How Can a Chiropractor Help with a Personal Injury Case after a Car Accident?
A personal injury case can be overwhelming, especially when you should be focused on your recovery following a car accident.
Seeing a chiropractor immediately following an accident greatly improves your chances to recover full mobility in your joints as well as significantly lessens your chances of sustaining long-lasting soft tissue damage.
Did you know a chiropractor can also help in a potential personal injury lawsuit?
With additional training in how the spine, neck, and connective tissue and muscles all work together, chiropractors are often able to recognize and diagnose injuries that other doctors might miss. Additionally, a record of quality chiropractic treatment can determine what type of monetary compensation you receive from your lawsuit, as well as provide record of injuries sustained due to a car crash.
The insurance company responsible for your financial compensation will evaluate the treatment you receive, which is why it is incredibly important for you to choose a chiropractor with an excellent reputation.
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Specific structural chiropractic care doesn’t just treat the symptoms of your pain, but the underlying injury or injuries causing your pain. Over the counter medications and rest offer temporary relief, but not long-term relief, which could last years if you don’t treat your car accident-related injuries properly.
Even if you were wearing a seat belt or driving at a low speed during your accident, you could still sustain serious injuries.
No two accident injuries are the same, some respond well with only chiropractic care, while some are more complex and in addition to chiropractic need other healthcare specialists. Just like the old saying it takes a village to raise a child, in some cases it takes a circle of different healthcare specialists to treat a patient.
Choose a Personal Injury Chiropractor in Ann Arbor
We understand that healthcare choices are critical decisions and that you have many different options in Ann Arbor and the surrounding communities. If you have back pain, neck pain, or tingling or numbness in your hands and feet, it’s time to see a chiropractor. To schedule a complimentary consultation, where a conversation is never a commitment, contact us at 734-221-0362.