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Are you suffering from any of the following?
Traumatic injuries such as those resulting from a car accident tend to get worse without intervention. Think of them as a cavity. We all know that you can only ignore a cavity for so long before it leads to a root canal, right? Neck pain is no different.
Even if it was a minor accident, and your injuries don't seem that severe, you need to understand that your injuries can turn into a long term problem for you!
Small injuries tend to turn into bigger ones because of scar tissue, fibrotic changes in the surrounding tissues, postural misalignments, and even damage to the support structures of the spine.
We don't have to tell you how scary the thought of spinal surgery is. Think about the ugly scars, the huge medical bills, and the lost work that comes with surgery. If that's not scary enough what if the surgery doesn't work? (20 - 40% of back surgeries result in failed back surgery.)
We've been treating patients with neck pain for over 20 years and have helped thousands of neck pain sufferers get healthy again.
We combine Physical Therapy, Massage, Chiropractic Care, Orthopedics and Neurology, to ensure our patients get the best neck pain care possible.
We'll take an X-ray of your neck and the doctor will go over his findings with you.
There's no obligation to start treatment and no hidden fees. Click the link below and our office will contact you within 2 hours to setup your free evaluation.
Don't waste time though, make an appointment today because if you are injured and require treatment your auto insurance company is only responsible for a very short time (14 Days!) after the accident.
You don't want to find out your injured only to have your insurance company tell you that you're on your own.