After an auto accident, one of the leading causes of pain is spinal or whiplash injuries. These types of injuries must be treated properly or they could lead to chronic pain or other long-term problems.
I am sure you have all met or know someone that says "ever since that accident I can’t turn my head all the way". Whiplash can cause scar tissue to form, limiting the movement of the ligaments, limiting the range of motion of your joints.
Fortunately, chiropractic treatments can help relieve symptoms and increase your range of motion. The best part of chiropractic care, there are no medications or surgery required. You can start treatment today, getting on your way to a pain-free life.
You will want to bring a copy of the accident report and your auto (car) insurance information. After a consultation, we may be able to start your treatment right away.
If you do not have any health insurance, you can still come in for a consultation and treatment. If you are suffering from pain, then the last thing you need is to worry about how to get help. Leave the paperwork to us.
We have been helping auto accident patients in Las Vegas for over 26 years.
Chronic neck pain can greatly affect your ability to concentrate on work or to enjoy your free time. If your neck is stiff, tender, or sore. If your pain levels range from ‘constant annoyance’ to ‘completely unbearable’. If you’ve tried taking over-the-counter pain medications, but they don’t provide you much relief or you’re worried about the side effects.
Don’t worry any longer, by receiving chiropractic care you can work towards a pain free neck and get back to living the life you want.
Approximately 4.5 million Americans* suffer non-fatal injuries in car accidents every year according to the National Safety Council. Often these injuries cause back pain.
The stress put on the spinal column in an auto accident can cause a piece of the spinal structure (called a disk) that separates your back bones (vertebrae) to move out of place.
These kinds of injuries to the spine are sometimes also called slipped or ruptured discs. These disc structures can push out into the spinal channel and press against the spinal nerves, producing severe back, neck, leg, and even hand pain. If you experience any kind of pain after a car accident you should see a doctor that primarily focuses on treating patients that have been in auto (car) accidents.