Have you been in an accident? Relief is possible. This is a good example of where chiropractic is an appropriate health-care choice.
Trauma can cause spinal mis-alignments in the body which can in turn distort your structure and irritate your nerves, bones, ligaments and discs. Any accident, no matter how minor, can create nerve-damaging mis-alignments. We can give you a spinal check-up to ensure that your spine is free from these health-compromising changes and to prevent any long-term damage.
If you are suffering from back pain or neck pain after a car accident, you may have sustained a spinal injury or a whiplash injury. Without proper care, these injuries can have a serious impact on your health, leading to months or even years of chronic pain. Our Lindenhurst chiropractor, Dr. Mark Freund, has substantial experience treating auto accident injury patients. Dr. Freund understands the best ways to manage back pain and whiplash pain without the need for medication or surgery.
Neck pain and back pain occur during an auto accident when the force of the accident knocks your musculoskeletal system out of proper alignment. There is strain to the neck muscles, causing more stiffness, soreness and pain. Traditional medical care with prescription painkillers is effective for immediate pain relief, but is not a long-term solution. Medication by itself cannot help you regain mobility after a spine injury. Chiropractic care for auto accident injuries can really help.
Chiropractic adjustments will treat the underlying spinal or whiplash injury. Adjustments relieve the pressure on the nerves and muscles, while bringing alignment back to the spine. Complementary therapies help bring a full range of motion back to the body.
If you have recently been in a car accident, contact us as soon as possible for prompt treatment. We will be able to identify your underlying injuries and create a customized treatment program. You may be experiencing symptoms such as neck and back pain, headaches, migraines, shoulder pain, fatigue, weakness in limbs, jaw and facial pain, blurred vision, irritability, and dizziness.