Nearly 2 million Americans suffer from whiplash among other musculoskeletal injuries as a result of auto accidents each year. If you experience an auto injury, Jason Keller, DC, of iMed Regeneration Center, a skilled chiropractor in Colorado Springs, Colorado, offers nonsurgical treatments, including chiropractic adjustments and physical rehabilitation, to get you back on your feet again. If you were hurt in an auto accident, don’t wait to contact the office to book an appointment. Call or schedule online today.
The most common auto injuries that are not life-threatening, include:
Left untreated, symptoms from whiplash and herniated discs in your spine and neck can lead to chronic, painful conditions.
If you’re involved in a minor fender-bender, or you’re rear-ended in an auto accident, you may not even realize that you suffered an injury until the next day. That’s when you realize you have sore muscles, a stiff neck, or back pain. These symptoms can indicate an underlying problem, so it’s best to get evaluated as soon as possible if you suspect you have an auto injury.
At iMed Regeneration Center, Dr. Keller, DC, evaluates your symptoms, checks your neck and spine for proper alignment, and determines the extent of your injuries. He then prescribes a natural treatment plan to help your body heal.
After evaluating your spine, joints, and muscles, and talking to you about your symptoms, Dr. Keller, DC, customizes a natural treatment protocol to foster your body’s own healing abilities. This may include chiropractic care to realign your neck and spine, physical therapy, exercises, and a series of manual adjustments.
And if you have herniated discs in your spine, you may benefit from spinal decompression therapy. This nonsurgical, noninvasive approach to treating injuries can help reduce the pressure on spinal nerves that occurs as a result of bulging discs. Chiropractic care can also relieve whiplash pain and symptoms so your neck heals and your symptoms don’t become chronic.
One of the most common auto injuries, whiplash typically occurs when you’re rear-ended in an accident. Even at low speeds, the sudden impact causes your head and neck to jerk backward and forward, beyond your normal range of motion. As a result, you end up with whiplash and the accompanying symptoms, including:
Whiplash is a soft-tissue injury, and it can take a long time to heal. With proper care from an experienced chiropractor like Dr. Keller, DC, you get relief from painful symptoms as your upper (cervical) spine fully recovers from the trauma you experienced.
If anyone in your family is involved in an auto accident, contact iMed Regeneration Center by phone or request an appointment online.