Are you in pain from a recent automobile accident? Let us evaluate your cause of pain and design an individual treatment program for you. We’ll help you get back in action today, call 855.724.6727.
Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?
- Severe headaches
- Shoulder, neck and rib pain
- Back, leg and sciatic pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Knees and/or ankle pain
- Elbow and/or wrist pain
These are the four things you must do after being in a car crash.
Step 1: Get checked by a doctor
Let us evaluate your cause of pain and design an individualized treatment program for you. We’ll work will your insurance company and on your behalf and your Attorney so you can concentrate on getting better.
Step 2: Schedule an appointment
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident you will need to make an appointment for a brief, but thorough examination. Often, individuals involved in motor vehicle accidents experience minimal or no symptoms for the first few weeks and even months. It’s important to not only receive immediate and appropriate treatment for any injuries sustained, but also to document the extent of the injuries, if present.
Failure to obtain a timely evaluation or appropriate treatment for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident may negate your ability to receive monetary compensation for any future medical bills resulting from the accident, negate your ability to receive pain and suffering settlements, and negate compensation for work loss. WE WILL work on your behalf diligently to help you with your Auto Accident case and give you our best referrals to any other needed professionals such as Attorneys, Auto Repair Service Stations, etc.
Step 3: Get the facts
The US Department of Transportation estimates that the typical driver will have a near automobile accident one to two times per month and all will be in a collision of some type on average of every 6 years. Symptoms arising from injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents were once thought to present immediately following the accident. However, research and clinic experience now demonstrate that a delay of symptom onset seems to be the norm. Also, delay of symptom onset does not eliminate the possibility of severe injury.
- 63% of injuries are paid by the injured individual’s own automobile insurance company
- 55% of injuries are paid by the auto insurance company of another vehicle
- 36% of injuries are paid by health insurance
- 20% of injuries are paid by government programs
- 19% of injuries are paid workers’ compensation insurance
- Almost 60% of those injured reported to have used 2 or more sources of payment.
Step 4: Follow through with treatment
Our individualized treatment plans vary, but can include:
- Corrective Care Chiropractic
- Scoliosis Correction
- Physical Therapy
- Massage Therapy
- Fitness Therapy
- Toxicity Testing
- Hormone Balance Analysis
- Weight Loss Services
- Detox Systems
- Sports Physical Medicine
- Spinal Degenerative Disease
- Spinal Tractioning
- Spinal Decompression
- X-Ray Imaging