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At Willow Bend Chiropractic, we understand that many of our patients struggle with pain on a frequent basis. Perhaps you've been in an auto accident or suffered a traumatic hit to the back. When this happens, your outward bruises may heal, but the alignment of your spinal cannot improve on your own. Our team is here to help you. We encourage you to call your Plano chiropractor today for an appoint to discuss neck pain, including whiplash, with our team.
The term whiplash is often misunderstood. It is a type of neck strain or sprain that occurs after a forceful incident. One of the best examples of whiplash occurs during an auto accident. The force of an accident like this whips the head back and forth quickly and with a significant amount of force. When this occurs, the muscles, tendons, and other joints become out of line. This causes a lot of pain and swelling. Whiplash causes the intervertebral joints, discs, and all of the muscles, ligaments and even the nerves in this area to become inflamed, damaged, and out of line.
Whiplash can happen after numerous types of accidents. Most commonly, it happens when there is a fast, forceful movement backward and forward of the head. This jerking motion, such as being rear-ended in a car accident, causes the damage. It can happen for any type of traumatic injury to the neck including sports injuries or any instances of trauma.
Common symptoms of whiplash include:
If you have any of these symptoms of whiplash, it's important to act right away to get the help you need.
The sooner you come in to get help from your chiropractor in Plano the better. This increases the chances that we'll be able to provide you with better results that can reduce your pain sooner and restore movement faster.
Your Plano chiropractor will work closely with you to create a customized treatment plan. This plan may include:
Additional treatment is available depending on your needs. Over a period of time, you'll notice reduced pain and more ability to move your neck property. Keep in mind that neck pain does not need to be severe to warrant treatment. Even minimal pain is important to treat through a customized treatment plan.
Call Willow Bend Chiropractic today to discuss any neck pain you have. When you schedule an appointment for auto accident injury treatment in Plano, we'll help you find the pain relief you need. Call us now at 972-608-4411.