Specializing in Car Accident Injuries and Physical and Financial Recovery

Dr. Summer Turner

Dr. Turner is from North Carolina but has traveled all over the country pursuing her career of treating people who have been Injured in Accidents and people who suffer from chronic pain. Dr. Turner is well versed in Chiropractic care with an emphasis on sports-related therapies. She had the opportunity to train under the Chiropractor for the Carolina Panthers in order to complete her Masters in Sports rehabilitation. From there she learned under two other Chiropractors, which allowed her to sharpen her skills and adjusting techniques. Dr. Turner is certified in several soft tissue techniques including Active Release Technique (ART) and Fascial Distortion Model (FDM), as well as a movement diagnosis technique called Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).
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How Do Chiropractors Know If Your Spine is Out of Alignment?

Signs of a Misaligned Spine 

The spine is a very complex structure that houses the spinal cord and spinal nerves that carry information throughout our entire bodies. The spinal column is made up of bones called vertebrae. Attached to the spine are muscles that allow strength and movement to the spine. 

When the spine becomes misaligned, also known as a subluxation, it can cause a wide variety of malfunctions within the body. 

Misalignment within the spine can affect our daily lives, causing neck and back pain, as well as pain throughout the rest of our bodies. This pain typically has to do with the misaligned vertebrae adding pressure to the nerves in the spinal column. 

The spine can become misaligned for any number of reasons. Some of which are obvious, like being involved in a serious accident. However, there are other reasons that may not be as clear, and it may not be obvious that there is a misalignment at all. 

Here are some common signs that your Chiropractor will look out for when determining if your spine is misaligned. 

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The Health Foods That Are Actually Bad For You

Healthy Options That Aren't Great For Your Health

We live in the age of the fad diet and miracle weight loss program.

Eat this superfood and lose 10 pounds in 3 days!

Do this workout and have abs like Arnold!

Don't want to workout or eat healthily? Fine! Just take this pill!

Luckily, it's usually pretty easy to spot a scam when we see one. 

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5 Reasons To See The Chiropractor While You're Pregnant

 

When you visit the chiropractor, they will use hands-on spinal manipulation to restore proper alignment of the musculoskeletal structure, particularly the spine.

This enables the body to heal itself without surgery or excess medication.

Manipulation is also used to restore joint mobility that has been restricted due to traumatic events or repetitive stress.

People of all ages and backgrounds can benefit from seeing a chiropractor.

Adults, children, healthy people, people with medical conditions, and even babies can see benefits from regular chiropractic treatment.

Seeing the chiropractor isn't a one-off event. Your chiropractor will work out a treatment plan specifically for you that will help you achieve optimal health.

There is one group of people that can benefit from chiropractic care that might be a little unsure about whether or not it is safe for them.

I'm talking about expectant mothers.

Yes, even if you're pregnant, perhaps especially if you're pregnant, you should be seeing the chiropractor.

It's not only safe, but it is severely beneficial.

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The 4 Keys To Preventing Low Back Pain For Runners

Have you ever experienced a runner's high?

It is a fantastic feeling of euphoria that you feel once your body releases endorphins while running.

On top of that, you get all the benefits of running which include:

  • Staying in shape
  • Burning fat
  • Increased endurance
  • Boost in confidence
  • Stress relief

What are the downsides? 

Other than lack of motivation, what is stopping anyone from gaining these wonderful benefits of running?

The most common answer is that running is harmful to your knees. This isn't a completely incorrect statement. 

In fact, there are experts that state that running can have a seriously negative impact on your knees, especially if your form is subpar.

There is even a medical term called "runner's knee." Runner's knee is when an individual is experiencing significant pain on or around the kneecap.

Although, it can come from repetitive or high impact motions, not necessarily just running. 

However, there is one ailment that seems to be underrated within the running community.

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How Do I Know If I Have Whiplash?

Whiplash is a Neck Injury that most often occurs when there is a forceful or rapid back and forth motion of the neck, almost like the cracking of a whip.

Whiplash is a common injury that occurs during a motor vehicle accident, the backward and forward motion take the ligaments and muscles in the neck beyond their normal range of motion.

Whiplash injuries can range from mild to severe, however, it's always best to receive Chiropractic Treatment after an injury like this occurs to ensure that it does not worsen or linger. 

 

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5 Easy Steps you can Take to Prevent Auto Accidents 

Unfortunately, thousands of people die every year because of car related accidents.

Many of these deaths could have been prevented if they were driving carefully and safely.

Here’s the real truth about drivers: They often don’t take care when they’re on the roads.

Drivers need to know car accident safety tips, so they can prevent a crash and save lives.

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The Relationship Between Back Pain and Sitting Down at Work

If you are looking at this page, you probably have been experiencing back pain. 

Do you think it might have something to do with the fact that you sit for long hours every day at work?

If so, you might be right!  

The truth is, many Americans today find themselves suffering from chronic back pain because they sit for long hours every day at work. 

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Long Term Effects of Whiplash After a Car Accident 

How Whiplash Affects You In The Long Run  

 

Whiplash injuries will often have a slow onset, so many people will not even realize that they have suffered the injury until hours or even days after the accident.

Because of this, many people will not seek treatment at all, hoping the pain will be short-lived and that they will just start to feel better with time. 

This is the worst possible decision one could make. While in some rare circumstances the victim may feel better on their own, the majority will suffer from long-term complications. 

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Best Ways to Care for Your Body Between Chiropractic Adjustments

Getting regular adjustments to your body from a chiropractor has many benefits such as improving your posture, improving your sleep, reduce your stress level, boost your immune system and releasing toxins in your body just to name a few.

These chiropractic adjustment benefits are the main reasons people enjoy the holistic drug- free approach to caring and healing their bodies naturally.

The only thing is it leaves people wondering what they can do in between treatments to maintain their overall health.

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