You don’t need to completely wreck your vehicle to experience critical damage to your health.
Even minor accidents can cause chronic pain or long-term injuries if Chiropractic treatment is not sought out within two weeks of the incident.
Since some injuries do not cause any symptoms that are noticeable for several days to a few weeks, you may suffer significant trauma without realizing it.
Even if you are involved in a minor car collision, it is important to schedule an examination with the Conyers car accident Chiropractors at AICA.
It is the only way to protect you from chronic pain or some debilitating injury.
Whiplash is one of the most common conditions treated by the car accident Chiropractors at AICA Conyers.
Physiologically, Whiplash is caused by a sudden force that jerks your neck and head from one side to the other. The impact of this force can cause the ligaments that surround your neck to stretch or tear.
If left untreated, Whiplash can lead to a variety of chronic conditions that alter your normal way of life. With this information, it is important to understand that the symptoms associated with Whiplash often do not appear for several days following a crash.
Even if you feel fine after a car accident, it is imperative to allow a licensed Chiropractor to perform a complete examination to check for physical damage.
AICA Conyers uses state-of-the-art imaging technology to diagnose particular car accident injuries that involve soft tissue damage.
If your Chiropractor does identify damage, they will develop a custom treatment plan that’s based completely on the unique characteristics of your injury.
Other concerning symptoms that should prompt you to visit a Conyers Chiropractor include:
Scheduling a consultation with the car accident Chiropractors at AICA Conyers is the first thing you should do following a collision.
Our team serves as the communities most experienced Chiropractic clinic with over 20 years of successfully treating various kinds of car accident injuries. Our experience allows us to react appropriately to every possible musculoskeletal condition that could arise as a result of a crash.
This means that if you are involved in a slight fender-bender or a major accident, we can provide immediate pain relief, while also treating the source of your condition.
Learn more about our approach to treating car accident injuries by contacting our Conyers clinic today. Just fill out our online contact form or call us at 404-602-0386.