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Posted on 05-09-2017
At Michaux Family Chiropractor, we see a lot of Florida patients who were injured in auto accidents and experience back or neck pain. We also see patients who "just don't feel right," who we find out later were in an auto accident. Many auto accidents cause delayed pain, thus symptoms may be overlooked. Learn the symptoms of commonly overlooked injuries and how we can help.
Commonly overlooked auto accident injuries include:
If these symptoms sound familiar, come in for a chiropractic consult.
At Michaux Family Chiropractor, our Clermont chiropractor uses chiropractic adjustments to relieve auto accident pain naturally. Rather that have surgery or take pain medication every day, our care helps your body heal while promoting your optimal wellness.
Our adjustments are gentle, and they push your spine back into alignment. A healthy spine means a strong nervous system that is capable of self-healing your injuries. Over a series of treatments, pain and tension will decrease, inflammation will subside, and you'll begin to feel more energy. To support your healing, we will suggest lifestyle changes, nutrition supplements, and stretches that will help you regain mobility and flexibility.
Many auto injuries have a soft tissue component. To promote tissue healing, we will use myofascial release and electrotherapy. These forms of physiotherapy reduce inflammation, control pain, loosen scar tissue and muscle adhesion, and increase mobility.
If you were in an auto accident and you feel pain, come visit our Clermont chiropractor. We will check you out for any of these overlooked injuries and provide effective pain relief. Reserve your appointment on our website or by calling us at 352-243-7300.
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