Stiff neck, back pain, and muscle soreness can be common auto accident injury symptoms. Your doctor or emergency room physician may prescribe pain pills to mask these symptoms. At Holistic Touch Medical Centers, Little Rock, AR, we offer chiropractic care to treat musculoskeletal pain and promote natural healing of your injury. These FAQs can help explain more about the benefits of chiropractic care for musculoskeletal auto accident injuries.
Why should I see a chiropractor for an auto injury?
Doctors and hospitals are great at treating obvious auto injuries like lacerations, broken bones and internal issues, but often overlook muscle, ligament or joint pain or simply prescribe pain pills for these ailments. In contrast, a Little Rock, AR, chiropractor on our team can help treat this pain and the source of your pain to help you heal.
What kinds of auto injuries do you treat?
At Holistic Touch Medical Centers, we can help treat many kinds of musculoskeletal auto injuries which may include whiplash, strains and sprains, herniated discs, dislocated bones and joints, and more. Whiplash is a soft tissue neck injury that occurs when your head is forcibly thrown forward and back by the impact of another vehicle. It can strain your neck muscles and connective tissues, causing neck pain, stiffness, headaches, dizziness and limited neck mobility.
How will you treat my auto accident injury?
Your chiropractic treatment may depend on the type of injury you receive and its severity. Chiropractic care generally consists of natural, non-invasive techniques and therapies, like spinal manipulation, adjustments, and corrective exercises. We can help use the methods best suited to your recovery in your treatment.
For dislocated bones and joints and other misalignments, a Little Rock, AR, chiropractor on our team can use chiropractic adjustments to restore balance to your spinal system. This can help relieve pain and inflammation and put your body in a better position to heal. Rehab exercises can help strengthen weak muscles to restore flexibility, range of motion and mobility.
Who covers the cost of chiropractic auto injury treatment?
Chiropractic care is covered by some health insurances. If you have auto personal injury coverage, your treatments may be covered in part by your auto insurer. If someone else is at fault for the accident, their auto insurer may cover part or all of the costs of your treatment.
Get Chiropractic Care for Whiplash and Neck Pain from an Auto Accident Injury
To get pain relief for back pain, shoulder pain, or neck pain caused by a musculoskeletal auto accident injury such as whiplash, call us for Holistic Touch Medical Centers in Little Rock, AR, at (501) 280-0250.