Should You See a Chiropractor After An Auto Accident?

Car and motorcycle accidents are among the most traumatic experiences a person can encounter. Knowing what type of care to receive following an accident can help the injured party recover faster from physical injuries and speed up the claims process. Insurance adjusters look for any wrinkle in a case to indicate the plaintiff is not actually injured.

Not seeking proper medical care is a major red flag

If a major injury such as brain or spine injury is suspected, immediate emergency medical care is the best route to receive needed care and treatment.

For soft tissue damage damage in conjunction with general aches and pains, a medical examination followed by chiropractic care to resolve injuries sustained in the auto accident may be the best option for recovery.

I am not qualified to say whether a given client should seek chiropractic treatment. However, having personally represented 1000’s of injured victims, without a doubt I can say that chiropractic care has changed the lives of many of my clients. One of my former clients, Patti Iniguez, wrote, “Scott immediately referred me to a chiropractor who took care of my injuries. The doctor and entire staff were super kind, super patient and super friendly. Scott took care of everything for me while I got better.”

While chiropractic treatment might not always be the answer, for Patti, it was integral to her recovery process.

Chiropractic care for motorcycle accidents

Johnny Vong, another former client wrote, “I got into my first motorcycle accident and had no idea that I could be compensated for my injuries and for the damages done to my bike. Not to mention he sent me to a great chiropractor, who fixed all my back, neck and leg problems.”

While Patti and Johnny suffered from different types of accidents and very different sets of injuries, consistent and well planned chiropractic care help both people feel well again. At the end of the day, that is the goal of filing the accident claim, to give the victim the means to recover financially, physically and emotionally.