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If you have serious injuries, a visit to the Emergency Room is likely necessary. If your injuries are less severe, or even if you think you’re fine, see your physician as soon as possible. Preferably within 1-2 days.
Pain-free doesn’t mean injury-free, especially after experiencing trauma consistent with an auto accident. In the hours or days following, you may not be able to feel the physical effects of your car accident.
However, that doesn’t mean that you haven’t experienced an injury. A relatively minor shift in your vertebrae or disc can create a plethora of issues in the long term, causing you pain and aggravation when you least expect it and making it harder to correct because the problem has been long-standing.
While it may be hard to fathom, the majority of injuries sustained from car accidents happen during crashes at or below just 12 mph. The speed is irrelevant.
Yes, our financial and bookkeeping staff is adept at communicating with insurance companies to best assist our patients. We will communicate on your behalf, when possible.
It very well may be. To be sure, check that we accept your insurance. If you have more questions regarding this matter, feel free to give us a call. We take almost all major insurances.
Yes. Chiropractors can help, however, we recommend having a complete and comprehensive evaluation from a medical doctor. We have the tools to monitor your status, track your progress, and analyze your diagnostics with our medical expertise, state-of-the-art facility, and industry-leading equipment.
Chiropractors treatments are generally limited to chiropractic adjustments, and their area of expertise may be restricted to the musculoskeletal systems of your body. They cannot prescribe medications or treatments, nor can they perform operations or procedures. If your injuries are outside the realm of the musculoskeletal systems, chiropractors may not be able to help you.
Our doctors provide a comprehensive approach to treating you, which begins with their expertise regarding your body in general. Their specialties, such as in Pain Management, provide them with further knowledge to help treat you. For these reasons, a visit to your doctor is preferred.