Injured In a Car Accident? Here are 4 Reasons To Go Chiropractor
A male holding his neck from whiplash due to a car accident.

Injured In a Car Accident? Here are 4 Reasons To Go Chiropractor

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If youve ever been in a car accident or motorcycle accident, you can probably remember the initial pain and anxiety you felt as it happened. For millions of people involved in accidents, the pain often lingers for days and months, sometimes even years.

Treatment from a chiropractor is one of the most effective ways to help you treat and recover from your injuries. Aimed at allowing the tissues in your spine to heal, chiropractic treatment normalizes your spine, bringing it back to feeling normal.

If youre ever involved in an auto accident, you should always know your options. Here are four reasons why you should consider a chiropractor:

1. Chronic Pain Can Be Prevented With Early Chiropractic Care

Many people who have been hurt in car accidents or motorcycle accidents dont notice any feelings of discomfort the day the accident occurred. Rather, the days and weeks that follow can often prove the most uncomfortable and painful. Studies have shown that patients who receive early chiropractic treatment recovered quicker and reduced the chronic fallout from the crash. By moving the joints in your spine the way theyre intended to be moved, chiropractic care reduces the risk for lingering pain.

2. Chiropractic Will Help With the Stress

A car accident isnt just the initial trauma but rather a physical event with mental and financial consequences. Between dealing with insurance companies and getting necessary car repairs, a car accident can add a mountain of stress onto the pain youre experiencing. For that reason, chiropractic care is an effective means of helping alleviate stress as well as pain. Lower levels of stress, indicated by lower levels of cortisol, and lower pain scores are characteristic of several studies about spinal manipulations end results.

3. Inflammation Can Be Treated With Chiropractic Care

The whiplash from a car accident can cause inflammation in the ligaments and muscles in your spine. For that reason, the days after an accident can be especially painful. Studies from 2010 found that chiropractic work can positively affect  interleukins such as IL-2 and IL-6 which are substances created naturally by your body in response to injuries that stimulate inflammation and immune reactions.1,2

4. Localized Pain Can Be Relieved By Chiropractic

Dozens of studies over the past twenty years show that chiropractic care is one of the safest and most viable ways to reduce pain. Most patients find relief from their neck pain after spinal manipulation. Patients treated by chiropractors showed greater improvement and satisfaction at one month than patients treated by family physicians. The studies demonstrate higher percentages of chiropractic patients reporting improvements with their pain symptoms after treatment.3

If you’ve been injured in a car accident and need chiropractic treatment, call us at 1-800-411-PAIN or click HERE to find a clinic location near you.

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References:

  1. 1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2945351/
  2. 2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3188345/
  3. 3. https://www.acatoday.org/Research/What-Research-Shows