Top 5 Reasons to See a Chiropractor After a Car Accident

Top 5 Reasons to See a Chiropractor After a Car Accident
You have just been in a car accident. After a quick once over, you believe you’re okay.   You feel pretty good—there’s no immediate pain. Your focus now turns to the accident— your car may be more or less okay, you speak with the insurance claim expert, and do your best to move on.  Perhaps a day, or even a week or two later, you notice your neck is ...

PIP (Personal Injury Protection) and Chiropractic Care

PIP (Personal Injury Protection) and Chiropractic Care
The chaos and confusion that you might be feeling after a car accident is completely normal. You have just been in an accident and between instantaneously juggling the accident scene, physical injuries, your car’s damage, talking with the police, and handling your insurance…we understand it can be a lot and take its toll.  You might think you feel fine immediately after the accident. You may forget through all ...

How Chiropractic Helps After Car Accidents

How Chiropractic Helps After Car Accidents
After a car crash, everything can seem upside down. You’re shocked and in pain and you may not know where to turn to heal yourself. Instead of medication, consider seeking chiropractic care after an auto accident to heal naturally.  Although this may not be the conventional route to medical care it is a very important one after an accident. Many injuries ...

Is Technology Becoming a Pain in your Neck?

Is Technology Becoming a Pain in your Neck?
Text neck is one of the new terms used to describe the neck pain and injury caused by looking down at your cell phone, tablet, or other wireless devices too frequently and for too long.  Next time you are at a local coffee shop or doctor’s office, look around –you are sure to see many people engrossed ...

I Had a Car Accident, Now What?

I Had a Car Accident, Now What?
According to the National Safety Council, there are about 10 million car accidents with 2 million people injured every year.  Statistically, most people will have a total of about 3-4 car accidents throughout your driving lifetime. Even accidents as slow as 5-10 mph are enough to cause damage to the spine. These should be treated with the ...