Getting auto accident injury treatment right away from Magnolia Wellness and Injury, even if you don’t feel pain, is an important step in preventing your injury from getting worse. Neck and back injuries that are not visible to the naked eye can later cause pain, reduce mobility, or result in disability. Diagnosis and treatment are performed in a comfortable and professional environment at Magnolia Wellness and Injury.
Muscle sprains and strains
Spinal cord compression
Torn tendons or ligaments
Spinal misalignment (subluxation)
Dislocated vertebra (Spondylolisthesis)
Lower back pain
Headache or migraine
Numbness or tingling in the legs or feet
Sciatic nerve pain
Whiplash or neck sprain is a common type of auto accident injury treated by our chiropractor at Magnolia Wellness and Injury. Whiplash affects the cervical or neck spine. It happens when the head forcefully “whips“ forward then backward during the collision. These high-speed motions result in torn tendons or ligaments in the neck and may destabilize the spine. Injuries in other parts of the spine may cause intervertebral discs to bulge or herniate, dislocate bones and joints, or compress nerves in the spinal cord.
Auto accident injury treatment by our chiropractor Dr. Quannesha Trimble focuses on injuries involving the spine and musculoskeletal system. Dr. Trimble provides safe, drug-free treatment that focuses on providing lasting pain relief, improving flexibility, and promoting overall spine and soft tissue health. Treatment may include one or a combination of these:
Spinal adjustment is a chiropractic manipulation technique proven effective in relieving pain due to whiplash. With the use of gentle thrusts, it helps realign the spine, relieve pressure on the nerves, and nudge displaced spinal discs back in place.
Chiropractic spinal decompression therapy is another auto accident injury treatment. It involves the use of motorized traction-distraction force to stretch and lengthen the spine. This creates space between the vertebrae thereby taking pressure off the discs and spinal cord and easing the pain. Massage therapy and corrective exercises are geared at relaxing and strengthening the muscles while stimulating soft tissue healing.