YOUR FIRST CONSULTATION AFTER AN AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY
Often when you are in a car accident you the injuries are obvious. You rush to the nearest ER for treatment. On other occasions, the injuries do not become apparent for several days. An auto accident injury can throw your body out of alignment causing damage to your neck, back, and supporting muscles. If you are in a car accident, it is important that you see a chiropractor at Churn Creek Chiropractic in Redding.
What To Expect
You’re not sure what to expect in the aftermath of a car accident. What are your injuries? When will you recover? Our chiropractors will help manage and treat your auto accident injury, helping you get back to normal as soon as possible.
The pain and limited range of motion that often occur in a car accident make it essential that you see a medical professional and set up chiropractic treatment to treat these conditions.
Here Is What You Can Expect From Us
We will discuss your injuries. Common injuries associated with car accidents include neck, back and spine injuries. These injuries occur as a result of your body being thrown about inside the car. You might also have some soft tissue injuries or strains in your limbs or abdominal areas.
We will discuss your medical history and your current symptoms. All symptoms are important no matter how insignificant they may seem to you. Next, we will examine you. In some cases, we will request a series of X-rays to clarify your condition and injuries. At this point, we may do an initial chiropractic treatment, or we may wait to do one on your follow-up visit.
Schedule an Appointment with Churn Creek Chiropractic Today!
At Churn Creek Chiropractic in Redding, we will use a variety of techniques to treat your auto accident injury. Your condition will dictate which technique we will use. The techniques include spinal manipulations, manual adjustments, and spinal decompression. We are here to help treat your condition and get you back to normal as quickly as possible. Call (530) 221-4991 for an appointment now.