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Marysville Auto Accident Injury Treatments

Marysville auto accident injury care provided by chiropractorA Marysville auto accident injury can have a serious impact on your life. Chronic back and neck pain can keep you from being active, and whiplash injuries can hurt your work productivity. In fact, according to AAA (American Automobile Association), auto accidents cost each American $1,000 each year - often due to ongoing injuries, chronic pain and lost work productivity. If you are an accident victim struggling with chronic pain, there is hope. Our chiropractor Dr. Vo has helped hundreds of patients recover following an auto injury. Dr. Vo can help you, too!

Whiplash Treatment From An Auto Accident Injury

Many of our patients struggle with neck pain and migraines due to a whiplash injury. If you have been in any type of accident and feel neck tenderness, swelling or spasms, you may be experiencing whiplash. A fender bender at speeds as slow as 5mph can knock the neck forward, abruptly moving it beyond its normal range of motion. When this occursf, patients may sustain damage to both the cervical spine as well as the sot tissue in the neck. When the cervical spine is out of alignment, accident victims may struggle to concentrate on a simple task. Turning the head from side to side or looking up and down can also be incredibly painful. Many people think whiplash can only be associated with car accidents but it may occur from sports injuries, chronic straining of the neck, or abouse. Neck injuries shouldn't be taken lightly and Dr. Vo's chiropractic experience can help you on the road to being pain free.

Marysville car accident injury patients choose our practice because of Dr. Vo's whole body approach to healing. The first step to recover is identifying the underlying cause for pain. For example, whiplash victim may have a misaligned disc in their cervical spine that is compressing nearby nerves. This interferes with the brain's ability to properly send and receive messages through the central nervous system. Traditional medical care focuses on the symptoms of pain. Marysville chiropractor provides neck pain relief from whiplashHowever, medication alone cannot correct a mechanical misalignment.

Gentle, hands on adjustments can help restore the spine to its proper alignment, which relieves pressure on the nerves. This is why Dr. Vo's whole body approach to treatment is so effective. Our treatments not only provide immediate back and neck pain relief, but they also correct the underlying problem so patients can live an active, pain-free life.

In addition to Marysville chiropractic care, Dr. Vo frequently recommends massage treatments as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program. The physical act of massaging sore or stiff muscles promotes internal healing. Fresh, oxygenated blood delivers critical nutrients to injured soft tissue and flushes out lactic acid. This helps injured soft tissues properly heal and prevents the build-up of scar tissue. Massage also helps to release tension trapped deep within the muscle fascia, helping the body regain a full range of motion.

We also recommend physical therapy rehabilitation treatments. Regular PT sessions help the body regain movement while strengthening the body against future injury. Why deal with whiplash when you have a experienced chiropractor in Marysville. A customized program of exercise and stretching is an essential part of the recovery process.

A car accident injury can profoundly compromise the quality of your life. Don't let it: get active again with chiropractic care. The earlier you seek treatment, the more we can do to prevent chronic pain.

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  • "Way more than just a chiropractic office, my wife and I have come here for a couple years, for various injuries and a car accident and have been extremely happy with the quality of care and the recovery process."
    Duane Fisher / Marysville, WA

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