Cox Flexion Distraction

Patients with pain in their neck, back, or legs can benefit from the Cox Flexion Distraction technique for safe and efficient pain relief. With this treatment, Dr. Oza aligns your spine, which relieves any pain you may be experiencing. Slow, precise, repetitive movements allow the discs in the lower back to expand. These motions are effective because they allow the discs a period of relief from constant pressure, which reduces inflammation and consequently restores optimal nerve function.

The Cox Flexion-Distraction Technique: A Gentle Path to Spinal Healing

If you’re looking for a non-force chiropractic adjustment method, you can’t go wrong with the Cox Flexion Distraction Technique. This is a revolutionary technique that involves chiropractic care as well as osteopathy and offers an effective and non-surgical solution so you can find quick relief from lower back and leg pain

Here’s what’s unique about the Cox Flexion Distraction technique:

Here’s what’s unique about the Cox Flexion Distraction technique:

Spinal Decompression

Chiropractors use the Cox Flexion Distraction technique mainly to decompress the patient’s spine. They do this by gently stretching or applying traction to the patient’s lower spine, reducing pressure on your spinal discs and nerves.

Specialized Adjustment Table

Chiropractors don’t just use any table for this technique; they have a special table designed especially for the patients who opt for the Cox Flexion Distraction technique, which Dr. Cox designed. This table is unique because it has movable parts that allow the chiropractor to effectively separate your different spinal segments and manipulate them.

Gentle and Controlled Movements

With this technology, your chiropractor can apply gentle pressure while adjusting the table sections according to your needs. The chiropractor applies slow and repetitive movements while ensuring there are no sudden thrusts so that the entire process is as comfortable for you as possible.

Wide Range of Benefits

The technique is known to reduce disc pressure, widen the spinal canal, improve the range of motion in spinal joints and limbs, enhance posture, and increase circulation. It also improves nerve communication, reducing pain in the lower back, legs, neck, and arms.

Ideal for Various Conditions

It’s particularly beneficial for patients with herniated, slipped, or ruptured discs, Sciatica, and other related conditions due to its gentle nature, and it’s also suitable for patients recovering from spinal surgery or undergoing rehabilitation.

Pleasant and Relaxing

Many patients find the Cox Flexion-Distraction Technique not only pain-free but also a relaxing experience. It’s a recognized method for pain relief, often eliminating the need for spinal surgery.
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