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Looking for relief from an auto accident injury, chronic pain, or other irritating health issues that won't go away. In that case, it might be time to find a local personal injury chiropractor.
Let us give you insider tips on what a personal injury chiropractor can do for you, where to find one, and how to pay for your visit; yes, you can get care at no cost; more on that in a second.
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What is a Personal Injury Chiropractor?
A personal injury chiropractor is a health care professional specializing in treating injuries and conditions resulting from trauma, such as car accidents or repetitive stress. Our team of personal injury chiropractors can diagnose, treat and prevent conditions caused by imbalances in the spine, joints, and throughout the body.
For some people, seeing a personal injury chiropractor can solve their problems without taking medicines or undergoing expensive surgeries
Here are some of the ways a chiropractor will adjust you to relieve pain.
The type of adjustment used in a chiropractic session can vary depending on each individual's needs. For injuries resulting from personal accidents, several common adjustments could be used to treat joint or muscle pain, stiffness, and discomfort.
This adjustment applies force to mobilize joints and works by restoring proper alignment to the musculoskeletal system. These adjustments are typically performed quickly and require more force than other methods. Manual adjustments are commonly made on the spine, neck, and jaw.
This therapy is similar to manual adjustments but is gentler and focused solely on the head area. It uses gentle manipulation (as opposed to deep thrusts) around the cranium and pelvis to detect misalignments and correct them to restore balance in the head area.
These adjustments are usually made on the arms, legs, wrists, ankles, and feet. They involve mobilization techniques that help restore regular joint movements to these extremities.
This technique uses special instruments to adjust hard-to-reach areas of the body, such as the sacroiliac joints. The instruments focus pressure precisely at different angles where manual manipulation may be difficult or impossible.
The Activator Method™ is a form of instrument-assisted chiropractic adjusting that uses a low-force instrument device to deliver a controlled, rapid impulse into dysfunctional spinal segments allowing for precise targeting without tissue trauma or unnecessary muscle tension while also avoiding pain or discomfort during treatment.
Personal Injury Chiropractic Care FAQ's
A personal injury chiropractor can treat acute and chronic injuries.
Acute injuries like whiplash, contusions (bruising), strains, and sprains occur suddenly.
Chronic personal injuries such as tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain, and even arthritis are usually unrelated to a single event but result from overuse or repetitive movement over time. These conditions require different treatments than an acute injury and often need ongoing, long-term care.
The type of adjustment used in a chiropractic session can vary depending on each individual's needs. Here are several common methods.
- Manual Adjustments
- Cranial Sacral Therapy
- Extremity Adjustments
- Instrument Assisted Adjustments
- Activator Methods
The cost of personal injury chiropractic care can vary widely, depending on various factors.
Generally, the complexity and severity of the injury will dictate how long it takes for treatment to be effective and, therefore, how much the overall cost of treatment may be.
Insurance coverage is also essential when determining personal injury chiropractic care costs. It is important to review your insurance policy in detail to understand what is and isn't covered since this can affect the total out-of-pocket costs.
Some insurance plans may cover a portion of chiropractic visits and treatments, while others may not cover anything at all.
When searching for a personal injury chiropractor, certification and professional experience should be considered. Only those with the proper credentials and qualifications should be considered to provide quality care and treatments. Licensing requirements vary by state and are regulated by the governing boards of each state
Additionally, having a personal injury chiropractor who is board certified in treating musculoskeletal trauma can be beneficial due to their higher level of education and experience. Board certification relates explicitly to those with advanced training in specialty areas, such as neurology, sports medicine, or musculoskeletal trauma rehabilitation.
Furthermore, membership in professional organizations indicates a commitment to continuing education and dedication to their field of practice, which may further improve prospects for successful outcomes when seeking relief from acute or chronic pain caused by activities or accidents.
Contact a Local Personal Injury Chiropractor at Arrowhead Clinic Today!
If you have been experiencing pain and need medical treatment, Arrowhead Clinic is the place for you. We have same-day appointments and can work around your schedule.
Our personal injury chiropractors do a fantastic job documenting your injuries and treatments to help your attorney with your claim. And if you do not yet have an attorney, they can refer you to a personal injury lawyer.
We strive to provide our patients with the best customer service and treatment.
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