Welcome to Auto Injury Chiropractic Portland!
Have you recently suffered an injury from a car accident? With nearly 2.5 million people injured in car accidents per year in the United States, the odds of you, or someone you know, being involved in a serious accident only increase daily. After a car accident, prompt treatment is key to preventing long standing medical issues and compounding injuries.
Most frequently, those involved in car accidents suffer from :
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Muscle Spasms
If you have recently been in an accident, obtaining early medical intervention from a licensed and board certified Chiropractic physician is crucial for identification and treatment of injuries. Even if you suspect that you may not have been injured in an accident, there are several medical issues that do not become apparent for days, weeks, or even months following an accident. Obtaining a medical exam by a Chiropractor is an essential component to making sure that you haven’t suffered any injuries from an accident, and if you have, developing a comprehensive treatment plan that can work to correct them in a timely manner.
Our Office is Centrally Located
We Provide Total Car Accident Chiropractic Care
With the average human head weighting up to 11 pounds and being entirely supported by the spine, a car accident that imparts thousands of pounds of force can cause violent straining forces on the neck. Even if you don’t have any broken bones, Chiropractic care is necessary to restore bone alignment and restore integrity to your ligaments, joints, and muscles.
Here at Auto Injury Chiropractic PDX, we have years of experience identifying, assessing damage from, and treating the injuries that clients sustain in auto accidents. If you have been in an accident, don’t delay treatment. Call us today to set up an appointment so that the healing process may begin. You don’t have to live in pain anymore, and with Auto Injury Chiropractic PDX, you can begin to feel like your old self.
Signs of Concussion & Whiplash Common occurrences in
- Difficulty Thinking Clearly
- Feeling Slowed Down
- Difficultly Concentrating
- Difficulty Remembering New Information
- Neck & Back Pain
- Fuzzy or Blurry Vision
- Nausea or Vomiting (early on)
- Sensitivity To Noise Or Light
- Balance Problems
- Feeling Tired, Having No EnergyNumbness & Tingling
- More Emotional
- Nervousness or Anxiety
- Sleeping More Than Usual
- Sleeping Less than Usual
- Trouble Falling Asleep
- Trouble Staying Asleep