** Does not accept A.H.C.C.C.S! ** Most insurance plans cover chiropractic care. If you’re paying out of pocket, we will find a payment plan that fits your budget. We want all our patients to receive the best treatment possible. You can often immediately see the damage a car accident does to your vehicle, but the damage it does to your body may not be equally as evident. Untreated damage can quickly lead to more severe issues down the road. Auto accident injury treatments are all we do, which means we have the focus and extensive experience to provide the care you need. Whiplash occurs when your head is suddenly and violently thrust to the front, back or side, which is a typical occurrence in rear-end collisions. Symptoms can include neck pain and headaches resulting from the injured muscles, ligaments, tendons and other connective tissues in the neck area. Our treatment plans for the condition can involve manipulation to realign any misaligned cervical vertebrae, along with physiotherapy to restore full mobility to the area and promote healing. Our treatment plans focus on reducing inflammation, alleviating pain and promoting healing of the injured tissues. Back pain is another common symptom of an auto injury, and it can stem from a number of different causes. The sudden jolt of an auto accident may jostle vertebrae out of place. It can also result in pressure that eventually leads to a herniated or ruptured disc. If the pressure is pressing down on the sciatic nerve that leads to the leg, the injury can cause pain, tingling, numbness and weakness throughout the buttocks and leg areas. Accident-related muscle sprains and strains can also lead to pain in the back and neck as well as headaches. Once we asses any underlying damage, our auto accident injury treatment plan can then include a spinal adjustment to correct any misalignments. Chiropractic care remains an effective part of a car accident injury plan for alleviating back pain, neck pain and stress while it increases circulation and promotes natural healing of damaged tissues. A corrective exercise plan is always another option for getting you back on the road and on your feet following a car accident injury.