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Treating Symptoms of Whiplash with Chiropractic Care

Written By Wright Chiropractic and Physical Therapy on March 30, 2018

 When you get in a car accident, the first things you typically think about is just how much damage you and your valuables may have been subjected to. Unfortunately, though, the repair work for your car might be the least of your worries if you’ve suffered any whiplash. 

Seatbelts are designed to save your life in a crash, but they can do a number on your spinal cord from whiplash after the wreck. You might not manage to notice this damage right away, but the impacts of whiplash can make themselves known days, even weeks after the wreck, leading to long-term problems if you haven’t sought effective whiplash treatment. 

What is Whiplash?

As the name implies, whiplash is an injury you get when a part of your body is rammed or jerked by a sudden and sharp force that you are whipped forward or backward. Car wrecks are a classic example, but everything from roller coasters to turning your neck too fast can give you whiplash. 

Because your body often goes into shock after a whiplash injury, it’s easy to assume that no lasting damage was done and that you don’t need treatment. However, whiplash injuries often cause structural damage to your ligaments, spinal cord, and soft tissues, and seeking out effective whiplash treatment immediately is the only way to avoid suffering from back pain for months to come. 

The Wright Chiropractic Whiplash Treatment Solution

Seeking professional help from a chiropractor for whiplash treatment is the best way to avoid permanent damage after an injury. Long-term injuries from an auto accident are the last thing you need after a wreck, which is why seeking whiplash treatment at Wright Chiropractic and Physical Therapy in Northport, NY is the best choice for your health. 

We pride ourselves on offering every chiropractic treatment option under one roof, which means that we can treat multiple injuries at once. Our friendly staff can accommodate most walk-ins, and we never turn away an emergency. 

Likewise, our multidisciplinary approach includes chiropractic care, physical therapy, pain management, acupuncture, massage, and orthopedics, ensuring we can do what it takes to give you whiplash treatment that works. 

Ready to learn more or make an appointment? Please call us today at (631) 754- 3775 to begin the conversation.

Posted In: Chiropractic Auto Injury Treatment Whiplash Treatment