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Auto Accident Injuries & Whiplash

Auto Accident Injury & Whiplash Treatment With Your Chino Chiropractor

If you’re in pain after an accident, you don't have to suffer when you have a trusted source for Chino auto accident injury treatment right here at Baeks Chiropractic Health Center. Auto accidents can leave a trail of damage in their wake -- not just the in the form of crumpled fenders and shattered windshields, but also in the bodies of the vehicle's occupants. If you have experienced an auto accident injury, you may be suffering from an assortment of painful problems, from whiplash and leg pain to a car seat belt injury.

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Back Pain, Whiplash & Other Auto Accident Injury Symptoms

An auto accident injury can occur under much milder circumstances than you might think. Even a low-speed "fender bender" can impart a lot of force to the body due to the sheer mass of a heavy vehicle being brought to a sudden halt. Even if you're securely strapped in to your three-point set belt, one side of your torso may be forced forward while the other stays put, twisting your spinal column and trunk muscles violently enough to cause what's referred to as a car seat belt injury. A little further down, your lumbar spine may also receive enough of a jolt for those vertebrae to fall out of alignment. If this permits a disc to herniate and pinch the sciatic nerve roots, you may experience sciatica symptoms such as back pain, leg pain and foot numbness.

Whiplash is one of the most dreaded types of auto accident injury. Even at low speeds, the impact may send the head flying back and forth at several times the force of gravity. The resulting hyperextension and hyperflexion of the neck can tear muscles, stretch ligaments and cause cervical vertebral joints to dislocate. A herniated disc in this region can also pinch nearby nerve roots. The end results typically include neck pain, dizziness, headaches, jaw pain, tinnitus, blurred vision, depression and "brain fog."

Car Seat Belt Injury & Whiplash Treatment in Chino

One of the first things you should do after an auto accident is get yourself evaluated at Baeks Chiropractic Health Center -- especially since adrenaline can mask symptoms at first, making you think you're all right when you're really not. Our chiropractor in Chino, Dr. Alex Baek, can analyze your condition and then administer safe, non-invasive care seat belt injury, sciatica or whiplash treatment in Chino. Cervical spinal adjustments, massage, acupuncture and laser therapy can all relieve neck pain, back pain and neurological symptoms. Physical therapy can also help you rehabilitate your injured tissues and regain your range of motion.

Get the Help You Need in Chino, Chino Hills and The Surrounding Areas

If you're in Chino, Chino Hills, Phillips Ranch, Ontario, Diamond Bar, Pomona or surrounding areas and you need auto injury evaluation and treatment, call Baeks Chiropractic Health Center today at 909.548.6868. Our chiropractor in Chino can put you on the road to recovery!

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