Even a “minor” crash can result in serious injuries like ligament sprains, neck pain, and other discomfort. This can lead to chronic pain and disability if not treated properly. In fact, research shows that early treatment is the best way to prevent long-term symptoms. Chiropractic adjustments are effective because they help restore the healthy, normal function of your nervous system without the use of drugs or surgery.
Some of the symptoms seen in auto injury patients include:
- Chronic Pain
- Dizziness or Vertigo
- Jaw Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Radicular Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Whiplash is another common concern with patients who have recently been in an accident. In fact, according to the American Chiropractic Association, one of the most common causes of neck pain is whiplash resulting from a car accident. A sudden forced movement of the head or neck in any direction and the resulting “rebound” in the opposite direction is known as whiplash. The sudden “whipping” motion injures the surrounding and supporting tissues of the neck and head. Muscles react by tightening and contracting, creating muscle fatigue, which can result in pain and stiffness. Severe whiplash can also be associated with injury to the intervertebral joints, discs, ligaments, muscles, and nerve roots.
If you or a loved one has recently been involved in an auto accident, it is important to seek prompt chiropractic care to best avoid any lingering discomfort or damage from the trauma. At Jeeo Health Center, we are well equipped to treat injuries resulting from an auto accident. Not only are we experts in treating the injuries associated with these accidents, but we take pride in providing the proper documentation of injuries, detailed narratives, and daily reports required by insurance companies and attorneys for the proper resolution of your claim. You can rest assured that you are in the best hands with our skilled team.
For more information about our services or to schedule an appointment, contact Jeeo Health Center today.