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Marysville Personal Injury Treatments

Is a personal injury preventing you from living a full life? Do you suffer from constant pain, struggle to sleep at night, and feel exhausted during the day? If this sounds like you, then our Marysville chiropractor Dr. Vo can help! Dr. Vo treats Arlington, Everett and Snohomish County residents who have sustained neck, back or other personal injuries. At Performance Chiropractic, we are dedicated to helping you naturally manage pain and achieve your wellness goals through holistic, natural care.

Chiropractic Care, Physical Therapy and Massage Therapy Maximize Rehabilitation and Relief

As Marysville personal injury care providers, we are on the cutting-edge of personal Marysville chiropractor provides rehabilitation for personal injury patientsinjury care. We treat a variety of conditions, including neck pain, back pain, sciatica, headaches, extremity pain and TMJ. We also help patients who have sustained car accident injuries and workplace injuries. Our whole body approach to personal injury treatment combines spinal adjustments with holistic treatments, including physical therapy, massage therapy, nutrition counseling and stress management. We find that this holistic approach delivers the best results for our patients – treating both the injury and improving overall health.

A herniated disc is one of the most common personal injuries treated by Dr. Vo. This injury occurs when a disc in the spine moves out of proper alignment. Natural wear and tear over time can cause a disc to become misaligned. Improperly lifting an object, poor posture in the workplace, or an accidental slip and fall can also cause a misalignment. Our integrated healing approach helps restore proper alignment.

Marysville chiropractic care for personal injuries offers three key benefits. First, our treatments provide immediate pain relief without the need for medication or surgery. Next, we focus on correcting the underlying problem that is causing your pain. For many patients, a mechanical misalignment has caused a spinal subluxation. By restoring proper alignment to the spine, we relieve pressure on nerves, which provides long-lasting pain relief. Finally, our chiropractor will work with each patient to develop a long-term wellness plan. Through corrective exercises and proactive wellness care, our goal is to empower patients with the knowledge they need to avoid future pain our injury. We want you to get healthy and stay healthy!

Massage therapy and rehabilitation provided for personal injuriesWe customize every treatment plan to a patient’s unique wellness needs. Our treatments start with diagnosis of the underlying injury. We use X-rays and other diagnostic techniques to precisely identifying subluxations in the spine. Once these subluxations are located, we use a variety of different gentle, hands-on chiropractic adjustments to restore proper alignment.

Dr. Vo frequently combines chiropractic care with physical rehabilitation exercises, physical therapy and deep tissue massage. These treatments are designed to stimulate circulation, promote internal healing, and enhance natural pain relief. Deep tissue massage therapy can also help relieve muscle spasms that limit flexibility and trigger pain following an injury. Physical therapy and physical rehabilitation exercises help restore a full range of movement, flexibility and motion to the body.

If you are injured, take the first step towards better health and schedule your appointment today by calling 360-547-4044!

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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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