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Chiropractic Treatment for Whiplash

Chiropractic Treatment for Whiplash

One of the most common injuries people sustain in car accidents is whiplash. Back pain after a car accident, particularly in the neck and shoulder area, are common symptoms of this condition. If you think you're suffering from whiplash, it's a good idea to see a chiropractor after a car accident. Although it might not seem like the most serious thing you’re dealing with at first, the pain and complications of whiplash can have an ongoing impact on your life going forward, and that’s why it’s so important to seek prompt chiropractic care for your injury.

chiropractic treatment for whiplash from your chiropractor in savannah

What Is Whiplash?

Whiplash is a term used to describe injuries resulting from the rapid movement of your head backward and forward, which is precisely what happens when you’re involved in certain types of motor vehicle collisions. This kind of auto accident injury often causes symptoms that can range from mild to severe, and that may not be immediately felt. These include:

  • Pain or tingling in neck
  • Reduced range of motion or stiffness in neck
  • Pain in shoulder and upper back
  • Pain or weakness radiating down arm
  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision
  • Neck instability

It can take a day or more for you to begin to feel the symptoms of whiplash, and the sooner you’re evaluated by an experienced chiropractor after a car accident, the better your chances of limiting pain and achieving a full recovery.

Professional Treatment from Your Auto Injury Chiropractor in Savannah

If you’ve been involved in a car accident and are suffering from whiplash or other symptoms, your auto injury chiropractor in Savannah can help. Proper care for this type of injury often includes spinal manipulation, as well as other treatments to address soft tissue injuries and promote healing. Your chiropractor may also show you some exercises and stretches you can do at home to complement the in-office treatment you receive.

Your initial visits after your accident will focus on relieving pain and giving your body the tools it needs to heal. Follow-up care can include routine adjustments to keep your spine properly aligned, and a variety of treatments to help restore full mobility and range of motion to the affected areas. 

Call Crossroads Chiropractic and Wellness Today!

So, if you’re ready to free yourself from pain and start on the road to recovery, call Crossroads Chiropractic and Wellness today at (912) 353-7611.

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