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Auto Accident Injury

Auto Accident Injury Treatment at APEX Wellness Center

An auto accident can run your whole life off the road -- and the damage done to your car is the least of your problems. The forces encountered in even a low-speed "fender bender" can throw your body out of alignment, causing severe injuries to your neck, back, and other areas. Auto accident injuries require prompt attention before they have a chance to heal improperly, causing you even more pain and loss of function. Here at APEX Wellness Center, we can identify the damage and administer safe, effective, non-surgical, drug-free treatments to get you back on track.

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The Many Ways an Auto Accident Can Hurt You

Any time an object as heavy as a car or truck comes to a sudden stop, even from just 5 miles per hour or less, the force it transfers to its occupants can be significant. the parts of your body secured by your safety restraint will remain where they are, while the unrestrained parts may go flying in all directions. This is what happens in whiplash, a common injury syndrome that occurs in the neck. The rapid backward and forward motion of the head in an impact severely strains the neck muscles, dislocates the cervical vertebrae, and can also cause disc herniations that pinch the cervical nerve tissue.

Even the parts of your body that are retrained may suffer serious damage in an auto accident injury. The unequal restraint of a three-point harness may allow your spine to twist until tissues tear and joints lose their position. In the lower back, sharp impacts can cause lumbar subluxation and disc herniation, leaving you not only with a backache but also with sciatica in the legs or feet.

Getting Help From Our Holistic Healing Team

If your symptoms are delayed (as often is the case) following your car accident, you may go weeks or months before realizing you have a problem -- and during that time, the body has laid down scar tissue that preserves and worsens your condition instead of correcting it. Our holistic healing team at APEX Wellness Center can evaluate your spine, symptoms or no symptoms, for signs of misalignment and other damage. We can then restore your comfort and function through:

  • Chiropractic care to bring your joints back into alignment
  • Massage therapy to speed healing, break up scar tissue, and ease pain/inflammation
  • Neuromuscular re-education techniques to restore and reinforce natural movement patterns
  • Cold laser therapy to relieve pain without drugs and jump-start the regeneration of injured soft tissues

We can combine any of these therapies into a personalized care program that suits your individual body and condition perfectly.

Consult Our Local Dallas Chiropractic Clinic

If your car gets wrecked, you naturally put it in the shop for repairs -- so give your own body the same consideration. Call APEX Wellness Center at 972-392-9402 to schedule an immediate evaluation and get the all-natural musculoskeletal "repairs" you so urgently need!


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