Accidents & Pain Injuries Include:
Our Auto Injury Treatment Center is able to treat the following injuries: Whiplash, Knee Pain, Shoulder Pain, Back Pain, Migraines, Upper Body Pain.
Common car accident injury patients come in with symptoms that are mild to severe and have impacted them from head to toe. Below is a list of some common symptoms that you can look for:
- Neck and Shoulder Pain
- Back Pain
- Nausae and Abdominal Pain
- Swelling, Stiffness, or Tenderness
- Bruising and Contusions
- Numbing and Tingling Sensations
- Dizziness and Vision Issues
What is whiplash?
WHAT IS WHIPLASH?
Whiplash is a common injury sustained in an auto accident and it is typically the result of a rear impact while stationary. The impact causes the head to suddenly jerk forward and back, putting a significant strain on the cervical spine and surrounding muscles and tissues. Whiplash is not a life-threatening injury but can result in significant and long-lasting pain and discomfort, especially if left untreated. Symptoms of whiplash include:
- Neck pain
- Tenderness and pain in the shoulders and back
- Stiffness and a reduced range of motion in the neck, shoulders, and upper back
Arizona Pain Relief has Whiplash Chiropractors and Therapists to help you get the treatment and pain relief you need.
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HOW IS WHIPLASH TREATED?
Treatment for any auto injury will depend on the unique condition of each individual patient. Our healthcare providers provide an evaluation to determine the extent of your injury and the pain you are experiencing. Treatment includes manual adjustments, massage therapies, and rehabilitative treatments and exercises. It is important to seek care as soon as possible following a car accident. The sooner injuries and related conditions are looked at, the easier it is to manage and treat them. The body begins to compensate for the injury, if you wait too long. It ends up causing more discomfort in different parts of the body. Book an appointment today for a full recovery.
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