Get Auto Accident Care NOW, not later
Most people shrug off auto accident injuries. “Its just a small car accident, I feel fine” is what most patients say. But its not until weeks or even months later before they develop symptoms like headaches, neck pain, low back pain, muscle stiffness, blurred vision, difficulty sleeping, memory loss, confusion, fatigue, difficulty concentrating or other issues. By then its already too late and they fall into the slow treatment route which takes a lot longer than the treat asap route. That’s why we recommendg coming in ASAP after your accident!
Typical Auto Accident Injuries
- Internal trauma
- Head injuries
- Fractured ribs
- Broken bones
- Herniated disks
- Joint trauma
- Cuts and scrapes
- Muscle strains
- Muscle sprains
- Bone fractures
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Seatbelt injuries
We Are Chiropractic Specialists the Portland, OR & Vancouver, WA Area
One of our specialties is treating auto accident injuries. Our goal is to get you back to feeling better, out of pain, and restore your health. We have helped a lot of auto accident sufferers restore their health. If an emergency room doctor or your own medical doctor only briefly looked at you, told you that you had “whiplash,” gave you medication and released you saying “you’ll be fine in a few weeks” you’ll want to get a second opinion. Auto accidents, including the smallest fender bender, can result in long term injuries to the drivers of both cars.
If we see you
within the FIRST 3 DAYS,
we can get you better
6 MONTHS FASTER!
How Does Chiropractic Heal Auto Accident Injuries?
At Just For The Health Of It we take an integrated full body approach for auto accidents compared to traditional chiropractic. What separates us from the rest is that we know what NOT to adjust.
Most chiropractors often do something that hurts the patient or makes an area more loose when it shouldn’t be. This does not facilitate healing.
We combine full body chiropractic adjustments with, rehab exercises, different light therapies, neuro care, nutrition, and anything else that is needed for your specific condition.
Unsure What To Do After An Auto Accident?