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How Do I Stop My Neck From Hurting After A Car Accident?

on May 20, 2022 11:15:04 AM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 0 Comments | Neck Pain
Neck pain after a car accident is one of the most common complaints accident victims have. But all too often, accident-related neck injuries are mistreated or untreated. This leads to long-term pain, suffering, and disability for the accident victim. This is why it is essential to know what to do to stop your neck from hurting after an accident and how to prevent further damage.  In the article below, we will discuss what you should do about your neck pain after a motor vehicle accident. 
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What Should I Do If I Have Back Pain After A Car Accident?

on Mar 15, 2022 12:46:42 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 0 Comments | back pain
Car accidents are never expected. They often occur at the worst times, and accident victims never feel right after the impact of a motor vehicle accident. Sometimes injury symptoms are delayed, while other times the impact is hard enough that you feel it instantly. One of the most common symptoms after an auto accident is back pain. Back pain, like other soft tissue injuries, is very common. However, back pain or a spinal injury does not have to de-rail your entire life.  In the article below, we will discuss what you should do if you notice back pain after a car wreck.
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Do Chiropractic Adjustments Help After Car Accidents?

on Feb 9, 2022 9:26:22 AM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 0 Comments | Chiropractic Adjustment
The pain and discomfort you experience after a car accident can be debilitating. It can interfere with your everyday activities, as your joints, back, neck, and spinal cord can all be injured in a collision. After an accident, most people turn to their primary care doctors or assume surgery and medications are the only options after suffering auto accident injuries. However, after visiting a doctor, you may leave with only a handful of prescriptions and not much else, and no one wants to have surgery. A chiropractic adjustment from an auto injury chiropractor proves more helpful than many other healthcare providers, without the adverse side effects. In the article below, we will discuss how seeing a car accident chiropractor can help after an automobile accident.
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Where Do You Feel Whiplash Pain?

on Jan 19, 2022 1:00:27 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 0 Comments | Whiplash pain
Whiplash occurs when your head and neck are forced back and forward suddenly and without warning. Whiplash injuries occur most often during rear-end collisions but can also result from contact sports, physical abuse, and even amusement park rides. Whiplash moves the soft tissues surrounding the cervical spine beyond their typical range of motion. Symptoms might not appear for a while, so you should be mindful of any physical changes for a few days following any crash or other injury event. But where do you feel whiplash pain? Is it centralized, or can it radiate? We'll explore that and when to see a whiplash chiropractor in the article below.
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What Type Of Neck Injuries Occur During Car Accidents?

on Nov 16, 2021 2:29:57 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 0 Comments | Neck Injuries
Car accidents are a significant cause of neck injuries, with more than 80,000 car crashes resulting in neck injuries in the United States every year. And unfortunately, auto accident victims with neck injuries don't receive the medical care they need or are mistreated, leading to long-term pain, suffering, and sometimes disability. If you are suffering from a neck injury after a motor vehicle accident, you should seek medical treatment right away from a doctor specializing in neck injuries. Untreated neck injuries can lead to systemic injuries and long-term challenges, so it is crucial to speak with a medical professional. And to make the fastest possible recovery, people must know what types of specific neck injuries they may be suffering from. In the article below, we will go over a few common types of neck injuries after accidents.
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Can A Chiropractor Help With Whiplash?

on Jul 12, 2021 10:19:40 AM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 3 Comments | whiplash
Whiplash is an injury frequently suffered in a traumatic accident like a motor vehicle accident or a slip and fall. But since it is so common, many people ignore the common symptoms of whiplash and think it will just go away over time. So they never see a medical professional to get treatment for their pain. Because of this, the injury can worsen and lead to a lifetime of chronic issues. If you fear you're suffering from a whiplash injury, it is important to receive treatment as soon as possible. One of the best healthcare professionals to see to treat your whiplash is a chiropractor. In the article below, we will examine how visiting a Whiplash Injury Chiropractor can help you heal from whiplash and leave you feeling better than ever.
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Should I See A Chiropractor After A Car Accident?

on Jul 2, 2021 1:55:33 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 5 Comments | Car accident chiropractor
A car accident is the last thing most people expect when they leave their house in the morning. Adding the stress of a car accident to our typical day-to-day struggles can make everything overwhelming. And there's more to worry about after a car accident than just dealing with car repairs and insurance companies. You likely also have injuries to take care of, even if you feel fine immediately after the accident. Auto accident injuries will create an added strain on your life and could force you to take time off of work or leave you unable to do certain tasks around the house. Failing to seek immediate medical treatment after your motor vehicle accident can cost you money and valuable healing and recovery time. Undiagnosed injuries can force you to take time off of work, suffer from chronic pain, and keep you from doing the things you love. But when you visit a car accident chiropractor after your accident, you are giving yourself the best chance to make a complete recovery. In the article below, we will discuss why you should see a chiropractor after a car accident.
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How To Tell If Your Neck Is Out Of Alignment After a Car Accident

on Nov 4, 2020 10:44:50 AM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 6 Comments | Neck Pain
When you are in a car accident you neck is not protected.  The neck is often injured in a car accident, due to the jerking motion that occurs because the body is being held in place by a seatbelt while the head is not.   So, why is alignment important and how will you know if it is out of alignment due to a car accident? Read on to learn! When your body is properly aligned, including your neck, your body will maintain a straight line that runs from your head to your shoulders, down your back, and to your hips, knees, and feet. Proper alignment does much more than keep you sitting straight in your chair. It helps prevent long term pain and many other health conditions. A misalignment in your neck can impair your range of motion, and severe misalignments will impact your quality of life. Spinal misalignments, including a misaligned neck, can be responsible for everything from chronic headaches and depression to increasing your risk of catching a common cold. Your cervical spine, the part of your spine that makes up your neck, is commonly misaligned and the most prone to causing problems. If you can't twist your neck left or right or you feel pain when you turn your neck, there's a good chance your neck is out of alignment. There are signs to look out for that typically indicate a misalignment. You can also do things, like stretch, to help combat the symptoms of a misaligned neck. Severe misalignments will require medical attention, usually from a chiropractor. In the article below, we will take a look at how to know if your neck is out of alignment and some things you can do to find relief.
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Can A Whiplash Injury Come Back?

on Oct 29, 2020 11:43:26 AM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 1 Comment | whiplash
There might not be a more misunderstood injury after a car accident than whiplash. This should be a cause for concern because whiplash is one of the most common injuries after a car accident. These misunderstandings often lead to injuries getting neglected and worsening. When it comes to personal injury claims, some people think a whiplash injury is nothing more than a money grab (especially insurance companies). Other people view it as a legitimate injury, but they don't think it's anything to worry about and that it will go away on its own. In reality, whiplash is a genuine medical condition with varying degrees of severity. Most whiplash cases will resolve within weeks or months, but it's not uncommon for there to be long-term effects. It's imperative to see professional care immediately after an accident, even if you don't have immediate symptoms. Sometimes it can take hours, days, or even weeks for whiplash symptoms to present themselves, and untreated whiplash can have serious, long-term effects on your health. That's why you should see a chiropractor as soon as possible after your accident. But, can a whiplash injury go away and come back? We'll take a look at that question in the article below.
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What Does Spinal Manipulation Mean?

on Oct 21, 2020 12:07:51 PM By | Florida Spine and Injury | 2 Comments | spinal manipulation
Is cracking your back the ultimate solution for backaches, neck pain, and headaches? The answer is... maybe. Back cracking can help relieve you of those pains, but not if you do it yourself. The back cracking we're talking about is spinal manipulation. Spinal manipulations are routinely used to treat pain conditions like back pain and neck pain. It's also used to treat other musculoskeletal conditions by applying force to the spinal joints. The idea behind spinal manipulations is that applying force to problem areas in the spine will restore the spine's structural integrity, improve the nervous system, reduce pain, and allow the body to heal itself naturally. Spinal adjustments of some type have been used for over 100 years. Today, spinal manipulation is used in both Western medicine as well as Asian medicines. In The U.S. and throughout North America, it’s usually performed by chiropractors, osteopathic physicians, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. A spinal manipulation typically involves the manual or mechanical applications of thrusts on the lumbar spine and cervical spine. In the article below, we will take a deep dive into spinal manipulation and what it means.
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