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How Chiropractic Helps Your Body After an Accident

chiropractor adjusting patientAn accident doesn’t necessarily mean a car accident. It could be a truck accident, a bicycle accident, a scooter accident, a trampoline accident, etc.

There is a universal law that must be considered: the force that enters into a collision must equal the force that exists out of the collision. Therefore, it does not matter how small the collision is. If there is a force generated, there must be a force dissipated. The question is where does that force go?

If your automobile sustained minimal damage in a 5 mph collision, then minimal force went into the automobile. Where did the rest go?

Chiropractors are uniquely trained to examine and diagnose areas where force has caused an injury.

Not every injury gives you pain “now.” It may give you pain many months or years later. Without a chiropractic examination—an exam that looks for nerve problems despite the lack of symptoms—you may never know where that force has gone!

Our approach at Koehler Chiropractic Sports & Spinal Rehab is to locate the source of your problems and help your body heal in a 100% natural and non-invasive way.

Comprehensive Care

When you have suffered whiplash, neck pain, back pain or any bodily injury in an automobile or other accident, our goal is to restore proper movement to these areas so that the nerves can help your body heal naturally.

Our doctors design a customized treatment plan that is uniquely yours, that includes chiropractic adjustments, massage, physical exercises, nutritional therapy, etc. We will do whatever it takes to get your health back. Rest assured, if you need medical care, we will refer you for the same.

Avoiding Future Issues

We strongly recommend that accident victims, and especially car accident victims, undergo a comprehensive chiropractic examination and evaluation. Studies show that if left untreated, these injuries can cause functional problems in the future.

Don’t ignore numbness, tingling, even a mild headache or neck pain as something that will just “go away.”

Contact us today to make sure you’re not leaving a silent injury untreated.

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