I DON’T WANT TO MILK THE SYSTEM AFTER SOMEONE REAR-ENDED ME… A not uncommon response after getting into an accident that is not your fault is to think that getting care is just “milking” the system. Because of this, some people will actually forgo care for their injuries, be they major or minor. Never a good idea. It may require only a simple visit or two or a more lengthy course of care, but leaving an injury go without treatment is never a good idea. It is becoming clearer through current research that the time to begin treatment of an injury is NOW. This especially applies to soft tissue techniques liek Graston. Anything past immediate may be less than ideal (I’m not saying I’d come out to the crash site if you called our office, but…). This goes for car accidents or any other type of injury. Sooner is better. Of particular note in this study is that, whether participants in this study had neck pain or not, they suffered a loss of quality of life!! This is serious and yet another reason to seek the care of a chiropractor sooner rather than later. I think I know a good one… Read More…
Chronic Neck Pain and Car Crashes
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