Experienced Chiropractors Near You | Piedmont Triad
If you searched for a “Chiropractor Near Me,” and are from the Piedmont Triad area, you have come to the right place.
The Chiropractic doctors at our clinic focus on Car Accident Injuries but can treat most types of pain and injuries.
Our chiropractors offer a Free Accident Injury Consultation to victims who suffered injuries as the result of an accident that was not their fault.
For our personal injury patients, we also provide them with access to local Personal Injury Attorneys who can help make sure their legal rights are protected.
However, we recommend you see our Chiropractics before hiring an Attorney, so we can get your treatment as soon as possible as well as all the proper medical documentation required to pursue legal action.
Call Cobb Chiropractic today to schedule your Free Chiropractic Consultation with one of our Experienced Chiropractic Doctors.
It was 1977 when founder Dr. Russell A. Cobb Jr, D.C., opened his first Chiropractic Facility in Greensboro, NC.
His commitment and caring dedication to his patient's wellbeing was instantly recognized in the community. It is with the same caring attitude and dedication to each individual patient that has sustained the longevity of our clinic and its mission to the greater Greensboro community.
What Health Problems Do Our Piedmont Triad Chiropractors Treat?
Our local Chiropractors are known to diagnose and also treat different kinds of problems with the spinal cord which can cause musculoskeletal as well as nerve pain.
Like the other medical doctors, our chiropractors perform
Here are the Common Injury Conditions our Tests usually Reveal
Whiplash - This is an injury that is usually caused by a rear-end car accident. You head and neck are whipped quickly forward (hyperflexion) and backward (hypertension) causing soft-tissue damage. This can cause severe pain in the neck and back. Whiplash is a serious condition that can lead to debilitating, lifelong chronic pain if not treated quickly and correctly. The effect sometimes takes hours, days, or even weeks to manifest.
Back and Neck Strains and Sprains. Sprains happen when the ligaments, muscles or tendons are overextended or torn. This type of injury can occur when for example you carry something that is too heavy, during other strenuous activity such as sports, during a car accident or even when you bend or twist your neck or back awkwardly.
Degenerative Disc Disease - Degenerative Disc Disease occurs in the spine as people age. As you get older, the intervertebral discs may degenerate due to daily, natural wear and tear. The discs will lose their flexibility and elasticity and its ability to absorb shock. Dehydration is another factor that can accelerate this process/condition.
Coccydynia - This pain can is often felt where it develops from the tailbone of the spine. This can be caused by a hard fall or for those who ride a bike for a long period of time. This can also affect those that are sitting all day.
Cervicogenic Headaches and Migraines - These types of headaches are commonly caused by stress and pain radiating from the neck. The pain will usually feel as though it is located in the back of the head, temples or eyes.
Herniated Discs - This usually happens in the neck and/or lower back. The disc material will expel from the annulus of the disc, which puts pressure on nearby nerve roots causing pain.
Nerve Damage - Nerve damage usually is the result of damage to the vertebra that has gone untreated or from age. As your discs thin and become less elastic, the vertebral body begins to press on the nerve roots in the spine causing compression stress and damage.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway in the wrist. The floor and sides of the tunnel are formed by small wrist bones called carpal bones. The carpal tunnel protects the median nerve and flexor tendons that bend the fingers and thumb. When the median nerve is compressed by the carpal bones, that is when the effect of carpal tunnel syndrome begins to take place.
Piriformis Syndrome - This occurs when the piriformis muscle in the buttocks compresses or causes the Sciatic nerve to get irritated. The symptoms experienced may include pain or tingling and numbness sensations which can travel down to your buttocks and into your legs.
Myofascial Pain - This is when the pressure of the muscles’ sensitive points or sometimes called the trigger points cause you too much pain on the other parts of your body. This is termed as “referred pain”. There are some instances that the myofascial pain will feel like a tight knot on your muscles. This will happen after repeatedly using a certain muscle.
Sciatica - This happens when a nerve or a branch of a nerve of the sciatica is compressed or irritated due to injury or wear and tear. The pain travels down to the lower part of the knee of one leg and can be moderate or severe. The pain is often described as a sharp, shooting pain which can be described similar to an electric shock.
Soft Tissue Damage - is the damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons throughout the body. Common soft tissue injuries usually occur from a strain, sprain, a one-off blow resulting in a contusion or overuse of a particular part of the body.
Scoliosis - Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most often during a growth spurt before puberty. Scoliosis can also manifest itself when traumatic injuries or falls happen causing damage to one side of the body.
Spinal Arthritis - This can affect the spine’s joint as well as the other bones. This is one type of arthritis that can be associated with aging.
The Leg Length Discrepancies - This is a pain that can be experienced when one of your legs is shorter than the other.
Some other conditions that may appear after a Car Accident specifically may include neurological conditions such as:
- vision problems
- ringing in the
Best Chiropractors in the Piedmont Triad, North Carolina
To avoid your pain and injuries getting worse, it is very important to seek medical treatment as soon as possible after being in an accident.
That is where Cobb Chiropractic comes in.
Our team of medical professionals