupuncturist, Diplomate of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition and Certified AMMA Therapist. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry from Rider College and his Doctorate degree from New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Borzone is the former Dean of the School of Massage Therapy and Chair of the Science Department of the New York College for Health Professions where he also received his training in acupuncture. He is an adjunct faculty member at Stony Brook University teaching courses on Complementary Medicine and Ancestral Medicine for the School of Social Welfare. Dr. Borzone is an adjunct faculty member at Nassau Community College teaching courses on Nutrition and Biology and has lectured at Hofstra University on Nutrition and Wellness. He is a Diplomate in Acupuncture and Oriental Bodywork through the NCCAOM, a Certified Asian Bodywork Therapy Instructor with the AOBTA and a Certified COX practitioner. Dr. Borzone is a Category A Provider of NCBTMB.Dr. Borzone has dedicated over 30 years to the health professions through education, consulting and professional development. He has lectured extensively in the fields of Oriental Medicine, Nutrition, Back Care and Wellness and has published works in professional journals as well as contributed to books on wellness.
Spine specialist, Dr. Jasmine Hornberger and her patient share her story of recovery following a second back surgery.
I have been in private practice at Inspired Health in Grand Haven, MI for just over eight years. I was inspired to move here in 2012 to be close to Lake Michigan and infuse the grounded recommendations of being outside as part of my holistic approach to health and healing. I love nature and enjoy hiking, sailing, paddle boarding and the beach.
I have over 300 post-doctoral hours in functional nutrition and focus on balancing body chemistry using Standard Process whole food supplements. I believe in supporting the internal cellular environment to aid in the recovery of injuries and imbalances. I became Cox Flexion/Distraction certified in the fall of 2015 and have been implementing the gentle traction-force technique in my treatment plans ranging from minor over-use injuries to post-surgical pain syndromes and am trained to handle complex, multi-faceted clinical presentations.
As a lover of movement medicine, I completed my 200 hour yoga teacher training in the summer of 2017 and began teaching twice a week. Yoga and cathartic movement have so many benefits for mind/body health and through rhythmic flow I believe heavy emotions that continue to block growth can finally be released and self-love is then the ultimate gift we can give ourselves. Currently I offer an online subscription of classes I developed called Primal Pulse. Each class varies slightly but includes a warm-up, yoga flow, breath work with aromatherapy and ends with a short meditation to crystal singing bowls.
I love being of service to my community and am passionate about helping people move away from pain-based, reactionary care and focus on long-term prevention and holistic natural living. I believe everyone has the capability to remove interference in their life, restoring mind/body harmony and reclaiming a full and vibrant life.
I look forward to helping you discover your Everyday Alignment,
Graduated Cum Laude from
Palmer College of Chiropractic, 2011
Dr. Steven Baroody shares an interesting story about a woman who receives lots of treatment on her shoulder for shoulder pain, but her shoulder is not the problem.
Dr. Steven Baroody is a 2004 graduate of New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. A martial artist for more than thirty years, he was introduced to chiropractic when he injured his lower back being thrown. The quick recovery that followed, and the opportunity to help others convinced him that chiropractic was the career for him.
Halfway through his education, however, Dr. Baroody sustained a shoulder injury serious enough to require surgery. After the surgery, however, active release therapy (ART) accelerated his rehabilitation and enabled him to return to both chiropractic and the high level of martial arts he had enjoyed before the injury.
Having been through the pain of a chronic injury, and the long search for someone who could help him, Dr. Baroody became very well-versed in the diagnosis and treatment of shoulder injuries, and pursued full certification in ART to allow him to provide the same quality of care that he had received.
Australian spine specialist, Dr. Amelia Pappas shares a story about an active 43 year old mother of four who experiences severe back pain that impacts her ability to care for her children.
Your spine is your most important structural asset-, It's the key to movement and function. Dr. Amelia Pappas has been practicing in the Malvern area for over 10 years. Her certification in Cox Therapy has steered her focus towards the management and rehabilitation of disc injuries, pregnancy-related back pain, postural strain and joint dysfunction. Amelia has recently been invited to join the Board of Chiropractic Australia Research Foundation (CARF) who are dedicated to supporting research in the chiropractic profession.
Spine specialist, Dr. Tyler Lomnicki shares a story of a gentleman who has many health challenges in addition to his severe back and leg pain.
Dr. Tyler Lomnicki has been in practice since 2014 after graduating from the National University of Health Sciences near his hometown of Chicago, IL. Dr. Tyler is a board certified Chiropractic Orthopedist, achieving Diplomate status from the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists in 2016. He is also a board member of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists, serving since late 2018. Dr. Tyler is full-spine certified in Cox® Technic, has completed multiple continuing education courses in Motion Palpation, and is certified in Parts A and B of McKenzie Diagnosis and Treatment®, Lower Extremity Active Release Technique®, is certified as a mobility specialist (FRCms) and Functional Range Release (F.R.) practitioner through Functional Anatomy Seminars.
He lives in Minster, Ohio with his wife Sunni and daughters Drea and Luca.
Julie Cox-Cid, the daughter of Dr. James Cox, the developer of Cox Technic shares her very personal experience as a patient suffering with a large disc herniation.
Neurosurgeons recommended immediate spine surgery for a former professional football player with neck pain. Dr. Matthew Scott explains how he treated this large man with non-surgical Cox Technic and prevented him from having neck surgery.
About Dr. Scott
Listen as spine specialist and founder of the Cox Technic, Dr. James Cox discuss the non-surgical treatment of scoliosis.
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
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On this episode, I along with two patients share their stories of back and leg pain after having previous back surgeries.
Hi…I’m Dr. Michael Johnson. I’m a practicing physician specializing in treating spinal related problems. My professional quest for over 25 years has been to find the most effective treatments for the most painful and debilitating spine conditions.
We live, exist, and function in a gravitational environment. This takes a toll on our spine, our posture, and thus our overall health. Conditions such as degenerative disc disease, arthritis, disc herniation, spinal stenosis, previous spine surgery, and pregnancy can cause back pain, leg pain, neck pain, arm pain, and a host of other spinal related symptoms.
My goal is to connect you with a doctor who can help you.
The mission of The Back Doctors is to engage in meaningful exchanges with doctors from around the world who have a similar passion in treating the multitudes of individuals suffering with spine pain. I want to find hope for you. There is help out there, let’s go find it together.
Spine specialist, Dr. Ted Magnuson shares a remarkable story of a wheelchair bond patient who walks again.
Dr. Magnuson practices in Lancaster, CA. He is Cox Technic Certified doctor. Dr. Magnuson treats difficult spine cases, mostly patients with disc issues.
Dr. Nima Rahmany talks about the connection of stress and anxiety to chronic pain.
Dr. Nima helps people who are stuck in toxic relationships who, career limbo, and emotional trauma overcome their anxiety and create powerfully aligned relationships by deepening their intimate relationship with the most important person of all: themselves.
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Psychotherapist, Daniel G. Lyman, LCSW, relates the mind-body connection and chronic pain with this patient story.
Daniel G Lyman, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist and mental health coach, specializing in anxiety, depression, chronic pain (TMS, MBS, Central Sensitization, PPD, Amplified Pain), sexuality and LGBTQ related issues. Based in Los Angeles, California, Daniel also offers Skype Coaching throughout the world. With thousands of hours experience and clients on 5 different continents, Daniel's training and experience can help you reach your goals, including reducing anxiety, overcoming depression, eliminating chronic pain, and much more.
Dr. Bret White from Keiser University shares a story about a retired mail worker with back and leg pain as a result of a synovial cyst.
Dr. Bret White is an Assistant Professor for the Keiser University, College of Chiropractic Medicine in West Palm Beach, FL. He is also an Attending Physician in the KUCCM Student Clinic. He was the first chiropractor to hold a faculty position at the prestigious Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, where he was a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Public Health and Family Medicine for 5 years. Dr. White graduated in 1995 from the New York Chiropractic College. He practiced for 10 years in Boston and has been practicing in south Florida for the last 15 years, with a special emphasis on sports injuries and orthopedics. Dr. White is diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists.
Spine specialist, Dr. Ted Siciliano shares a story of a gentleman who couldn't sleep at night due to his arms going numb.
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.