Lester Cox Technique
The Lester Cox Technique is a soft tissue method of treating conditions involving almost the whole body, including the neck, shoulders, elbows, hands, back, coccyx, hip, hamstrings, knees, calves, ankles toes and more.
It is worth noting the similar success of Bowen Therapy in treating many comparable small animal and equine problems within Australia and internationally.
The technique mobilises, reduces pain and restores function to affected body parts. There is no bone crunching involved and most often frequent visits are not usually required. The technique involves physically repositioning tendons, ligaments and cartilage into their correct position leading to pain relief and an alleviation of the condition.
Lester Cox developed this unique technique by feel, intuition and by comparing the side of the body functioning normally with the side that was not functioning. He then developed various techniques to ensure that the dysfunctional side had the same soft tissue positioning as the healthy functioning side.
The resultant technique of literally moving the tendons, ligaments and cartilage developed and refined over thirty five years has been outstandingly successful with many thousands of patients able to attest its effectiveness.