Do You Need Chiropractic Care After a Car Accident?

car-accidentsHave you, or someone you know, recently been involved in a car accident? Many people don't realise just how severe a car accident can be. It’s recommended to consult with a chiropractor as soon as possible to understand if significant injury may have been caused to your spine.

To book a chiropractic consultation please phone Chirolife now on (03) 9458 3255 or email here.


A car crash may cause significant injury to your body, with or without symptoms. A thorough chiropractic checkup, immediately after an accident, may help minimise any injury from manifesting as a health crisis later in life. As a chiropractor, I know only too well the types of injury and trauma that occur as a result of car accidents. Please read on to learn how chiropractic may help following a car accident.

 

Common Spinal Injuries

Injury can occur to the spine, neck and muscles. Common types of injury may include:

  • Whiplash
  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches and dizziness
  • soft tissue injury
  • Seat belt burn
  • Stiffness, aches and pain

 

Benefits of Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic works to:

  • Alleviate stiff joints
  • Reduce chronic pain
  • Halt and in some cases reverse disc degeneration
  • Correct poor posture
  • Remove pressure and irritation to the nervous system

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Consult Our Clinic

If you've been in a car accident recently, there are some important decisions you have to make. It's crucial to make these decisions immediately and not delay. A chiropractic check up and series of adjustments may help you.

Take the first important step to getting well today - contact us now to arrange a consultation. The team at Chirolife are happy to answer your questions and we look forward to helping you.

Please call (03) 9458 3255 to arrange an evaluation today.

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References

  1. Dies S, Strapp JW. Chiropractic treatment of patients in motor vehicle accidents: a statistical analysis . The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association. 1992;36(3):139-145.