Advanced Injury Care Clinic Explains Benefits Of Chiropractic Care After An Accident

June 20, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Nashville, Tennessee-based Advanced Injury Care Clinic recently published an informative blog on their website that discusses the benefits of going to a chiropractor. They also enumerate seven reasons why chiropractic care works for those who have been in a car accident.

“Even if you are not in immediate pain after a car accident, it is in your best interest to visit a chiropractor because the body’s adrenaline usually masks the pain after a traumatic accident. This is the reason why most symptoms do not appear for hours, days, and even weeks after the accident. Going to a chiropractor is very important to make sure that an injury does not get worse before it gets better,” says Derrick Miller from Advanced Injury Care Clinic. He also explains that only a professional chiropractor can provide the necessary spinal adjustments to promote the human body's ability to heal itself quickly.

As stated in the blog post, whiplash is one of the many injuries that could take days—or even even weeks—to be felt. Whiplash is caused by an abrupt backward or forward (or both) jerking motion of the head, often as a result of a car accident. It is characterized by a collection of symptoms that occur following damage to the neck where the intervertebral joints (located between vertebrae), discs, and ligaments, cervical muscles, and nerve roots may become damaged. It is essential to treat whiplash as soon as possible to avoid any complications or any long-term pain and discomfort.

Dr. Miller says that muscles and ligaments that make up the spine can be stretched and torn during an accident. X-rays and MRI scans commonly fail to recognize these injuries, but damaged tissues can become inflamed and irritated. “Depending on the severity of the injury, a chiropractor can make the necessary adjustments to relieve the pressure on your nerves and muscles while realigning the spine, allowing your body to begin the natural healing process,” he says. He adds that a chiropractor can restore mobility and eliminate muscle soreness and stiffness.

By undergoing chiropractic treatments, the mobility of the spine is improved while simultaneously increasing blood flow, allowing the injury to heal faster. He further explains that scar tissues on the ligaments of the neck or back can be debilitating, and only an experienced chiropractor knows how to adjust specific fixated joints, stretching them, and safely breaking up the scar tissue around that joint.

Dr. Miller asserts that one of the major benefits of chiropractic care is the ability to avoid medication. “A chiropractor can devise a personalized pain management program to help you avoid the need to use a high dosage of painkillers that come with a lot of side effects. Spinal manipulation is a clinically proven way to eliminate pain, increase blood flow, strengthen muscles, and help the human body to heal itself naturally,” he says.

Furthermore, one of the biggest side effects of being involved in a car accident is the stress it adds to the victim’s body, mind, and life. Car accidents can be a very traumatic experience—and when the human body is exposed to trauma, it goes into fight or flight mode. This can then lead to anxiety, depression, and stress. For many accident victims, an injury can have physical, mental, and psychological symptoms that last for years if not treated properly as soon as possible. Dr. Miller says, “Quality chiropractic care will start to correct your injuries as soon as they've occurred, helping to avoid long-term issues from the injuries, thus enhancing your quality of life.”

Advanced Injury Care Clinic provides professional chiropractic care near Nashville, TN. They are regarded as one of the top chiropractors in the area, as illustrated by the positive reviews and recommendations they receive from many of their previous patients.

Holly Wilkins, in a Google review, said, “I was very skeptical about going to a clinic after my car accident but I am so happy that I came to Advanced Injury Care. They have made me feel so comfortable and have really helped me to feel better. They go above and beyond to take care of their patients and make them as comfortable as possible. They also educate you on your injuries and how they are going to treat them.”

Another satisfied patient, Kara Turrentine, said, “I highly recommend the team at Advanced Care Injury Clinic. The intake process was simple and my visits are always great. The office is pretty efficient. I’m usually seen within five minutes of arriving. The staff is really nice and has done a great job explaining my treatment plan and all of my options. I’m feeling better thanks to the great care I’m getting there.”

More information can be found on the clinic’s website. Dr. Miller says, “You may call our office hotline or send an email to inquire about our services. You can also check us out on Google!” Alternatively, interested parties may connect with Advanced Care Injury Clinic through their social media pages on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about Advanced Injury Care Clinic, contact the company here:

Advanced Injury Care Clinic
DR. DERRICK MILLER DC
(615) 265-0412
info@advancedinjurycareclinic.com
397 Wallace Rd #410, Nashville, TN 37211

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