Chiropractic Care After An Auto Accident
When you’re in an auto accident, the number and kind of injuries your body can sustain are endless, but you don’t necessarily notice them right away. Between the shock of a car accident and the adrenaline you’ll feel while you’re getting through the day following an accident, you might not recognize the injury until much later in the day, if not days or weeks. Although it’s common for some auto accident injuries to present mild symptoms at first, such as a sore back or stiff neck, don’t underestimate your injuries. Your car accident injuries may be more severe than you realize. Instead of leaving it to chance, hoping that throbbing sensation in your hip goes away or your strained back works itself out, seek auto accident injury recovery treatment with our chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists.
Chiropractic Treatment For Car Accident Injury Recovery
Depending on where you’re injured during an auto accident, your body may be in need of chiropractic spinal adjustments. With spinal adjustments, we are able to realign misaligned vertebrae, which means that your body can begin to heal. Chiropractic adjustments help resolve injuries related to stress and strain throughout your back and neck, relieve muscle and nerve tension throughout your entire body, and resolve any range of motion problems caused your auto accident.
Auto Injury Massage Therapy
Massage therapy is an invaluable tool in injury recovery and pain relief, including auto accident injury treatment. Patients who are suffering from pain in any area of their bodies often find massage therapy injury treatments to be a useful pain relief solution. When you’re suffering from neck, shoulder, or back pain that requires chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy can be used as a valuable supplement to chiropractic adjustments in order to provide increased pain relief and promote faster injury recovery. Massage therapy can be an immensely powerful tool due to the nature of massage; it targets your body’s muscular, nervous, and circulatory systems. This makes massage therapy an effective recovery treatment for injuries related to these systems.
Acupunctural Auto Accident Injury Treatment
We also offer acupuncture treatments as a complement to our other chiropractic care services. With acupuncture, we are able to target injuries in very specific areas of your body, using needles to pinpoint the focal point of your auto injuries and treat them at the source.
Recognizing Whiplash Symptoms
One of the more common auto accident injury of which you should be aware is whiplash, as it can seem mild, but really be a more severe auto injury with any number of symptoms, making it difficult for patients to self-diagnose. If you’ve sustained a whiplash injury, you may think you’re injury-free following an accident or that you’ve sustained only minor injuries, which means you likely won’t seek auto injury treatment until your symptoms progress. If you’re feeling any discomfort following a car accident, though, whether it be a slight twinge in your neck or an aching back, pay attention to your pain and look for whiplash symptoms. Common symptoms of whiplash include: aching or throbbing, stabbing or shooting pains, stiffness and soreness, and decreased range of motion. You may see all or none of these symptoms in your neck, shoulders, and back. You might assume your whiplash injury will heal itself. Don’t assume that. Find out for sure how you really are.
Insurance-Covered Auto Injury Treatment
We have the benefit of living in a no-fault state, which means that, in Minnesota, you have a right to insurance-covered auto accident injury treatments. Rather than waiting to seek injury treatment, risking that your auto injuries may become worse, come to Abeler Chiropractic. Find out for sure how severe your auto injury is and which treatment methods are right for you, including chiropractic spinal adjustments, acupuncture, and/or massage therapy.
Contact us at (763) 421-3722 or email@example.com, and begin your auto accident injury chiropractic treatments today.