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Category: Auto Injury Treatment

What to Do If You Have Whiplash from a Car Accident Injury

Written By East Side Chiropractic on April 27, 2019

While whiplash may feel complicated, the treatments can be surprisingly simple. You may be tempted to turn to painkillers or even invasive surgery to help with whiplash. However, while these are available options, they may not be the best ones. There are... Read More

Risks of Not Receiving Whiplash Treatment

Written By East Side Chiropractic on January 2, 2019

If you’ve been in a car accident recently, you may be experiencing symptoms associated with whiplash. While you may not know what to look out for, the chances of you sustaining a degree of whiplash are high. Whiplash is a common... Read More

The Truth About Auto Injury Treatment

Written By East Side Chiropractic on December 3, 2018

You may have been in a car accident where the injuries you sustained weren’t considered critical. This is a great relief. However, there may be underlying issues that haven’t manifested yet. Your back and neck are delicate and susceptible to sustaining... Read More

7 Signs You Need a Chiropractor for Whiplash Treatment

Written By East Side Chiropractic on July 23, 2018

Motor vehicle accidents, or MVAs, are traumatic experiences for a number of reasons. Depending on the force of the accident, you could feel pain immediately or not until weeks later. One of the most common injuries from an MVA is whiplash,... Read More

Whiplash Treatment: Why Chiropractic Care is the Way Forward

Written By East Side Chiropractic on January 5, 2018

Following a car accident, you may find you’re suffering from one of the most frequently sustained injuries – whiplash.  But are you one of the 43% of people suffering from long-term symptoms due to there being no conventional treatment available?  Thankfully, there’s... Read More

Auto Injury Treatment: Getting Chiropractic Care After a Car Accident

Written By East Side Chiropractic on September 28, 2017

 According to research, chiropractors provide the initial treatment for nearly a third of patients who need treating for spine pain and 40% of people who have lower back pain, following a motor vehicle accident (MVA).  What’s more, studies have indicated that... Read More

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