Auto Injury Chiropractic
If you are suffering from a personal injury, it is essential to have Specific upper cervical chiropractic care to heal your body quickly and effectively. Neglecting to properly care for personal injuries can cause long-term pain, discomfort and limited function. Sometimes, even seemingly minor injuries can have long-lasting effects.
Neglecting to care for personal injuries caused by an accident, fall or any other bodily harm can lead to long-term pain, discomfort and limited mobility function. Specific upper cervical chiropractic care after an injury is essential to healing your body quickly and effectively. Dr. Rak takes the time to understand your individual needs and provide you with the specialized care needed to get you back to your normal daily activity- without pain.
Scientific research has proven that chiropractic corrective care decreases neck pain caused by WHIPLASH INJURIES. Specific chiropractic adjustments restore proper biomechanics to the spine and remove neurological interference.
Here are the results:
Decreased neck pain
Improved range of motion in the cervical spine
Reduced muscle spasm and inflammation
Decreased numbness and tingling of the arms and hands
Decreased numbness and tingling of the legs and feet
Restored postural imbalances and biomechanics
Reduced medical costs
Decreased medication consumption
People of all ages benefit from Specific chiropractic care because it restores optimal function to the nervous system, allowing the body to heal from the inside out, without drugs or surgeries. Who do you know that would benefit from a healthy, functioning nervous system?
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Sterling M , Jull a, Wright A. (2001). Cervical mobilization: Concurrent effects on pain, sympathetic nervous system activity and motor activity. Journal of Osteopathic Medicine. 4(2): 65.