If you've been in an automobile accident that has left you broken, in constant pain, or with residual body soreness that's hindering your quality of life, what can you do to achieve even an ounce of reprieve?
At Milton Chiropractic & Rehabilitation, Inc., David Smith, DC, has got the skills and the experience necessary to turn your bad back back to how it used to be! Because as frightening and as painful as auto accidents can be, the long-term answers to full relief are simply a chiropractic adjustment away.
Here at Milton Chiropractic in Quincy, MA, you'll discover why chiropractic care can bring numerous benefits to numerous accident-related ache and pain conditions, including:
In 2012, approximately 9,7540,000 traffic accidents were reported. Anyone who has ever been in a car accident knows how stressful and scary it can be. Besides the emotional problems that car accidents can stir up, some people also experience physical ailments, as well.
Back injuries are a common occurrence that occurs after a car crash. The force or impact from the collision alone can cause sprains, fractures, and spinal injuries, and you don’t have to have been involved in a major car accident to experience serious symptoms. Some back injuries symptoms may not even surface right away. If you’ve had an auto accident in Attleboro, Dorchester, West Roxbury, Brockton, Taunton, Weymouth, Somerset or Quincy and you’re experiencing chronic back pain, here are some ways we may recommend treating your condition.
First thing is first, we will want to be able to access any spinal damage you may have as a result of your car accident. This will help us to create the optimal treatment plan to get you on the road to recovery. These screenings alone can offer vital information about your back health. Contact us anytime to set up your spinal screening, and let us know if an auto accident is to blame for your chronic pain.
Chiropractic care can be an effective way to treat car accident-related back injuries. Making these necessary therapeutic adjustments will help alleviate any pressure that your muscles or nerves are experiencing, thereby correcting alignment and promoting better spine health.
We offer everything from moist heat therapy to cryotherapy for treating neck and back conditions. Cryotherapy is used to reduce pain and muscle spasms while also decreasing inflammation. We also offer mechanical traction and interferential electrical muscle stimulation among several other supportive care treatments that will promote faster, safer healing.
Many auto accidents can cause bulged or herniated discs, resulting in chronic back pain. Through the use of a custom-made physical therapy program, patients can regain strength, flexibility and increased range of motion. Corrective exercises in conjunction with physical therapy are an effective way to alleviate chronic back pain.
From spinal decompression to cold therapy, we offer a full range of corrective and chiropractic services to treat your accident-induced back injuries. Don’t let a sore and aching back keep you from daily activities. Call us today to set up your next appointment.
Sports Injuries and Chiropractic Care
Sports injuries can occur during the participation of any athletic activity. In order to remain active, it is important to stop them before they start. To help you further protect yourself from injury we have provided a few helpful chiropractic prevention tips for our Quincy area patients. Let’s take a look.
What types of injuries do sports cause?
According to the American Chiropractic Association, “the more commonly injured areas of the body are the ankles, knees, shoulders, elbows, and spine.” The resulting sports injuries are stress fractures, strains and sprains, and tendinosis.
Stress fractures are minuscule breaks in the bone that are the result of too much pressure applied to the area or repetitive application of pressure to the same area. Patients are likely to see these injuries in the bones of the lower leg and the foot, as these are weight-bearing areas.
Strains occur when a muscle or tendon has been stretched too far, sometimes to the point of tearing. They are frequently seen in the lower back, as well as in the hamstring. Through chiropractic care, you can find relief from your back pain and strains.
Tendinosis, also known as chronic tendinitis, can be present in many areas of the body. This inflammation or irritation of the tendon is commonly called tennis elbow, swimmer’s shoulder or jumper’s knee, among other names.
How can I prevent these injuries?
The simplest answer is to know your body’s limits and to consult your Quincy chiropractor before beginning any new exercise regimen. If you’re just starting to add physical activity to your daily routine, it’s best to start slow and work up to more intense workouts as your body adjusts. Many sports injuries very often occur when you do too much, too fast, as your body is not yet ready for this type or level of activity.
Changing up your routine is another good way to prevent sports injury. By working the body in different ways, you are avoiding overuse of certain muscles as well as the repetitive actions that frequently cause stress fractures and tendinosis.
Additionally, using the proper equipment and making sure it is in good condition is key to avoiding sports injuries. For example, runners should replace their shoes as soon as they start to feel them breaking down. Cyclists must be certain that their tires are properly inflated and that all gears are working properly. It’s easy to prevent unnecessary injury by keeping your equipment in as good of shape as you are.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommend monitoring the temperature. High heat and humidity can cause illness and injury during physical activity, especially to children.
If you believe you have a sports injury, consult your Quincy chiropractor today. The specialists at Milton Chiropractic and Rehabilitation, Inc. are eager to help you treat and prevent these problems.
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