Dr. Darris Gentry

Dr. Darris Gentry has been practicing chiropractic for over 20 years. He graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Life University. He enjoys treating patients who have back pain, neck pain, sciatica pain, and spinal trauma from all sorts of accidents. His main goal is to help everyone improve from the pains he or she are suffering with and to also help them manage the pains when he or she is away from the office.
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Common Truck Accident Injuries in Duluth

Semi-trucks are significantly larger than regular cars, so if you are involved in an accident caused by a large semi-truck, it will cause much more damage than being involved in an ordinary car accident. 


A truck that is about 60 feet tall and around 30,000 pounds that smashes into your car will cause catastrophic damage and injuries. 


The people in the passenger vehicle can suffer significant injuries or even death. 


If you're involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler, seeking medical attention has to be your number one priority. 


If you don't get an in-depth evaluation of your physical condition, severe problems can occur. 


Related post: When should I see a Duluth chiropractor after a car accident?


Truck Accidents cause all types of injuries.



In the article below, we will touch on the most common truck accident injuries in Duluth and how your chiropractor can help. 


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Can The Arrowhead Clinic of Duluth Help With Your Whiplash Injury?

Yes, a chiropractor can help with a whiplash injury.


Your primary care physician may not be able to treat soft tissue injuries with more than pain medicine.


However, your chiropractor can diagnose the problem and treat it at the source.


Your chiropractor can gradually diminish your neck pain until your accident injury symptoms are no longer present.



In the article below, we will learn about whiplash and why you should see your Duluth chiropractor if you are suffering from whiplash.


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How Your Duluth Chiropractor Treats Low Back Pain

There are an infinite amount of ways to get Low Back Pain.


Some are as intense as cross country skiing, and some as mundane as sitting at your desk. 


Simple daily activities such as bending, lifting, and twisting may be performed with poor movement patterns, leading to lower back pain.  


The joints, ligaments, and discs that make up your spine manage balance and mobility. 



If any of these become damaged, stressed, or thrown out of alignment, it typically results in a substantial amount of pain.


Back pain can take a severe toll on your health if it's left untreated. 


Current evidence suggests that 80% of adults endure back pain during their life, so if you are dealing with low back pain, a chiropractor can help. 


In the article below, we will look at the most common causes of low back pain and how chiropractic care can help.


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