High Point Chiropractic Care: Treating Patients Dealing With Chronic Pain & Vehicular Accidents
Cobb Chiropractic Clinic has been providing the residents of High Point, North Carolina with Chiropractic Care for over 40 years.
No matter how serious the vehicular accident you were involved in, it is likely your body has sustained some type of injury.
Pain symptoms may present themselves right away, such as back or neck pain, or they may take up to weeks to become apparent.
No one has to deal with this pain or uncertainty.
At Cobb Chiropractic Clinic, our medical doctors treat each High Point, North Carolina patient with excellent and personalized treatments to make sure you are receiving the top-notch care that you deserve.
Our Chiropractors Treat Auto Accident Injuries
One incredibly common injury sustained by individuals in auto accidents is Whiplash.
Whiplash is the result of the sudden velocity from the point of impact while the individual remains still inside of the vehicle. It is typically the result of a rear-end impact of the car that forces the person to suddenly jolt forward. The neck violently extends forward and back without restrain.
Even at low-velocity, car accidents create sudden motion and split-second rapid movement of the individual's body. Again, these pain symptoms may not present themselves immediately. Take our word; if you have been involved in a car accident, you don't want to wait for symptoms to present themselves before seeking medical attention.
With anything in life, it is best to be cautious and take preventative action rather than wait until an injury as set in. By this time, it will take longer for the injury to be fully treated.
When it comes to your health, you don't want to mess around.
To make sure your health is not in jeopardy and to be proactive, schedule a Free Consultation with the experts at Cobb Chiropractic Clinic. We can provide you with the care you need and deserve today.
The Following are Common Car Accident Injuries:
- Neck pain
- Neck Stiffness
- Back pain
- Shoulder pain/stiffness
- Arm pain
- Visual disturbances
- Ringing in the ears
- Jaw pain
Not all symptoms and injuries of car accidents lead to physical pains and disturbances. Some non-physical and severe symptoms of auto accidents can include:
- Drug dependency
- Post-traumatic stress syndrome or disorder
- Sleep disturbance