Auto Accident Treatment in Bakersfield
Dr. James Garrett
We Help Auto Accident Injuries
A chiropractic adjustment helps increase proper blood circulation to the injured area, encourages range of motion and flexibility and alleviates pain to speed the recovery time that will allow a patient to return to normal activity.
Our car accident chiropractor in Bakersfield, Dr. Sparks, understands whatever you are facing, and he can help you.
What Are the Common Injuries That Our Chiropractor Treats?
Neck Injuries. You may experience various symptoms, including a decreased range of motion, a nearly immobilizing crick, debilitating pain, trouble walking, and even weakness in your arms and legs.
Back and Spinal Injuries. Patients often experience a muscle strain in their lower back after an auto accident, but there are other potential issues at stake. Symptoms of back and spinal injuries include stiffness, soreness, decreased mobility, and inability to function normally.
Whiplash Injuries. Symptoms of whiplash may look similar to those of neck and back injuries, but whiplash takes everything to another painful and distressing level. Monitor yourself for neck pain, dizziness, inflammation, arm pain, numbness or tingling, stiffness, reduced concentration and clear thought, TMJ or jaw pain, depression, spinal and disc issues, and lower back pain and stiffness.
Every day thousands of people are injured from auto accidents, ranging from small fender benders to very severe auto accidents, causing whiplash and dislocation as well as neck, back and shoulder misalignment.
While many difficulties of pain, swelling and loss of function caused by injuries can be eased with rest and medication, there are many that can be helped with natural solutions that restore the alignment of the body back to its natural frame to alleviate the pain and inflammation caused by an injury.
Chiropractic spinal manipulation and adjustment helps return the spine and neck vertebrae back into is proper order to reduce inflammation and pain cause by the effects of an auto accident as well as decrease the recovery time of the patient. Returning the vertebrae, discs and spinal column back to its original alignment reduces the strain put on other muscles, tendons and ligaments that often overcompensate for the injury.