Chiropractic Supports Neck Pain After Car Crashes

Chiropractic Care Helps Neck Pain After Auto Injury

You’re driving along and then BAM you’ve been in a auto accident. Even if the impact didn't seem that bad when it happened, you might find yourself with pain and a stiff neck over the next few days or weeks.

Understanding Why This Occurs? Can Chiropractic Therapy Help?

A auto accident happens very fast, and the forces on your body can be quite dramatic, causing your neck muscles and ligaments to stretch or tear. Whiplash is the most common type of injury sustained in a auto injury, and it can be very agonizing. In fact, whiplash can cause neck discomfort that lasts for months or even years.

There are a few factors that can increase your risk of injury. First, rear-end collisions tend to cause more neck injuries than frontal collisions. Second, there is some evidence that women are more likely to get hurt in a car accident than men. Finally, if your car has poor headrests, they may not have adequately protected your head and neck from the force of the impact.

Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to decrease your neck pain after a car wreck. Heat or ice treatment may also help to settle your sore muscles. Gentle stretching exercises can help keep your muscles from getting too stiff. And, of course, chiropractic adjustments to help restore the healthy functioning of your neck and spine.

If you are experiencing pain caused by a auto collision, even a small one, you may feel neck pain as a result of whiplash. Don't wait to get care. Research shows that chiropractic treatment is best for these kinds of injuries, so call Back Pain Chiropractic in Texarkana right away if you've been in a auto injury.

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    Dr. Venita takes great pride in helping patients of all ages experience hope and healing through excellent chiropractic care. Her compassionate manner, combined with her extensive skill set, continues to draw patients to the clinic. If for some reason, we are not the right fit, we will help lead you to someone that can provide care to your needs.