Automobile Injury

The Core Chiropractic Center has a unique approach in the treatment of Auto and Sport Injuries.

Each case is individually evaluated and care is specifically tailored to the current trauma.

Dr. Harding will adjust and realign the spine to help your body move more efficiently and comfortably. He will also address the soft tissue and muscle component allowing quicker healing.  Ultimately this approach will reduce the residual problems and prevent chronic pain.

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    Common Auto Accident Injuries:

    • Neck Pain
    • Whiplash
    • Headache
    • Shoulder injuries and pain
    • Back Pain
    • Disc Herniation
    • Rotator Cuff Injury
    • Widespread, Chronic Pain
    • Radicular Pain (Cervical and Lumber Radiculopathy)
    • Joint and Hip Injuries
    • Concussion Diagnosis
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    DO I NEED TO SEEK TREATMENT AFTER AN AUTO INJURY?

    Immediately after an accident, there is an adrenaline rush effect.  This effect interferes with your ability to feel pain or think you might have injury.  Once the shock of the accident wears off you could start feeling pain, soreness or stiffness in any area of the body that has gone through physical and chemical changes.  This can last up to several weeks.  

    Sometimes people assume they’re only experiencing mild aches and pains, so they decide not to seek medical attention. However, recent research suggests that delaying treatment can actually prolong the symptoms of whiplash and related auto injuries. 

    Seeking early treatment is so crucial for preventing chronic pain.

     

    Healing Treatment Could Include:

    • Graston Technique
    • Myofascial Release
    • Massage
    • Kinesio Tape
    • Active and Passive Stretching,
    • Rehab
    • Building Core Strength

    Massage Therapy Treatment Benefits:

    • Deactivate and eliminate trigger points.
    • Heat tissue and promote muscle relaxation.
    • Increase circulation to injured tissue.
    • Reduce adhesions and scar tissue. 
    • Increase joint range of motion.
    • Relieve stress.