What Is Car Accident and Whiplash Recovery?
Whiplash is a neck injury that can occur due to a car accident or other traumatic events. Whiplash symptoms may not appear immediately after the accident but can develop over the following days or weeks. Common symptoms of whiplash include referred shoulder girdle or upper extremity pain ,dizziness, nausea, headache, confusion, concentration and/or memory difficulties, and hypersensitivity to sound, smell, and/or light.
If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to seek medical attention even if you do not feel any immediate pain or discomfort. If you have been involved in an accident, our team of chiropractors and therapists will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine whether you require rehabilitation to recover from whiplash and car accident injuries.
Benefits of Car Accident and Whiplash Recovery
Is your whiplash causing headaches and neck pain? Are you experiencing constant whiplash migraines? Our team is trained to assist you with all aspects of a car accident and whiplash recovery. Whether you struggle with dizziness, shoulder pain, migraines, or other symptoms, we will create the best plans to reduce pain and improve function. We can minimize discomfort related to headaches and neck pain from whiplash with comprehensive recovery plans created by our experienced therapists. We will also develop personalized recovery exercises you can practice at home so that you can gain back mobility and prevent further injury.
How Does It Work?
At USA Sports, our team of certified providers will assess your individual symptoms to determine the severity of your injury and the best possible treatments. We will then create a comprehensive and customized plan to help you recover as quickly and effectively as possible. Our plans may include manual therapy, trigger point dry needling/acupuncture, joint mobilization/manipulation, and therapeutic exercises, among other forms of therapy. Additionally, we will help create an at-home care plan that includes exercises you can practice on your own to help facilitate the healing process.