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Whiplash generally occurs when you are involved in a car accident; most often this car accident injury occurs when sitting stationary in your car. What takes a split second to happen can cause neck pain and other complications for an extended period of time. More often than not, you may not even notice the initial pain or injury due to a minimal damage car accident or adrenaline, but do not be fooled by the limited amount of damage to your vehicle and get yourself checked out immediately.
This is what our Dr. Eugene Kearney can help with, specific chiropractic spinal adjustments can help restore proper motion and position individual spinal bones to ensure optimal healing. Chiropractic doctors, including our own Seattle’s Dr. Kearney can help you get well and manage pain, and even better yet, stay well due to a whiplash injury causing neck pain, headaches and more.
Neck pain, whether due to an injury, bad posture or any number of causations, it can be not only troublesome but cause health issues for years to come. Visiting our chiropractor at his Seattle office can help you not only decipher why the pain is happening, but through adjustments and different methods of treatment your pain can be relieved. Often the cause of the pain may not be directly related to your neck, but simply a symptom to problems with your feet, knees, hips and lower back. Many times the discomfort may be due simply to injury or posture, but there is also the possibility of more degenerative changes due to years of neglecting or ignoring your neck pain. It is possible that simply adjustments will be all that is necessary, but it is important to note that chiropractic care at our Seattle office is very thorough and, while immediate relief may be found, you may still need multiple treatments to fully recover. This is of course on a case by case basis.