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Posted on 06-03-2014
Yes, a person should see a chiropractor after a car accident.
Why? you ask--chiropractic care restores lost joint motion and prevents future joint motion loss.
Studies show the faster that spinal care is started the better the outcome.
More important, the faster you have your spinal joints checked for loss of motion and nerve interference which causes pain, headaches, muscle spasming, digestion disturbance, numbness and dizziness to name a few of the symptoms that can occur, the quicker your spinal joints will be returned to better motion.
Joint motion affects your nervous system for the good or the not so good. When joints such as your neck or mid back or lower back joints (bones) do not move, scar tissue begins that can impede your nerves and and cause a re-current pain cycle that can repeat without end unless you stop this.
We at Bakke Chiropractic Clinic are expertly trained to evaluate and detect spinal joint loss and interference to help you regain your spinal health that can be wrecked when you are in a car accident.
Dr. Danan Bakke has advanced training in spinal trauma C.C.S.T. as well as Dr. Jongmin Lee who has advanced training in soft tissue muscle work A.R. T. Rebecca Boeh our massage therapist uses techniques to reduce and eliminate muscle scar tissue and help restore circulation.
You say, I don't feel any pain after a car accident nothing is wrong. Know for sure that nothing is wrong have a spinal check-up to find out the truth.
Don't take the risk and let scar tissue and pain cycles begin.
Remember, right after an accident your body and your brain and you are in shock you may not feel much pain right away.
However, it is important to have your spine joints checked to prevent future pain and suffering that appears to come from unknown reasons.
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