Auto Accidents


Many different types of injuries, with varying degrees of severity can be sustained in even the most minor of auto accidents. Some common ones include: whiplash, low back pain, headaches, and extremity injuries. Even a minor injury can result in painful symptoms that  inhibit your daily activities. Through a combination of chiropractic care and physical therapy we can alleviate your initial symptoms and then help restore your body to optimal performance. We will design a program, to suite your needs specifically and will work closely with you to accomplish your goals. Our goal is to help you return to the same condition you were in prior to the accident or better.

Getting Treatment

If you do not have health insurance, do not worry you can still get the treatment that you need. Our office will be able to treat you on what is called a Lien. This is where we will treat you and wait to be paid when the case settles. We take a Lien on the case to treat you. However, in order to do this, you will need to be represented by an attorney that will protect our outstanding medical bills. You can come in to our office and discuss your injuries and any concerns or questions you have on the process. It is very simple and we do all we can to help you during this difficult time. Feel free to contact us with questions at any point.

Coming Prepared

We have extensive experience in helping victims of auto accidents, not only in your treatment but also thorough documentation of your injuries and progress as well. Our experience in dealing with cases like yours makes it that much easier when it comes time for you to settle with the insurance company. It is important for you to come prepared on your first visit, so that we can efficiently treat and document your injuries.

We have our new patient forms online so that you can conveniently print and fill them out prior to your appointment. If you went to a hospital after the accident, bring the notes as well as the results of any x-rays or other exams. We also need a copy of your police report and drivers license. You will need to find out if you have Med Pay on your auto insurance, if you do we will need the claim number from that. We will need to make a copy of your auto insurance card and if you have health insurance bring that as well.