If you’ve been in a car accident and are feeling any indication that you’ve been injured — maybe it just feels like something isn’t “right” overall, or with a specific part of your body — you should call or see a chiropractor and get checked out as soon as possible.
 
Medical Reasons for Getting Treatment After a Car Accident
 
This part is pretty simple. Nothing trumps your health and well-being. Car accidents are serious shocks to the system. Our bodies weren’t meant to sustain the amount of force and impact that most car accidents generate.
 
Even if you were only in a low-speed collision in which neither car was significantly damaged, that doesn’t mean you don’t need to worry about injuries. In side impact collisions, you can hit your head on the door frame or the window, and you may not even realize it happened. A rear-impact collision can cause sudden and violent torsion to your head and neck. Any blow to the head or trauma to the upper spine can be serious, especially when caused by a car accident, when you may not have time to brace yourself for impact.
 
What some people may not realize is that chemicals in the body can mask pain and discomfort for a certain amount of time after a high-stress incident like a car accident. So, pay attention to what your body is telling you in the hours and days after a car accident. It may take a while for injuries to manifest themselves.
 
Bottom line: If you don’t feel right after a car accident, get yourself checked out by a chiropractor.
 
Call Dr. Dean M. Zusmer
Chiropractic Physician
English: 305-389-9040
Español: 305-582-3454
 
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