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Have you been in an auto accident ?

If you have been involved in a car accident, whiplash injuries need to be taken very seriously. Because symptoms of a whiplash injury can take weeks or months to manifest, it is easy to be fooled into thinking that you are not as injured as you really are.

Too often people don't seek treatment following a car accident because they don't feel hurt. By far, the most common injury to the neck is a whiplash injury.Whiplash is caused by a sudden movement of the head, either backward, forward, or sideways, that results in the damage to the supporting muscles, ligaments and other connective tissues in the neck and upper back.

 Unfortunately, by the time more serious complications develop, some of the damage from the injury may have become permanent.Numerous studies have shown that years after whiplash victims settle their insurance claims, roughly half of them state that they still suffer with symptoms from their injuries. If you have been in a motor vehicle or any other kind of accident, don't assume that you escaped injury if you are not currently in pain. Contact us today!

 How to Finance Your Treatment After An Accident .

The typical accident victim, fortunately, has not sustained any fractures of the bones.  Instead, the injuries suffered are multiple strains and sprains of the ligaments, muscles, and other soft tissues of the spine.  These soft tissue injuries are difficult to diagnose and can be quite painful, severe, and long lasting.  If not treated early and by the proper methods, they can lead to chronic and disabling complications.

 Treatment of Choice
The treatment of choice for soft tissue injuries, the most effective care, is chiropractic .  As a patient, you have an absolute right to select the best type of care.  The right choice is to seek treatment from a doctor of chiropractic.  

 

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