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Motor Vehicle Accidents (Car Accidents)


A car accident is both a legal and a health care incident in the state of Washington.  Unfortunately this can more often than not be a time of great stress and complication for individuals and families.  People are injured, often not able to work or handle activities of daily living.  At the very least, the entire situation is an incredible inconvenience to your normal busy life, and even more complicated by Insurance companies and motor vehicle insurance law.   


At Washington Chiropractic we understand what you are experiencing.  We will take the time to evaluate and tailor treatment to your individual needs and schedule.  Our staff and treating professionals understand the legal parameters and are trained to assist your recovery.   Chiropractic, massage therapy, therapeutic exercise or rehabilitation and acupuncture work incredibly well in treating soft tissue injuries and the symptoms related to motor vehicle accidents.      


Common symptoms related to motor vehicle accidents:


Whiplash, Blurred Vision, Headaches, Limited Movement, Neck Pain, Low Back Pain, Fatigue,  

Poor Sleep, Dizziness, Shoulder Pain, Arm Pain, Wrist Pain, Depression, Numbness, Chronic Pain,

Muscle Spasms, Stiff and Sore, Tender Muscles, Limited Range of Motion, Brain Injury, Extremity Pain

Mid Back Pain, Trouble doing Normal Daily Tasks


There are many reasons to seek early evaluation for symptoms related to a motor vehicle accident.  First, you may not immediately fully realize the extent of your injury.  Many symptoms go undetected for days, weeks, and or months leaving individuals experiencing minimal or no symptoms for this early time period which could manifest later in life.  Second, failure to obtain a timely evaluation or appropriate treatment for injuries sustained in a car accident may negate your ability to receive monetary compensation for current or future medical bills resulting from the accident.


If someone you know has been involved in an accident call our office immediately.  The quicker you receive the care you need, the quicker your injuries will heal and the faster you can return to your life.


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