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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Auto Injury

Car accidents are a leading cause of injuries. In fact, a recent study reported that six million is the average number of car accidents that occur in the U.S. every year. At Allied Health & Rehabilitation, we understand that you are more likely to worry about the expense of your vehicle if an auto accident were to happen to you, but we would like to present the facts as to why your body and overall health should be a top priority.

One of the most common injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident is the damaging effect of whiplash. Whiplash occurs when a sudden, jarring movement of the head is sustained backward, forward, or even to the side. Whiplash destabilizes the spine and causes severe pain, as well as blurred vision, neck pain, headaches, and reduced range of motion in the neck. It is critical that chiropractic care is sought immediately after sustaining an injury, because whiplash can take days, weeks, or even months for these major symptoms to arise. Since chiropractors such as Dr. Martine Charles, specialize in the care of bones, muscles, nerves, and connective tissue, it is important to schedule a consultation to keep these body parts in optimal health.

Chiropractic treatment after an auto accident is a step in the right direction in restoring the body. Depending on the severity of the case, Dr. Martine Charles may make necessary adjustments to align your spine and may suggest massage or other therapeutic techniques. The earlier the issue is detected, the earlier it can be treated, so don’t wait and give us a call today.

If you have questions about chiropractic care affecting your auto injury, please give us a call. To learn about conditions we treat and services provided at our practice, visit www.callallied.com for more information. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Martine Charles at Allied Health & Rehabilitation  in Tallahassee, FL call 850-328-0424.

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Auto Injury

Car accidents are a leading cause of injuries. In fact, a recent study reported that six million is the average number of car accidents that...