If you were involved in a car accident and have received other personal injuries that you need to be treated for, contact us here at Advanced Chiropractic Center, Inc. in Golden Valley. The first step prior to making an appointment with us here at our office is to acquire copies of both your medical and auto insurance claims. We will also ask for a history of the accident as well as any symptoms you are experiencing.
Why a Chiropractic Visit is Necessary
Chiropractors can help you get the settlement you need when it comes to your insurance provider. Our chiropractor will provide you with the proper documentation noting your injuries you sustained from the car accident. This documentation will then be handed over to your insurance company. This is what they will take into consideration.
Chiropractic care speeds up the recovery process. Chiropractic treatments focus on the main cause of your pain or dysfunction, instead of just your symptoms.
There are three phases to chiropractic treatment. They are as follows:
This stage focuses on lessening inflammation associated with any present injuries. This stage also focuses on pain reduction. This necessary step reduces a patient's symptoms, but must be done between 2-3 times each week for maximum effect.
During this stage, patients are given chiropractic treatment targeting injured tissues. Patients will need to visit a chiropractor between 4-8 times each month.
This is the final stage and focuses on strength building in tissues that have been damaged. Patients will need care 1-4 times a month at this point.
Call Today to Schedule Your Next Chiropractic Appointment
To schedule an appointment with us here at Advanced Chiropractic Center, Inc. in Golden Valley, give our office a call. We will be more than happy to guide you through everything you need to know regarding the treatment process following a car accident. Keep in mind that your initial visit may take up to an hour. We ask that you give yourself time to ask questions and address any concerns you may have. X-rays will be taken and reviewed during your visit. MRI or CT scans may be requested to better assist our chiropractor in understanding what your needs are.