TheCox®7Table™ is the perfected chiropractic instrument for the efficacious Cox® Technic. This seventh-generation table, designed by James M. Cox, DC, DACBR--inventor of flexion-distraction protocols-is the culmination of decades of clinical research proving its efficacy; the perfection of prior table designs; and a partnership with Track Corporation, a world-class engineering and manufacturing organization.
TheCox®7Table™ and the Cox® Technic are designed to use the doctor's hands to guide every aspect of the adjustment. The ergonomic design of
TheCox®7Table™ and the hands-on nature of the Cox® Technic combine to create an experience that's physically easier on the doctor and proven efficacious for the patient. Other chiropractic techniques may be practiced on the table as well, with the same ease of use and ergonomic comfort.
The Vibracussor Instrument flushes out congestion, releases fibrosis and fascial restrictions. Relaxes muscles, tendons and ligaments. It delivers waves of percussive impulses deep into the tissues of the body. These percussion waves promote an increase in circulation and lymphatic flow and a decrease in muscle spasm. Additionally, these waves heighten neurological awareness of specific areas of the body and facilitate energetic normalization.
The repetitive pumping action of the vibracussor is ideal for releasing joints and loosening up painful areas without using heavy thrusting forces. This is another treatment application used by Dr. De Jesus.
The ArthroStim Instrument delivers 12-14 incremental thrusts per second. By dividing the energy of a single thrust into rapid successive inputs, the ArthoStim Instrument modulates the (peak) force. This allows your doctor to administer an extremely comfortable, and highly effective, adjustment.
The secret to the instrument’s effectiveness comes from its controlled repetitive input. This input produces a cumulative ‘snowballing’ effect on neural receptors.
This permits the Arthrostim Instrument to create extensive neurological feedback to the brain, using greatly reduced forces.
By utilizing controlled, incremental thrusts, the Arthrostim Instrument is also able to stimulate specific neural receptors (mechanoreceptors and proprioreceptors) without activating undesirable pain receptors.