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A personal injury is an injury to your body as the result of another's negligent or unintentional actions. It may be the result of an auto accident injury or a work-related injury. The most common type of auto accident injury is whiplash which occurs when the head, neck and supporting tissues are thrust violently back and forth or side to side during the impact of a collision. The cervical portion of the spinal column may move out of alignment or the surrounding muscles and ligaments may be damaged. Some auto accident injury victims think they have not been badly injured after the accident, only to wake up weeks later suffering from the neck pain, headache pain, dizziness and blurred vision of whiplash.
No matter how severe you think your auto accident injury is, it's important to schedule an appointment with our Tulsa chiropractor as soon as possible. We offer same day appointments and can document the extent of your injury and treatment required for any possible legal claims. We offer a no-hassle paperwork process, and can provide Tulsa medical doctor and attorney referrals if needed. Once we diagnose your injuries we'll develop a treatment plan to help manage any pain you are experiencing, rehabilitate your injuries and get you healthy again as soon as possible.
Our chiropractic care can bring your spine back into alignment and provide treatment for damaged tissues in the musculoskeletal structure. If a disc has herniated we may use spinal decompression to move the disc back into place and relieve pressure on the surrounding nerves. Chiropractic care is complemented by our physical therapy services which can help you manage pain and regain range of motion. If you have a neck injury our physical therapy program may include cervical exercises to stabilize the muscles in your neck. For back injuries we have four different regimens aimed at rehabilitating the lumbar region of the spine. We'll also teach you specific exercises you can do at home to regain strength in your arms, shoulders, back, knees and legs.