Auto Accidents and Chiropractic

Auto Accidents and Chiropractic

Auto Accidents and Chiropractic

Frequently, the way a car can absorb and receive minimal damage to its frame can mislead a person about their own injuries and bodily damage. However, a person’s body is much more fragile than the glass, plastic and metal that their manufactured car is made out of.Even a small car accident, resulting in a bent, bumped or broken tail-light, can result in serious harm to your body.   This is because “hidden damage” can occur. It is very easy to reduce in your mind the injuries that may have resulted from a small accident.   Therefore, be extra cautious and get professional help, as the injury may be worse than you thought, causing “hidden damage” in your body.

If you need to be evaluated at an Emergency Room, you may be informed that you are fine because you don’t have any external injuries, and have no broken bones. You may be given medications to reduce inflammation, muscle spasms and pain caused by structural changes in your neck or lower back. However, in addition, to truly improve and fix the damage done after you’ve been injured, you’ll need a health professional that fully understands soft tissue injuries, spinal biomechanics and rehabilitation strategies to ensure proper healing.  Whether it was a little incident in the parking lot, or two cars speeding into each other, you need experienced health providers who know how to work with attorneys and insurance companies, and treat you appropriately. This is why having a professional chiropractor evaluate you, and take care of your health is the best decision you can make!

I have experienced relief, blessed relief!

"I have neck pain.  I recall various incidents that triggered it… reaching into a desk drawer, sleeping on a new pillow, etc.  I have seen other chiropractors and some helped and others didn't.  My mom introduced me to Dr. Rosenfeld and I have experienced relief, blessed relief!"

- IP

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