Being involved in either a minor or major car accident can lead to long-term and short term effects, if any injuries are sustained. The pain may result from muscle spasms, a slipped vertebra or other causes. Whatever the cause may be, the pain can be excruciating, and may get worse over time, eventually preventing a person from performing daily activities. If left untreated, it can lead to other serious health problems.

Chiropractic care provides a drug free treatment for pain associated with car accidents. Chiropractors can treat neck and back injuries, whiplash injuries and alleviate soft tissue pain and other injuries.

Chiropractic Treatment Procedures

First, a chiropractor will perform x-rays to determine the root cause of pain and the extent of the injuries.

Chiropractic treatment consists of the following:

Chiropractic adjustments on a patient’s back and neck:

The chiropractor performs adjustments to align the back and neck. The goal of a chiropractic adjustment is to correct structural alignment, eliminate pain and improve the body’s physical function.

Massage the soft tissues:

It helps to reduce tension in the muscles, reduce swelling and inflammation, improve circulation, and encourage quick recovery.


A chiropractor develops an exercise program to strengthen the patient’s back and muscles.

Nutrition advice:

A chiropractor provides nutritional advice to accelerate the healing process.

Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Car Accident Injuries

  • Helps to align the spine and cervical spine (neck)
  • Relieves pain and aids quick recovery
  • Deals with the root cause of the pain
  • No surgery, medication or side effects
  • Safe treatment for everyone, including children
  • Promotes optimaloverall health

Contact Integrated Medical Care (IMC)

If you have chronic pain resulting from car accident injuries, it’s important to consult a chiropractor right away. Chiropractors at Integrated Medical Care (IMC) can relieve the pain and quicken your recovery. Call us at 845-535-9884 or email us at

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