Whiplash treatment varies from person to person. Our experienced chiropractic team will ensure you have the correct treatment for your injury. Did you know that a person who has had whiplash in a car accident is 7 times more likely to suffer neck degeneration than someone who has not? Whiplash injuries aren’t always immediately noticeable. They may show up days after the accident. These are some possible symptoms:
- blurred vision
- sore back
- muscle spasms
The degree of pain that you feel depends not only on the force of the accident but on where your neck has been injured.
Because the condition can worsen over time, we recommend coming in for an assessment as soon as possible after you have been injured. The sooner your condition is treated, the less likely you are to experience lasting damage.
To be certain you are receiving the correct treatment of your whiplash injury we assess your injury through a thorough examination.
Chiropractic treatment will help your neck regain its normal movement and return to its rightful position and ease pressure on nerves that may be contributing to the pain. Combined with massage, the technique can reduce pain and restore mobility to this delicate section of your spine.
If you have a whiplash injury, talk to us and start your road to recovery.
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