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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Yes, chiropractic can reduce inflammation, relieve tension and provide relief from pain. Chiropractic treatments are uniquely suited to promote the healing of soft tissue injury caused by car accidents.
A: We commonly treat a range of car accident injuries, including whiplash, neck and back pain, soft tissue injuries, herniated discs, muscle strains, and joint misalignments.
A: It is advisable to seek chiropractic treatment as soon as possible after a car accident, even if you do not immediately experience symptoms. Early intervention can help prevent potential long-term complications and promote faster recovery.
A: Chiropractic care can provide pain relief, restore mobility and function, reduce inflammation, promote natural healing, prevent scar tissue formation, and address underlying structural issues to improve overall well-being.
A: Our treatment approach may include spinal adjustments, mobilizations, soft tissue therapies, therapeutic exercises, traction, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and other modalities tailored to your specific needs and condition. Additionally we may coordinate your treatment with onsite medical providers at PMR accident injury center for adjuctive care.
A: Chiropractic care is often covered by car insurance under the PIP benefits section of your policy. Your PIP benefits and health insurance benefits will be coordinated to cover the cost of treatment related to your car accident injuries.
A: Chiropractic adjustments focus on realigning the spine and musculoskeletal system to promote natural healing, while traditional medical treatments may involve medications, surgery, or other interventions.
A: Chiropractic care is generally safe and non-invasive. However, minor soreness or stiffness after adjustments is normal and temporary. We will discuss any potential risks or side effects specific to your condition before starting treatment.
A: The recovery time varies depending on the severity of the injuries and individual factors. While some patients experience significant improvement within a few weeks, others may require several months of consistent treatment to achieve optimal recovery.

A: Yes, many chiropractors have the training and capability to take X-rays to assess the extent of your car accident injuries. X-rays can help them identify any misalignments, fractures, or other issues that may require specific treatment approaches. However, not all cases may require X-rays, and your chiropractor will determine their necessity based on a thorough evaluation of your condition.

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