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Have you been injured in a collision?

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It started with a routine trip to the store.

Suddenly you hear a screeching of tires and the harsh sound of metal hitting metal. In the split second before you can brace yourself, you feel your car moving from some unseen force!

Hidden Damage

It’s tempting to minimize your own injuries because your car has sustained little or no damage. Research shows that occupants can be injured considerably more than what you’d expect from a dented fender or a broken taillight.

The Medical Solution

If you visit the emergency room, you may be given a clean bill of health because you don’t have any broken bones. You might get a prescription to reduce the muscle spasms caused by structural changes in your neck or lower back.

After what you’ve been through, you’ll need a health professional that truly understands soft tissue injuries, spinal biomechanics and rehabilitation strategies. Call our practice.

We Can Help

Whether it was a little incident in the parking lot, or two cars attempting to occupy the same space in an intersection, you need people who know how to work with lawyers and insurance companies.

If you’ve been in a car accident, give us a call. We’ve been through this many times. Not only can we usually offer drug-free care, we can help put this behind you once and for all.

Common Questions

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Most of us have been involved in at least a minor fender bender on the road. Though the damage to your car after an accident can be easy to spot, your injuries aren’t always so obvious. Even if you feel fine, it’s possible that the effects of a muscle strain or worse has yet to set in.

Here’s what can happen to your body:

  • Whiplash: Perhaps the most common injury associated with an accident, whiplash affects your body as the force of a collision whips your head back and then forward sharply.
  • Disc Herniation: In a more severe accident, it’s possible for a disc to become weakened or bulged.
  • Pinched Nerve: After an accident, a pinched nerve can result due to inflammation in the body. This could take anywhere from days to months to develop.

The unseen damage from the trauma of a car accident can often show up months, even years later. Encourage those you love to call us for a non-obligation evaluation.

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You’re waiting at a stoplight. The sound of screeching tires is followed by the harsh sound of metal hitting metal. Your car is suddenly being pushed forward!

You’re being rear-ended!

In a split second, your body is pushed against your seat. Your head, isolated by your neck, delays its reaction.

Then, your body changes directions, moving forward to the limits of your seatbelt. Then your head is snapped backwards! You can’t stop it.

Even a minor fender bender can produce a whiplash injury. It may take a day or two, or sometimes months for symptoms to appear. Now what?

Get to our practice for an examination!

Specific chiropractic spinal adjustments, because they can help restore proper motion and position of individual spinal bones, can help promote proper healing.

The longer you wait the more unseen damage there is and the longer it seems to take to recover.

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